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    My shower isnt working and my hair is one day old now and greasy.

    Is there anything I can do to stop it looking greasy until I wash it?
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    Shave it all off? :eek3:
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    Talcum powder
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    Dry shampoo....Batiste it is called. Will help it a bit.

    My friend, who is blonde, apparently puts talc in her hair at times.... but obviously wouldn't be a good look with dark hair!
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    Talcum powder sometimes helps, just rub it in to your roots. But it's a short term fix, as it doesn't stop your hair looking greasy for long.
    Hope your shower gets fixed soon!
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    Wash it in the sink.
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    Wash it in the sink!! :[ unless it is the water supply. I would ask a friend. Dirty hair isnt great
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    You can buy cans of 'dry shampoo' that'll keep it looking alright until you can wash it properly:

    http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...hampoo&spell=1

    It works pretty well.

    Edit: people beat me to it.
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    .....Have a bath? We don't have a shower so I have to wash my hair in the bath! lol
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    Wash it in the sink? Dry shampoos help a bit, but they won't make it look clean and shiny.
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    (Original post by inksplodge)
    .....Have a bath? We don't have a shower so I have to wash my hair in the bath! lol
    I would have a bath but my hot water is buggered so neither would work

    I dont think I have any talc, but I shall have a rummage!
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    Wear a tea cosy
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    (Original post by Rhino115)
    I would have a bath but my hot water is buggered so neither would work

    I dont think I have any talc, but I shall have a rummage!
    Grandparents house? =)
    Alternatively, boil some water in a pan/kettle, put it in a sink and use that.
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    My friend sprays hairspray on her hair then brushes it out, this seems to absorb the grease on her hair, I've never tried it though.
    And as someone else said, boil some water and wash it in the sink
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    (Original post by inksplodge)
    .....Have a bath? We don't have a shower so I have to wash my hair in the bath! lol
    Don't you rage at that sometimes? My hair always gets greasy after half a day when I wash it in the bath
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    (Original post by whitepearlbaby)
    Don't you rage at that sometimes? My hair always gets greasy after half a day when I wash it in the bath
    Nope! I generally wash it every other day now - it doesn't get so greasy any more My fringe does though, so I wash that every day...
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    Go to a friends house? Is not rockot science
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    (Original post by Rhino115)
    My shower isnt working and my hair is one day old now and greasy.

    Is there anything I can do to stop it looking greasy until I wash it?
    Friends house/showers at a public pool/ wash it in cold water.
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    Shave it off, then it deffo won't look greasy.
 
 
 
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