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Greasy Hair No Worry’s.

Much as we’d like to blame summer for all of our beauty woes, I will be real with you. We find ourselves wondering how to get rid of greasy hair basically year round. Whether it’s humidity, heat, or our beauty-product obsession leaving us with buildup and oil, we’re literally in a constant battle between clean-ass hair and impossible-to-ignore grease. But after experimenting with every damn cleansing formula out there, we’ve *finally* found some real, no-bull shit solutions for making grease nothing but a figment of your imagination.

  1. Usually, I encourage less washing for a healthier approach to hair, but if you have oily hair, you probably need to wash a bit more. When you shampoo, it collects the oils and dirt and gives you the opportunity to rinse it out of your hair. Washing daily or every other day may do the trick.
  2. Fortunately, apple cider vinegar has the ability to kill fungus and bacteria, it makes a great home remedy for oily hair. One of the most popular natural remedies out there. Simply dilute two to three tablespoons in a cup of water, and then put it on your hair. A spray bottle may make it easier, just make sure you get it into the roots and scalp. Rinse after two to three minutes. Apply two or three times a week!
  3. Dry Shampoo made out of arrowroot powder and essential oils can prevent the greasiness from getting to the hair. This is a great option especially if you are in a hurry. While some choose baby powder, you can also use corn starch.

 

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Batiste Dry Shampoo Thumbs Up For Photo-Shoots!

Joseph Kellner SalonA very good product too use for fine hair or if you want some volume or too use in between shampoo’s.  Batiste Dry Shampoo is perfect to use between washes.  A quick burst revitalizes hair & removes any excess grease.  Hair feels gorgeously clean & fresh with added body & texture.  But be careful this product will go all over the place, and close you mouth so you won’t breathe the chemical in. That I fined was the only downfall of the hair care product.  If your hair needs volume especially when I do photography in the Florida heat and Humidity. This product will give me the added lift when the hair falls after curling it. Spray at least 6-8 inches away from the scalp.  And if you are a blonde artificially use only the original scent. Some of the sprays come tinted so be careful, the tint is very Matte.  If volume is not required then simply brush out the excess after massaging the product through the hair.   If your hair is artificially treated with tints and dye’s, Batiste will give the hair a break from frequent washing and blow drying that can fade the artificial tint.

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Work the product into the hair hair with my fingers like I would if I was washing my hair in the shower. Then let your hair down and spray some at the top back of your head (where a bun would sit) and work it in in the same way. It takes away the greasy look completely and gives your hair some lift. It doesn’t feel like it has tons of product all over it, and it seems to actually look and feel better a couple of hours after applying (because it probably has time to absorb the oil). It doesn’t leave a white “powdery” look like some dry shampoos can.  The more I use Baptiste, the more hairstyles I have been able to do (curls, pulling hair back in different ways, etc) because the texture of the hair (by not traditionally washing it everyday) holds styles better than freshly washed hair.  Great for Photo-Shoots. JosephKellner.com