Hair Issues! Please Help!

This may not seem like a big deal to ppl but it is to me! K so I only wash my hair every other day, cuz I dont want it to get a dried out and stuff, but after one day of washing it looks really greasy! I tried dry shampoo and it didnt work. Im at the point where I wanna wash it everyday! It looks so bad and I wanna know how I can make it less greasy on the second day..... Please gimme some advice!!
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Asked Sep 25, 2012
There are a few of things you can do.

Day 2 can be the day of a pony tail or an updo. For suggestions, I like the tutorials here:

You could try a a dry shampoo. You could use a more gentle shampoo on Day 2, or moisturize longer. Or you could "co-wash" on Day 2... that's washing your hair with conditioner.

There are also TONS of videos on this topic on YouTube if you search "what to do with greasy hair without washing":
Answered Sep 25, 2012
Edited Sep 25, 2012
Wow thank you so much! Ur a life saver :D I will definetly try this stuff out!
Ran across this and thought of you:
She lists many other options...
Washing your hair every day strips it of its natural oils and can do more damage than good. If possible, wash your hair every other day. This will stop the shampoo from clogging the hair follicles. I read this tip on "Forhair" group website which worked pretty well. You can Google it out and take a look at their Hair treatment services such as Hair Transplant, Donor Recharging, Scar Grafting and many more, as they help you in solving your hair issues in a right way.
Answered Dec 14, 2012
Edited Dec 14, 2012
Wash your hair every two days.
Don't tease your hair.
Don't use heat on your hair.
Coconut oil is to be good for hair and to help promote growth.
Hope will help!
Answered Apr 11, 2013
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Answered Mar 23, 2017
Hair is one of those inessential parts of the body, meaning that if your body is under stress or pressure, your body will focus on keeping you alive and healthy rather than having a full head of hair! There are many contributing factors:

Vitamin D deficiency: Because most people spend their time indoors, behind a desk, or on the couch, a surprisingly high percentage of the population has insufficient levels of vitamin D (which is synthesized in the skin through exposure to UV rays). Studies have shown that low vitamin D levels cause hair loss.
Too much vitamin D: High levels of vitamin D can also cause hair loss, which is why it is important to have the right balance.
Iron deficiency: Iron is important for your hair, nails, and skin. Too little can cause hair to fall out or make the hair follicles smaller so your hair strands end up being thinner.
Calcium deficiency: Calcium is also important for your hair, and if you are not getting enough vitamin D (which is needed for absorbing calcium), your hair may fall out.
Stress: Stress causes hair loss. This is widely known, and seeing your hair fall out can just add to that stress! It takes from 1 - 4 months after a stressful incident for the hair to start falling out.
Lack of sleep: If you are not sleeping well, this can also have a negative effect on your hair.
The type of shampoo you use: Shampoo may also be making your hair fall out. Natural shampoos are much better for your hair and scalp than chemically-based ones.
Food allergies: Various food allergies, especially to dairy, can cause your hair to fall out.
Coeliac (or Celiac, as it is known in the US) disease: It is not widely known that hair loss is a symptom of Coeliac, which is when the small intestine cannot break down gluten, and ingredient found in bread, pasta, wheat products, etc

Every human body is different , so we can not recognize the ans. , why? any one is facing hair loss problem. Consult once with hair specialist -
Answered May 23, 2017

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