|HAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW:
Lucky you! Oily hair tends to be very
strong and healthy, and is easily styled. However, it loses
quickly and becomes stringy and limp, and is prone to dandruff.
sure to brush regularly and to massage your scalp to promote circulation. These
actions do not increase oil production and they will maintain your
2. Use a cleansing-only shampoo. Ones with citric juice or
malic acid will be especially
effective in removing excess grease.
Breck Shampoo is a good, plain shampoo. Others:
Nexxusís Aloe Rid,
Redmondís Australian Hair Citrifier.
3. Donít use a daily or a baby
shampoo. They will probably be too gentle to provide much
Avoid conditioning shampoos because they contain oils and waxes that will only
add weight to your hair.
4. If you have dandruff, use a shampoo
with sulfur. Over-the-counter products like Selsun
and Sebulex are
good. Your doctor can give you a prescription for a very strong sulfur
5. If you use a conditioner, you donít need one with aloe,
balsam, protein, jojoba oil, or
waxes. Look for ones with hydrolyzed
proteins or silicones. If you have processed hair, apply
conditioner only at the ends of your hair where itís drier.
6. The best
after-shampoo treatment is to add the juice of 1 lemon in a cup of warm water
and pour it all over your hair. Rinse out with cool water. Lemon juice
is an astringent that will
close the pores in your hair, blocking the
release of oil, and will make your hair shiny.
7. The best styling
product is mousse because it does not contain oils and will add
8. Always blow-dry away from your scalp. Letting your hair dry
naturally as it rests on your
scalp allows it to pick up
9. Donít use hair spray. Itíll only collect dust and moisture from
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