I think it can be used either way but I use prime first, then the leave in conditioner and then the full thickening cream. My reasoning being that the idea of prime is too extend the life of your style so i figure in order to give the other products just as lasting of an affect, i should 'prime' my hair for them first *excuse the terrible pun i couldn't help myself* , same as you would your makeup with a primer.
Hope this helps :)
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
I use this as a literal primer, almost in the place of a leave in detangler or conditioner. So first thing, I comb my hair; apply primer; then I apply the No Frizz styling cream, comb through; then, I lastly apply the No Frizz styling spray, comb through. Then blowdry, and before I flat iron, I apply a small (teencie) amount of the smoothing serum to the top layer from mid shaft to ends.
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
(New Orleans, Louisiana)
Yes, that's what I did. However I stopped using the Full because it seemed to make my hair frizzier. Now just use Kenra Root Lift and/or Volumnizing Mousse.
answered 9 months ago
yes, this is the primer so you always put this on first
I would use it after everything since you want the extender to hold the style, and that is what the curlers/etc will touch on the outside of your hair first.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
The primer goes on first, before any other styling product, though it can go after leave-in conditioner or detangler. Two living proof products combined on your hair might be more coating than you really want, expeciallly if you hair is fine. You'll need a good clarifying shampoo to keep coating/dullness from building up.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago