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Deepika Garg asks:
I am regular reader of your blog (more than regular I guess. I read you guys all the time – office, home, when outside then on my phone) and love all the informtion I get from the reviews and the amazing DIYs. I feel like I am doing a degree in the Beauty World!! I am addicted to IMBB, Faux Pass, and Miss Fit!
Anyway, without taking anymore of your time, let me straight come to my question –
How do I judge what hair products to use for myself? What type of hair are mine? Is hair type classified like skin type?
With skin, I have gradually started understanding (thanks to IMBB – I read.. Read like mad now about skin and related products & skin care regime). But with hair I am stil clueless.
Actually I read the review on Organix Mandarin Olive Oil Shampoo and started reaching for Organix products and then looked for reviews on IMBB (obviously) and then got confused as to which of the following will be better for my hair:
I have long and thick hair. My hair gets oily really easily – I mean just one workout and they are done as if I have poured oil on my scalp. I have been using L’Oreal Professional Series – Absolute Repair, but I am bored of it and really want to change soon.
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