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From: GINA (22.214.171.124)
Subject: Re: Greasy Residue on Hair
Date: October 1, 2006 at 9:50 pm PST
In Reply to: Re: Greasy Residue on Hair posted by Leslie Correa on October 1, 2006 at 9:45 am:
I agree with both you guys. ( Hi Leslie)
But, I'm sure you both will agree that clients like this need to damage their hair. :)
Color, highlight, any chemical that will coat the hair will help!! lol
That's my advice to clients after trying everything. They look at me crazy, but it's the truth.
Does she have chemical in her hair?
I do agree that a good rinsing before and after a shampoo is very important. Like Leslie said, a top scrub rinse is just not good enough. You have to scrub the scalp while you wet your hair before shampooing and during the rinsing. This is very important. Every clients that has this issue tends to do 2 shampoos, but if you don't wet the hair first really good, you won't get a good lather and most clients will just keep adding more shampoo, leaving the hair with a lot of product buildup, especially if they don't rinse the shampoo out good enough.
And as stylist we all agree that our natural oils are the best, everyone should get in the habit of giving their scalp a good brushing before shampooing.
Also, another hint to all, please do not wash your hair and then let it dry in a pony tail. During the summer I needed to remind alot of clients that this is a no no, especially if your hair is thick and curly. I don't care how clean your are on yourself, how clean your house is, if you are a professional or a student , this is a great way of attracting head lice.
And please remember to wash those scrunchies.
Gina From Connecticut
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