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How to Use Eva NYC’s Mane Magic 10-in-1 Hair Primer

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Welcome to Hair Primer 101! We are sharing all the secrets of what it is, why and how you should use it and the best one for your hair type. From its detangling properties to its frizz reduction, a multitasking hair primer will be your new styling best friend! 

What is a hair primer? 

Hair primers are for prepping your hair before styling, similar to prepping your face with make-up primer before applying makeup. They’re typically a lightweight multi-tasking spray that simplifies your styling routine by detangling hair, providing heat protection and reducing drying time.  

What's the difference between a hair primer and leave-in conditioner?  

Hair primers are best suited for your post hair cleanse + conditioning ritual as part of your styling routine. It provides heat protection and keeps hair styles looking + feeling fresh. 

Leave-in conditioners are best suited for use on wet or dry hair to provide moisture to damaged strands and should be used as part of your cleansing + conditioning routine. 

How do you use a hair primer?  

After shampooing and conditioning your hair, use the hair primer to lightly mist the mid-lengths to ends of your hair prior to detangling or heat styling.  

Hair primers can be used alone or along with other styling products. You can even apply hair primer to dry hair for a glossy finish.  

Who can use a hair primer?  

Hair primers are a versatile styling product that can be used on all hair types. Whether you have fine hair, coarse hair, or even curly hair, a hair primer can be used to smoothen out and soften hair, without weighing it down.  

Best hair primer for your hair type

Which Eva NYC Mane Magic 10-in-1 Primer should I use?  

Simplify your styling routine with one miracle potion. Our hair primers have 10 benefits in one magical bottle. 

Our magical potion is the best hair primer to strengthen and reduce frizz. Our hair primer is best used as a heat protectant for direct heat from heat styling tools as well as sunlight and harmful UV rays. It seems crazy to think of not protecting your skin in the sun, so why don’t we protect our hair? Simply spray on hair before you step out into the sun. 

Not sure which Primer is right for you? We’re here to help you find the hair primer best suited for your hair type for infinite good hair days! 

For fine hair use...   

Our Mane Magic 1-in-1 Primer for Fine Hair is perfect if you have fine hair types and need a formula that is lightweight, non-greasy and won’t weigh your fine hair down. It has 10 magical benefits that will give your hair the vitamins and nutrients it needs and reduce frizz and static for 24 hours! 

Model holding Eva NYC Mane Magic 10-in-1 Primer for Fine Hair
  1. Strengthens
  2. Heat Protection  
  3. 24 Hour Static + Frizz Protection  
  4. Non-Greasy  
  5. Reduces Breakage  
  6. Moisturizes  
  7. Softens  
  8. Cuts Drying Time  
  9. Detangles  
  10. UV Protection  

While many styling products leave hair feeling heavy and greasy, Magic 10-in-1 Primer for Fine Hair addresses all your fine hair needs, making hair stronger and feeling lightweight! 

For medium to coarse hair use... 

The holy grail hair primer! Our Mane Magic 10-in-1 Primer is best for medium to coarse hair. Simplify your hair routine with 1 miracle potion. Made to deliver 10 benefits in 1 magical bottle: 

Model holding Mane Magic 10-in-1 Primer
  1. Strengthens
  2. Heat Protects  
  3. Reduces Frizz  
  4. Detangles  
  5. Softens  
  6. Cuts Drying Time  
  7. Increases Shine  
  8. Nourishes  
  9. Smooths  
  10. UV Protects  

Mane Magic 10-in-1 Primer will leave you with that touch of magic, reducing breakage and frizz for effortless, healthy-looking hair! 

No matter your hair type, we have a Primer for every hair need to give you a good hair day, every day. 

How to use Mane Magic 10-in-1 Primer?

Use on damp or dry hair. Shake bottle and lightly mist from mid-lengths to ends of hair prior to detangling, heat styling, or air drying.   

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