I know that we women shouldn’t wash our hair as often as we can, but sometimes, it looks so greasy that we get uncomfortable to walk around with our hair in such a condition. Today, I want to share a few things I do when my hair looks greasy, especially during summer time, when I tend to sweat and my hair looks greasy on the second day itself.
I only know about 3 remedies that can get rid of the oiliness or at least make the greasiness appear less. My favorite way to reduce grease is with baby powder. Yes, you did read right. Baby powder works amazingly. It absorbs the oil on the roots of your hair and even creates some volume. I myself have really dark hair (recently dyed my hair dark brown). The only problem I found is that it gets down on my clothes sometimes when I sprinkle it on top of my hair, but you can just wipe it off easily.
Baby powder is white but once you work it into the roots of your hair, the baby powder disappears. Another way is to use dry shampoo. It usually comes in a spray can/bottle. You take the dry shampoo, take some hair strands and hold it up with one hand and with the other hand, you spray the dry shampoo in your hair focusing at the scalp area. Dry shampoo scores over baby powder with the good smell. Though baby powder doesn’t smell bad, dry shampoos have a really good smell to them. Some dry shampoos leave a white color on your hair but I know that the Dove Dry Shampoo doesn’t do that.
The other method is to spray water on your hair and blow dry it. This method works but I don’t prefer doing it that much because it dries out my hair.
Once again here is the list of how I fix my greasy hair:
- Baby Powder: You just sprinkle it over the roots of your hair and mix the powder with your hair into your scalp. You may need to shake your hair a little bit, so the baby powder disappears all the way.
- Dry Shampoo: My favorite one is the Dove Dry Shampoo. You pull up a few strands of your hair and spray the dry shampoo in between your hair focusing on the places where its greasy. To finish off everything, I usually shake the roots of my hair a little bit.
- Blow Drying: This is another way to get rid of the greasiness temporarily, but I don’t prefer this way. You spray water on top of the roots of your hair and take a brush (optional) and blow dry it.
Basically, this will dry out the oiliness, but also dries out your hair after a while.
I hope this helped some of you and I wish you a wonderful day, xoxo.
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