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... conditioner only washing is best for thick, curly or wavy, coarse hair. if you have thin, fine, or straight hair it probably wont work as well. ... (26 replies)
... And today I did not wash or condition or anything... ... (26 replies)
... That's what I also thought... but according to what I've read on the other thread titled "Conditioner Only Washing," you're supposed to wash your scalp well with the conditioner. At least that's what I got from all the responses. ... (26 replies)

... a question, I assumed when first reading about this that you would just rinse your hair really well with water then just condition the ends. Then whe you say to wash the scalp WITH the conditioner....it sounds like that would just ADD to the oils left in you hair or make it really heavy. ... (26 replies)
... That's great. Thanks! I did notice that they have a few eneric versions of the expensive shampoos at Sally Beauty. I'm just not sure which one... but I'm gonna go to the store later today and look at all of them and just buy a purple one for blonde hair. I don't really feel like spending $15 or more on an 8oz bottle of Redken. That's just insane. And it's good that I don't... (2 replies)
... ink, at least its more itchy, but not dry itchy, just irritating itchy. I dont know if I have to use a stronger shampoo every once in a while or if its because I only wash my hair like ever 2 or 3 days and that its not that strong of a shampoo. This would probably be better if I washed my hair daily. ... (5 replies)
... rom 12 to 14 dollars for a regular size bottle, and the Biotera is like 6 or 7. Definately smells the same too, anyways I like it. I do advise that no one should wash their ends, except every once in a while of you put product daily on it. ... (9 replies)
... There are mild shampoos out there that won't damage hair nearly as much as some. People make a big deal about the chemicals, it's not like anyone ever died or lost all their hair from washing it with shampoo... seriously. But anyway, baking soda is even worse for hair than any shampoo. A lot of "experts" recommend that you DO NOT use baking soda in your hair. It just dries... (26 replies)
... They explained it that the hair grows from the scalp and the scalp needs to be cleansed "daily" to stay healthy and have healthy hair folicals. Not cleaning can cause build up on the scalp causing everything from dandruff and hair loss. I tried this before I asked my friends:eek: They are both professional hair dressers and both said NO!!!! They did say you don't have to... (26 replies)
... Has anyone looked into ''no shampoo"? It's where you don't use any traditional shampoo or conditioner, but you wash with things like apple cider vinegar and baking soda, there are tons of other things you can do if you are looking to stop using shampoos because they are ''too harsh''. just do a search on the web and i'm sure you can find more info. try "no pooing". I myself... (26 replies)
... kept secret! Like TurRrRa I always thought it would make my hair gross but it's a lot healthier now! I also put in Garnier Sleek N Shine serum in it after I wash along with some Biosilk sometimes and deep conditioner and that makes it even silkier. ... (26 replies)
... Wow this was a surprising post. I never would have even thought of trying this out. I might give it a try too.. I mean the worst that could happen is my hair will feel gross and I'll have to give it a good wash! Do you think this is okay for color treated hair? I would imagine it should help the color NOT fade as much. I just got highlights yesterday. My hair is medium brown... (26 replies)
... I've been doing this for about two weeks now, I condition every day, deep condition once a week, and then I wash my hair one or two times a week and at least once a week I mix in a little baking soda and Hershey's Unsweetend Cocoa (if you have nautral brown hair you can use the cocoa to make your color richer) and that makes it silky and helps get rid of buildup. I also... (26 replies)
... I guess you'd probably have to wash mainly your scalp with conditioner instead of just the ends, since you'd probably want to wash away the oils from your scalp. ... (26 replies)
... do you CO wash everyday? ... (13 replies)
... I only wash my hair every other day and in the winter maybe every two days. My roots get too oily to wait any longer. I don't care what shampoo I use but the conditioner I do. I only use conditioner on my ends cause they get dry. ... (18 replies)
... Occasionally I use heated olive oil on my hair as a deep conditioner. I wash my hear before going to bed and then I saturate it with warm olive oil. I then wrap my hair and leave the oil in overnight. ... (8 replies)
... that's why if you wash your roots with a clear shampoo and only the ends with conditioner it works. i used to only wash my bangs everyday. even at my age with short ,colored hair if i use any shampoo that is creamy i will have the greasies for a week until i wash it all out. ... (12 replies)
Shampoo
Jun 14, 2006
... I've had grotesquely oily hair and skin all my life. And I have fine hair and live in a horrible humid climate like you. And I've always done what you do, wash in the morning and put conditioner only from about the ears down. Washing the night before didn't cut it. ... (7 replies)
... usually have really oily roots and my air is dry toward the ends. I use John frieda gel at the roots which helps the oil problem emensley. If you get a good deep conditioner like Paul Mitchell Moisture rinse and you use this once or twice a week a treatment than that will help with the ends. ... (5 replies)




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