By Whoops - 22/01/2013 19:18 - United Kingdom
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It's really not that simple. Some people have naturally greasy hair, and shampooing too much actually aggravates the problem: a lot of shampoos strip the hair of its natural oils, and the body overcompensates by producing even more oils. You can buy some shampoos to help with the condition, but many just claim to do so on the label (like head and shoulders does for dandruff, when it actually does sod all to help with dandruff or greasy hair.)
Have no fear my fellow dandruff sufferers! There is a product to solve your flaking scalp and it comes in the form of suave anti-dandruff coconut shampoo and conditioner. And for best results, occasionally use regular shampoo and conditioner. After two weeks of using this product, your dandruff will be under control. Never again be afraid to wear dark blouses with suave anti-dandruff coconut shampoo and conditioner! Your clothes and hair will be rid of that nasty white flakes with suave anti-dandruff coconut shampoo and conditioner. It really works!
39 - #34 is saying that a large proportion of axe users are kids, and therefore more likely to be negatively perceived as opposed to milder ones used by the target audience of more 'mature' guys like Dove and Sure. Not all kids use axe, and not all axe users are kids- just that proportionally there is a tendency.
So let her wash it! It's the beat feeling ever to have someone else wash your hair. Enjoy!
I can go to cost cutters and get a drg cut for $12.00. I think the most I've spent on a haircut was $35.00. I remember when the stylist told me that it costed $19.00 just to.straighten it! That's ridiculous! I just need a trim every 6 months since I'm just letting it grow so I save money and let my mom or friend (who is a stylist) do it for free
They're the really cheap looking places with the really fun seeming people They look cheap because they cut costs, and the people are awesome because they're good hairdressers (if you've ever tried to cut a wig into a new style, or looked closely at a /really/ good haircut, you know hairdressing truly is an art [also, side tip, give your hairdresser a general idea of what you want, but don't tell them exactly what it should look like. Allow them some artistic creativity, they are artists after all - would you tell a painter how to paint? - if they're a skilled hairdresser you'll end up with an incredibly awesome haircut]) Creative towns have more concentrated skilled hairdressers, but it is more common in the less puffed up places
I hope you weren't too lazy to wash your own hair that you'd rather have your hair stylist do it.
Don't they always wash it before anyway?? She could have kept that to herself or atleast told you about products to help minimize the problem.
I've also been told not to wash my hair prior to getting it done. I get highlights and for some reason, the dirtier it is, the quicker the highlights take to my hair. My stylist wants my hair as dirty as I can possibly stand it! Once she washes it, it feels amazing! It's like washing weeks worth of grub off my scalp! (:
Enslaved- Your stylist wants your hair dirty because the natural oil helps to protect the hair cuticle from the added damage of the highlighting cream or bleach. Natural oil is harder to break through than artificial moisture. It won't lift color levels faster but it sure will keep your hair from being completely fried.
138, I agree and you absolutely know what you're speaking about.(: However, I've timed it and for some reason-- if my hair is clean vs oily, I sit under the hair dryer, wrapped in tinfoil, for usually 15 to 20 minutes longer. My stylist will continue checking it and tell me, I need more time 'cause my hair is being stubborn! Lol I thought that if my hair was clean, the dye would penetrate it faster. It's the opposite. My periods effect the timing of the dye process too. Something about my hormone levels. Still experimenting. :P
Still, most hairdressers will allow for some greasiness because they understand that not everybody has dry, easy to cut hair.They don't need your hair to be pristine, just clean. So if the hairdresser insisted on washing OP's hair first, then their hair probably just wasn't clean.