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... I would think it'd look better on lighter hair than dark. But yep, you can't just coat the top with it, you do have to distribute it underneath a little, too. ... (8 replies)
... I don't know if this helps any but I sometimes put baby powder to get the greasy look out of my scalp, but it's not as good as just washing your hair. ... (4 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)

... If the problem with waxing is that you get pumbs, you can directly after waxing wash the area with sea salt dissolved in water. Dont wash with the tap water until the next day. keep the area dry always & put baby powder (perfume-free one) after every wash for the first 3 days. When I do this I dont get a single pumb. (24 replies)
... I would suggest the baby powder as well. I heard that a lot of styists use it. ... (5 replies)
... Threading is not new at all. It has been used in India/Pakistan for decades. Since most women there can't afford creams etc., this is a VERY cheap method. I'm really sorry to have to tell you this but the method can't really be described. I have a pakistani friend who knows how to do it and she does it on my upper lip, eyebrows. The thing is, someone else has to do it. It... (1 replies)
... cannot shave my bikini area with a regular razor. It breaks me out horribly no matter how new the razor is, how nice the shaving creme is, or how long I let the hair soak in a bath before shaving. I've tried everything. I thought of waxing but didn't want to have to wait for weeks to let the hair grow out. ... (2 replies)
... greasy hair using baby powder absorb some of the oil so their hair doesn't get so greasy throughout the day. ... (3 replies)
... Yeah I dont know about it being good for dark hair either, but what I do is I have the large baby powder bottle and just kinda "poof" the powder into my hair. Like you just hold the bottle and if you sqeeze it fast you'll notice that some powder will fluff out into the air. ... (8 replies)
... I have tried the baby powder in the hair thang and I don't like doing can't get in on evenly unless that poster can give some trick. ... (8 replies)
... I'm not sure of a brand name, I'll look and see if I can find it, but I know of a spray that has a powder like quality that you mist into your hair. ... (6 replies)
... I read this in one of the allure magazines. When you appy mascara, curl your lashes about 3x and put the curler under a hair dryer for 5 seconds. then apply your mascara and seperate the lashes right after to avoid clumps. ... (2 replies)
Brazilian Pain
Jun 4, 2007
... I try not to moisturize before getting waxed, cause the wax might not stick very well. And it will be MORE painful. I do put baby powder, before and after. ... (9 replies)
... How does baby powder work? ... (8 replies)
... best to try to not wash it for as many days as you can stand. Even if the last day you decide to leave it unwashed, if it looks oily you can try sprinkling some baby powder in your brush to absorb some of the oil. Your natural oils will help your hair a lot after the damage being done by the chemicals. ... (7 replies)
... You may want to try using a light coating of baby powder on the hair. ... (2 replies)
... Also, I use baby powder on my face and just a concealer if I need it. No foundation. The brush I use is one that a hair stylist uses to brush hair of the back of the neck! It's cheap and huge! ... (71 replies)
... I have oily hair too.. ... (6 replies)
... what baby powder good dose to hair (3 replies)
... it was still around. It worked pretty good. We all had long hair, parted down the middle then, and it would help with any oilyness at the scalp. We also used baby powder to do the same thing. ... (8 replies)

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