Tricks For Dealing With Oily Hair

I know this is kinda a nasty post, but I am a sufferer of oily hair and I’m sure there are a lot of you that suffer from it as well. I’m just plain sick and tired of only getting one day of great-looking hair from a shampoo. If you have extremely thick and wavy hair, washing it adds another 15 minutes to your shower routine. So, I like to be able to go at least a few extra days without it looking shiny. I researched products online and found these that are supposed to do wonders for your hair. I plan on buying one, if not all three tonight!

TRESemme Fresh Start Dry Shampoo Spray

This one looks too amazing NOT to try!

The Formulation: This Dry Shampoo, with mineral clay and citrus, revives your fine, limp hair by removing excess oil and impurities and helping eliminate odor, leaving hair rejuvenated. The Effect: Just a quick spray at the roots and this weightless, fine mist will revitalize and refresh your hair without any visible residue for hair that is full of movement.

Suave Daily Clarifying Shampoo, Normal to Oily Hair

Here’s a very inexpensive one!

Bring out the natural beauty of your hair with this pH-balanced deep cleansing formula that helps remove residue without stripping moisture.

    • Longer lasting fragrance*
    • For normal to oily hair
    • Hypo-allergenic
Neutrogena Anti-Residue Shampoo

Another very inexpensive option

Use this once-a-week shampoo treatment to instantly remove residue that can cause bad hair days. Then go back to your favorite shampoo and you’ll find it working better than ever.

    • Cleans hair thoroughly, easily rinses clean
    • Mild formula won’t cause irritation
    • For all hair types
    • Contains biodegradable ingredients

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