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up to every other day. Washing your hair to frequently can encourage the
sebaceous glands on your scalp to produce even more oil. Another factor? Your conditioner. Ditch
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BY KATELYN LESTER ON 7/28/2011 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN puberty, hair problems, oily hair
by talia14 on 8/5/2011 8:02:31 PM
I used to have this and it sucks !
Here are some ways you can help solve these issues:
1. Be sure you are talking showers on a regular basis, make sure you get all the shampoo out to.
2. don't use lots and lots of hair spray and such. A little goes a long way. Product build up can be some of your problem.
3. Try different methods of getting rid of it like using a certain shampoo for oily hair. There is a shampoo that is called " dry shampoo ' which might work for you . I personally didn't like it but it's what workd for you. Baby powder and flour are also odd remedies that may rid you of thsi icky stitch!
Thanks and I hope I helped!
by esm257 on 8/4/2011 8:14:29 PM
I straighten my hair all the time, to the point that it's completely straight. But, my natural hair is really wavy, so the straightness never lasts through an entire day. Is there any way I can keep it straight all day?
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