1. Touching your hair too often.
As always touching your face fiddling with the hair – flirtatiously or out of boredom – transfers oils from your fingertips to your strands. Also, try and (nicely) discourage your husband touching your hair too much in bed – feels nice, but does not look nice tomorrow.
Yes, you wash it to clean the grease, but no, it does not help. Unfortunately, daily shampooing you can make your scalp strip of its natural oils – so it produces more in an attempt to replace them. Try cutting back on washing your hair to every other day at least, or 2 to 3 times per week. Your hair will thank you in the long run.
Be careful with conditioner. You may possibly be creating a system that is too heavy for your hair type, which can weigh them down. Or you may not be cleaning it properly – another fat-giving culprit. Finally, avoid having conditioner all over hair. Please use it at the ends.
Brushing your hair too much can trigger the oil production, which looks at first shiny but soon looks greasy. Again, stick to detangling the ends if you’ve got a harsh hair brushing habit.
5. A dirty Hairbrush
Your hairbrush can harbor all sorts of nasty things – construction of stale styling products and dust are just the obvious! A clogged brush will transfer these to the hair, making it dirty and oily.
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