29 May, 2016 • Posted in Beauty, How-to

    Who doesn’t hate greasy hair? This is my ultimate pet peeve. It tends to happen just days after a hair wash, so I have found some tips that help to stop greasy hair and keeping those oils at bay.

    Thoroughly rinse your conditioner & shampoo
    I know this is an obvious one but any residue from your shampoo or conditioner can often leave your hair feeling oily and heavy. Ensure to rinse your hair for at least 30 seconds between every shampoo and condition. Your hair will be left lighter and bouncier.
    Use cold water as a last rinse
    By using cold water it will not only close your hair follicles but leave your hair looking a lot more shiny and silkier.

    Use dry shampoo
    I absolutely love using this. Its always been my life saver and helps boost those greasy roots too! A quick spray and your good to go. My favourite one to use is by Colab – they also come in travel size which is handy to pop into your handbag.

    Baby Powder
    Some dry shampoos can be pricey and be an extra expense to keep replacing. So if you’re on a budget why not try baby powder.. Apply a small amount into your hand and massage into your hair, Don’t be alarmed by your hair turning white, the more your rub in this will go and remove those oils too.

    Don’t put your hand in
    This is something I do often. During the day, I am always fidgeting with my hair – its a bad habit of mine, but by touching your hair frequently, you are adding unnecessary extra oils and this tends to make your hair greasy quicker.

    What tricks do you do to maintain your hair?
    Till my next post

    Till my next post..

    Yasmin x

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    • Erin says:

      I had really greasy hair in school and the thing that helped me fix it was not washing my hair as often (I used to wash it every day). It was hard at first because I was embarrassed about people seeing my greasy hair but in the end it was worth it.

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