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... Sorry its not working for some of you, but I do want to add that I am not putting a lot on my hair. Im not dumping the product on my scalp IF thats what some of you are doing. ... (8 replies)
... Hi there! Well I did the old baby powder on oily roots trick this morning and discovered that it has an extra benefit. ... (8 replies)
... Doesn't work for me. It makes my hair look dull and it really increases the static. ... (8 replies)

... Well they used to sell an aerosol spray "dry shampoo" that was just powder in a can that was used for absorbing the oils. It was call Pssssst. HA! ... (8 replies)
... Great! Im glad it worked for you! I was afraid people would think it was too weird or that it would turn their hair white and not try it out. I was just wondering, did you try it out on clean hair? ... (8 replies)
Baby Powder
Jul 13, 2004
... I love the baby powder. I'm sorry you don't. ... (3 replies)
Baby Powder
Jul 13, 2004
... I use baby powder. I only wash my hair every other day. It gets too dry otherwise. I love the baby powder. I'm sorry you don't. But I know cornstarch is awful IMO. One time I accidently got baby powder with cornstarch instead of talc and it was too heavy. ... (3 replies)
Baby Powder
Jul 12, 2004
... washing days if it starts to look oily. I've been trying to wash my hair every other day in order to keep it healthier, but it's still not used to this routine. It starts to look a little oily and not as bodiful the second day. ... (3 replies)
... I've used a few of the JandJ lotions which were ok. And I like the baby oil. Right after I get a shower, I massage this in and then rinse a tiny bit and it leaves me silky and soft...not greasy if I rinse a little 1st. ... (4 replies)
... greasy hair using baby powder absorb some of the oil so their hair doesn't get so greasy throughout the day. ... (3 replies)
... what baby powder good dose to hair (3 replies)
Greasy hair???
Feb 12, 2008
... I used to struggle with that too. Now my teen is going through the same thing. I have used baby powder and also rubbing alcohol. Just dab it with a cotton ball along the hair line and part. If you use conditioner, only apply it to your ends. ... (3 replies)
Greasy hair???
Feb 9, 2008
... Thank You for your response! I know that I read baking soda worked too. I'll try the cornstarch first though...because I have enough baby powder in the house! ... (3 replies)
... gets all the hair and it doesnt hurt as bad as those sugar type waxes and doesnt get really hard after its cooled, especially if you make sure you puff a little baby powder on before. ... (15 replies)
... after every wash for the first 3 days. When I do this I dont get a single pumb. ... (24 replies)
... aking it off, I say waxing, because like you said, it grows back too fast then it hurts to try to shave it again. At least with waxing you get about a week of no hair then it starts to gow back, eventually slower and slower. It does suck to have to wait for it to grow back long enough to rewax it. ... (24 replies)
Oily Hair Problem
Feb 15, 2007
... I use the generic kind recommended by my hair stylist. It's cheap and works just as well. ... (4 replies)
... I dont know if this will help for your situation, but in between washes, when the roots of my hair are greasy I shake some baby powder on them and rub it in to my roots, the baby powder takes most of the grease away, just make sure to get all the baby powder brushed out, or else youll look ... ... (5 replies)
Hair powders?
Mar 28, 2004
... Bumble and Bumble has a hair powder. It would be WAY healthier for your hair than using baby powder! It comes in different colours for different hair, too. ... (2 replies)
Hair powders?
Mar 17, 2004
... I often use baby powder if I see my hair is getting greasy or limp and dark. I can't wash it every day because it gets too dry. I have blond highlights so the powder isn't too white. But I was wondering if there is any powders sold specifically for this purpose instead of using baby powder. ? ... (2 replies)

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