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    How To Stop Your Hair Becoming Greasy

How To Stop Your Hair Becoming Greasy

Do you feel like you constantly need to wash your hair? Do you feel like after you've just washed it, it starts to go greasy? Training your hair to be less oily will stop your hair from having that greasy look. In this blog we are going to help you train your hair to be less greasy and have that fresh look all of the time.


The process to get your hair less oily is not as difficult as it may sound. The more you wash your hair the greasier it will become. Shampoo does help to strip the oils from your hair but when you wash it can cause more oils to be produced. If you are someone that washes your hair every day and you wash it because you feel like it's greasy, stop! Washing your hair everyday really strips the oils at a faster pace making your hair look greasy just after you've washed it. If you start to spread your washing days out over a couple months you will start to see a big difference.

Dry Shampoo

Dry shampoo can be an absolute saviour while trying to train your hair. The dry shampoo will allow you to put off washing your hair for a couple of days longer. If your hair is looking extremely greasy and it is not the right day to wash your hair spraying in dry shampoo will make the roots look dryer. It will take the sheen away from your hair and give it a fresh voluminous look.

Cooler Water

Not many people know that the water temperature can actually have an impact on the greasiness of your hair. The hotter the water is the more your scalp and hair will dry out meaning more oils are produced. Starting off with warm water is fine as it will help to open up your cuticles and cleanse your hair but, switching to cooler water towards the end of your shower will help close the cuticles and stop oils from being produced.

For more tips, tricks and information on looking after your hair or getting booked in for your next appointment call us on 0191 447 9490, email belleamedurham@gmail.com or visit our website: belleamedurham.co.uk