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Thursday, September 24, 2009

How to get a Salon shampoo job at home


Have you noticed that whenever you leave the salon, your hair can hold for up to 2 days without looking or feeling dirty? That's because the stylist is massaging the scalp as she shampoos to trigger the release of natural oils that's causing the greasy look. To do: Just press into your scalp gently with the pads of your fingertips, then squeeze them slightly together and apart, moving your hands around your head as you go. Do it for a few minutes and then rinse. I've also read that it's still best to use a shampoo for normal hair instead of the ones for oily hair. The latter have high levels of detergents that can strip the scalp of oil, which may signal it to produce more.

Thank You FC!!!

Tulips Talking

10 comments :

Tulip's Talking said...

Thanks for the tip!

Those first days after the salon are always the best hair days...

levy said...

Nice post!
I love going to salon for hot oil.

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Hi! I'm Grace said...

Wow! This is a great information and tips in one.
I realized I miss going to my favorite salon. :)

Empty Streets said...

yup my stylist said the same thing about using normal shampoo :) also try not to leave any conditioner on your scalp as that would be a major cause of itch and dandruff heheh :) xoxo

Momstart said...

You make it sound so good, I love getting that kind of massage

Mariuca said...

chop!

Mariuca said...

I just went to the salon yesterday Liza! Feel great now! :)

Mariuca said...

Internet so slow today! :(

nancy said...

oh, thanks God, i do it in each shower i take, lol!

happy weekend, mommy liz!

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