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From: LauraD (75.23.86.255)
Subject: Re: Best products for uncut hair
Date: August 4, 2008 at 3:34 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Best products for uncut hair posted by Denise Kingsley on August 4, 2008 at 6:10 am:

I'm sorry if my question was unclear. My biggest problem is my oily scalp. Oily hair products leave my hair limp and stringy past my shoulders. My hair seems to stick together using these, and it is difficuly to comb out.

My fine hair can use some body, but these products do not really make my hair look clean unless I apply shampoo 2-3 times. They also seem to add some kind of coating to my hair that makes me loose a lot of hair when detangling.

I understand the science behind hair growth, and why you recommend routine trimming, but it is out of the question. I guess I define healthy, beautiful hair different from most. Surprisingly though, my hair does look reasonably healthy, although uneven. Treating split-ends isn't to high on my list of concerns, as I don't really have as many of them as most of my friends do. I am really looking at preventing both them and hair streching and breakage. I want to allow my hair to grow as long as it can, uncut. I have been able to grow it longer since I changed the way I detangle, brush and style it.

To sum it all up, I would love to find something to cleanse my scalp, add some body, and leave my hair soft and easy to detangle and style.

Thank you for trying to answer my question instead of only giving me the trimming lecture. I don't cut my hair for religious reasons, so such lectures are really a waste of everyone's time. Thank you!


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