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No one on earth is fully happy with his/her appearance and beauty.

When it comes to hair people often complain that their hair is too wavy, too straight, too thin, too brittle, or some strange combination of those factors.

Hair care and fashioning products are sold out like hot bread in shops.

By using unproven chemicals on hair people sometimes worsen the crisis.

After dandruff, the main complaint of most teenagers is oily, greasy, or stringy hair.

Everyone likes to have shiny, bouncy hair and this may seem a difficult task with oily hair. Stress, hormonal activities like attaining puberty or childbirth, thyroid problems and eating too much fatty food and chocolates are what usually cause oily hair.

Having oily hair can seem like a curse to those who have to endure it.

Scalp produces oil to keep the hair healthy and also protects it from elements.

But when it is produced a bit extra your hair may look oily and lifeless.

There are remedies for oily hair and here are a few tips on how to manage oily hair.

Oily hair needs to be washed more often but don`t scrub too hard while washing.

And don`t pile hair on the head while shampooing. It causes tangling, leading to further breakage.

You can add lemon to the final rinse for a great shine.

You need to be careful about washing hair regularly, though you could condition it just twice a month.

Use a cleaning shampoo to wash your hair and to scrub off the oil build up.

Use a mild shampoo and scrub lightly.

While applying conditioner, do not apply to the roots only apply in the middle or to the ends.

Reduce the oil intake in your diet.

Avoid oily food.

Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables.

Avoid drugs, alcohol and oils.

Using conditioners will help you to reduce the oil on your hair.

Conditioners coat the hair with a lubricant or synthetic that replaces the stripped out sebum. Some conditioners bond to the hair, helping to smooth the cuticle and restore sheen to the hair.

After washing the hair dry it gently, by blotting and squeezing, not wringing or rubbing.

Never brush wet hair. Instead, use a wide-tooth comb.

Keep oily hair clean. That means shampooing every day at least once.

Use a good cleansing shampoo on oily hair. A mild finishing rinse made for oily hair will help with combing.

Give attention to the roots. It is your scalp that is oily, not your hair.

Rinsing out the suds will be enough to clean your hair. After shampooing, apply a light conditioner from mid shaft to the ends.

Oily hair is typically fine hair; therefore, avoid silicone, heavy pomades and creams as well as the masks and the serums.

Use an airy, volumizing mousse, applying it at the hair roots to create volume.

Comb your hair regularly.

Combing helps to spread the natural oils through hair, making it look shinier and healthier.

Don`t wash you hair in soaps or harsh shampoos.

They are highly alkaline and will upset your hair`s natural pH balance.

Leave your hair untied for at least four hours a day.

This eases the pressure on your scalp and gets blood circulation back.
Originally Written/Posted By : Reena Shah
Posted on: 2008-08-19
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