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I Was Tired Of Having To Wash My Hair Every Day And Then I Did This

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The decision about how frequently to wash hair depends on a person's hair type, scalp texture, how oily the hair gets, and personal preference.

For some people, too-frequent washing can cause damaged hair and a dry, itchy scalp. For others, infrequent washing can make the hair look greasy and lifeless.

Fight the urge and skip your daily hair wash on day two. Instead, spritz some dry shampoo onto your roots to keep hair looking clean (even if it isn’t!). However, if your roots get extra greasy, the trick is to apply dry shampoo immediately after a wash: “I apply some dry shampoo directly to my roots after a fresh blowout so that as the hours go on and your scalp starts to produce oil, the dry shampoo will start working immediately to combat that oil, and you can reapply as much as needed throughout the next days to keep the oil at bay and your blowout as fresh as possible.

Another tip is to massage and brush. Give yourself a vigorous scalp massage with your fingertips to move the oil away from the scalp and distribute down the hair shaft. Do this once or twice daily. Use a hairbrush to do the same. But for the rest of the time, see the next point...

Also, avoid touching your hair. There's oil on your fingers that will make hair limp and lackluster, the more you touch it. Try to keep your hands off your hair unless you're styling or massaging.

Want to know about other tips not to wash your hair every day? Watch this video till the very end!

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