Washing Your Hair

  • Vonnegut.

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    Hmm...I wash my hair everyday, unless I straighten it. There I wash it every two days.

    My hair is greasy, so I have to wash it. And if I don't wash it with shampoo, it's even worst!
    May 28th, 2008 at 07:24am
  • melancholy.

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    I wash my hair everyday and leave the conditioner in for a couple of minutes. I straighten mine so it gets dry if I don't and I put so much crap in it to get it to do what I want I HAVE to wash it everyday or its greasy and icky. I also haev this obsessive compulsive thing where it has to smell good and be clean.
    May 29th, 2008 at 01:59am
  • love like this.

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    Twice a week, mine like, never gets greasy. And if I can go longer I do, I hat wasjiong my hair xD
    May 29th, 2008 at 08:53pm
  • ella vator.

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    I don't wash my hair when I go swimming, because the chlorine dries it out and it just gets weird.
    I'll just rinse it in the shower so it doesn't smell like chlorine for the rest of the day. :XD

    Should I wash it after I go swimming?
    May 30th, 2008 at 01:30am
  • Kurtni

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    Riot.:
    Should I wash it after I go swimming?
    You should, to get rid of the chlorine that's drying it out, and condition it to help restore its moisture so it doesn't have that... stringy (I couldn't think of better adjective, sorry XD) feeling.
    May 30th, 2008 at 01:35am
  • ella vator.

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    Kurtni Von Teese:
    Riot.:
    Should I wash it after I go swimming?
    You should, to get rid of the chlorine that's drying it out, and condition it to help restore its moisture so it doesn't have that... stringy (I couldn't think of better adjective, sorry XD) feeling.
    Thanks, I wasn't sure. I know chlorine dries it out, but sometimes it seems like washing it would only make it worse. ><
    May 30th, 2008 at 01:38am
  • the endless.

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    On the subject of hair washing, could someone recommend a good shampoo/conditioner?

    I have really thick hair, and it gets greasy easily, but if I use like a deep-cleaning shampoo, it totally dries out my scalp.

    :cheese: I have so much trouble finding a good, reasonably priced shampoo!
    May 30th, 2008 at 03:00am
  • mcrgdjunkie

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    I wash mine every single day. Sometimes twice also. :tehe:
    the endless.:
    On the subject of hair washing, could someone recommend a good shampoo/conditioner?

    I have really thick hair, and it gets greasy easily, but if I use like a deep-cleaning shampoo, it totally dries out my scalp.

    :cheese: I have so much trouble finding a good, reasonably priced shampoo!
    I change shampoo everytime I run out of a bottle, but Tresemme (ooh la la)lol have the bottle with the pump, and you get a alot for like four or five dollars I think. You might try that. :)
    May 30th, 2008 at 12:30pm
  • Tom Hiddleston

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    Treseme hurts if it gets in your eyes... :file:
    I use sunsilk. They have a huge range and it leaves your hair all smooth :tehe:
    May 30th, 2008 at 12:36pm
  • mcrgdjunkie

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    Treseme hurts if it gets in your eyes... :file:
    I use sunsilk. They have a huge range and it leaves your hair all smooth :tehe:
    Doesn't all soap hurt if it gets in your eyes? :|

    Sunsilk is nice too.
    May 30th, 2008 at 12:42pm
  • Tom Hiddleston

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    mcrgdjunkie:
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    Treseme hurts if it gets in your eyes... :file:
    I use sunsilk. They have a huge range and it leaves your hair all smooth :tehe:
    Doesn't all soap hurt if it gets in your eyes? :|

    Sunsilk is nice too.
    Some hurts a lot more than others, and the burning sensation usually goes away with warm water. Treseme does not. It hurts like a bitch.
    May 30th, 2008 at 07:48pm
  • Pepper Potts

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    I wash my hair everyday and condition it every two.
    I swap my shampoos around all the time as well. If I don't wash it everyday, I get paranoid that it's greasy :|
    May 30th, 2008 at 09:57pm
  • Oooh Zing

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    the endless.:
    On the subject of hair washing, could someone recommend a good shampoo/conditioner?

    I have really thick hair, and it gets greasy easily, but if I use like a deep-cleaning shampoo, it totally dries out my scalp.

    :cheese: I have so much trouble finding a good, reasonably priced shampoo!
    Head and Shoulders works, even if you don't have a dandruff problem. :XD
    It kicks grease's ass without drying your scalp out. I suggest the kind with aloe. :D
    May 31st, 2008 at 12:53am
  • ella vator.

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    Head and Shoulders didn't work too much for me. :XD
    I use Herbal Essence instead.
    May 31st, 2008 at 06:04am
  • Poirot's Moustache

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    I wash mine every few days.
    Sometimes I'll get lazy though and won't wash it until it actually feels greasy.
    And I condition whenever I wash.

    At the moment I'm using Pantene Pro-V for coloured hair. :tehe:
    May 31st, 2008 at 06:31pm
  • Innuendo

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    OMFG, and I've thought I'm the only one whose hair gets greasy after not even 24 hours.

    Like now. I showered last night, at about 11 pm, and now it's 8 pm and it's so fucking greasy and i hate it. I wash it with Garnier and it sucks, so did the shampoos that I've used before.

    I used to wash my hair with Sunsilk for Silky & Straight hair, and it was sooo fabulous :yah it made my hair shine for about 3 days, but i once finished the bottle, and my mom forgot to buy a new one, so i washed with her Dove and it sucks big time!

    Then i tried millions of other products to make my hair fabulous again but it was over omgno: Cry

    Now i have to wash it everyday.And i dye it too, so mostly the water in my tub is always blue.
    May 31st, 2008 at 07:41pm
  • Leonore Paisley

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    I wash my hair every day, unless I'm sick. Sometimes I use conditioner, but I'm a lazy ass, so I usually don't.
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    Treseme hurts if it gets in your eyes... :file:
    I use sunsilk. They have a huge range and it leaves your hair all smooth :tehe:
    Doesn't all soap hurt if it gets in your eyes? :|

    Sunsilk is nice too.
    Some hurts a lot more than others, and the burning sensation usually goes away with warm water. Treseme does not. It hurts like a bitch.
    Oh, and Suave hurts like a bitch as well. I used the green apple kind when I was little and it got in my eyes. It took, like, nearly a whole night for the burning to stop, even when I did rinse my eyes out.

    But I currently use Suave's coconut shampoo.Though I really shouldn't 'cause they test on animals.
    June 1st, 2008 at 12:47am
  • HollywoodUndead

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    Usually I wash mine once a day, but sometimes I will skip a day because I've read that can actually be good for your hair to not wash it every single day.
    June 1st, 2008 at 01:18am
  • Maxwell Green.

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    haha, oh my god.
    according to this thread, no one would ever wash their hair if it never got greasy.
    June 1st, 2008 at 03:01am
  • the endless.

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    ^ Well grease is basically dirt isn't it? So if it never gets dirty why wash it.

    But it's still fun of course. :cool:
    June 1st, 2008 at 03:20am