Oily Scalp and Greasy Hair

Hair is not actually oily. Oil produced by the scalp makes it look oily and dirty. Usually, an oily scalp will appear during teen years when oil glands start to work extensively. You can determine whether you have an oily scalp using tissue-paper. Two days after shampooing your hair press a piece of tissue-paper against your scalp. If your scalp is More...

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By Selin On Thursday, June 3rd, 2010
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Normal Hair Type

Normal hair and scalp type should be shampooed once-twice a week. Such hair is naturally glossy and elastic, no split ends. If your scalp type is normal then you are lucky! This scalp type is very healthy and convenient More...

By Selin On Thursday, June 3rd, 2010
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Oily Roots – Dry Ends

This  usually happens with long hair, because ends  don’t get enough  scalp oil. It gets worse after using too much of hair dryers, hair coloring and curling. Taking care of such hair requires both products More...

By Selin On Thursday, June 3rd, 2010
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Dry Hair and Dry Scalp Type

Dry type of scalp usually goes together with dry dandruff. How to take care of such type of scalp? First of all, shampoo  should be done a special way. Hair must be protected from water pressure on the inside More...

By Selin On Thursday, June 3rd, 2010
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How to Find Out Your Scalp Type

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