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If you’re trying to cut the oil slick, consider your shower
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BY KATELYN LESTER ON 7/28/2011 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN puberty, hair problems, oily hair
by Mikah D. on 8/1/2011 1:14:37 AM
Ug, greasy hair is sooooo annoying! I can't even skip a shower one day without a big, greasy mess.
by jmac13ny on 7/31/2011 7:15:29 PM
by jo_crox on 7/29/2011 10:44:34 PM
That's the same thing that happened to me! Also, if you have short hair it might not be as bad to wash every night because it's easier for the natural oils that your hair needs, to reach the ends. As for long hair, I would suggest a wide stretchy headband. I have short hair and when I first noticed it was greasy I started washing it every night. but now I've cut back to every other night. And I'll either stick it in a wide headband or put it in a high ponytail. Also, I'm sure dry shampoo really helps too. I have a friend that uses it and when I recently went to Sephora and asked the woman about shampoo for greasy hair she showed me a type of dry shampoo. But I would just suggest Tresseme if you want to try it out. And I'm not sure if I spelled Tresseme right! Haha but you know what I mean I hope this helps!
by mcm on 7/29/2011 2:44:30 PM
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