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Oily hair/frizzy - August 1st 2011, 02:31 AM

I have oily hair and like a strange texture to my hair where one part of my hair is normal and there is just one big part from root to tip where it is frizzy. How do I make my hair normal?
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Re: Oily hair/frizzy - August 1st 2011, 07:22 AM

You could try products for this! Many "teen" themed products (shampoo, conditioner, hair serems) keep as oil free as possible to tame frizz. I would try Herbal Essences "None of Your Frizzness" brand. Herbal Essences is great for your hair trying not to be oily, and this one fights frizz. http://www.herbalessences.com/en-US/...othing-shampoo

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Re: Oily hair/frizzy - August 1st 2011, 07:44 AM

I have problems with oily hair sometimes, so I bought a leave-in conditioner. I put it on wet hair once I'm out of the shower (which helps with the frizz as well) & apply it throughout the day as needed. It also makes my hair feel way healthier.
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Re: Oily hair/frizzy - August 11th 2011, 08:48 PM

I would NOT get Herbal Essences. I used to use it.. It's bad for your hair and it makes it all..gross.

I currently use TREsemme Naturals, with reduced Silicone or something. It works WONDERS. I have that "teen" hair where it gets quite a bit frizzy at times, but this shampoo is amazing. I highly recommend it with the TREsemme Naturals conditioner

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Re: Oily hair/frizzy - August 11th 2011, 09:28 PM

In my opinion, it's the conditioner which really makes the difference.

My hair gets greasy quickly too. I use TRESemme Deep Cleansing shampoo.

It's not frizzy, but it does get tangled easily because it's long. The conditioner I use is designed for both - TRESemme Salon Silk conditioner.

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