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wot products do u reccomend
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most shampoo manufacturers such as VO5 and Supersoft produce 'Balancing' shampoos that regulate the hairs condition, as it's quite a common problem
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most shampoo manufacturers such as VO5 and Supersoft produce 'Balancing' shampoos that regulate the hairs condition, as it's quite a common problem



yea i did use VO5! quite good with its "silk proteins"
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yea i did use VO5! quite good with its "silk proteins"
yeh i'm using VO5 at the moment n i'm really impressed
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yeh i'm using VO5 at the moment n i'm really impressed

i might buy something called anti frizz treatment serum from lopreal elvive soon..meant to be good apparently
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Dunno if you know this, but when you use conditioner, you shouldn't use it on the roots. Especially if you have greasy hair.
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Dunno if you know this, but when you use conditioner, you shouldn't use it on the roots. Especially if you have greasy hair.

.but sometimes by scalp feels dry

i guess i just have problem hair
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wot products do u reccomend
Charles Worthington all the way
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.but sometimes by scalp feels dry

i guess i just have problem hair

Maybe get a frequent use shampoo thats a bit more conditioning, and just wash it more often.

Though I'm not sure whether everyday is OK. Some say yes, others don't.
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have your hair cut! just the ends mind, and use a moisturising shampoo to hydrate your hair, if it does 'overhydrate' and becomes greasy, its not a problem theres thousands of masques, sprays, shampoos and products you can get! dont despair! also if you colour your hair, id reccomend it less, its not good for the hair. Dont use lots of hairspray and general 'cack' especially the cheap stuff, youll end up with more bald patches than Chrissy Aggie! General Cosmo knowledge gal see if it works. If not go and have a chat with your hairdresser-- a good one and then they can recommend things. Personally i favour Fudge, Bed Hed and Toni and Guy. But Pantené and Fructise work just as well at a snip of the price!
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Head and shoulders for greasy hair is good.
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There's also Kerastase's Bain Divalent, specifically designed for greasy roots and dry ends.
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