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I can report from recent experience that the greasiness of your hair is like a habit. You got your skin used to become very greasy by washing it too often. If you don't wash it for a longer time (say, once a week), you break the habit and it will gradually become less greasy. I used my time during Covid lockdown to look (and feel) disgustingly greasy for a ...


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Wash it less often and use a fine comb daily or even twice daily. When you wash your hair regularly it gets greasy half a day to one day before you wash it. By washing it every day your skin works very hard to provide the natural oils which protect the hair but which we see as 'dirty, greasy'. The trick is not to trigger that 'more oils' reaction and still ...


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There is a very easy fix..... Get a pair of side cuttersor pliers.... Cut the brush up into small pieces and then deal with the knotted hair as you would normally with no brush in the way. Hope this helps you. Good luck


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Getting your hair wet will just aid the hairs to stick to each other. Maybe it will help to wash it (to remove grease), and then dry it. If cutting is needed, you do not need to cut the entire mess away. Just cut selectively on the "far" end of the mess - the reference being the hairs' roots. In this way, you will maximize the good hair remaining ...


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For 10 years I've relied on castile soap, natural conditioner occasionally, and a daily application of hair pomade after showering. Personally I prefer Dr. Bronner's for my soap and conditioner, and Badger for my pomade. The washing/conditioning of hair is self-explanatory. For pomade, take an amount approximately equivalent to half the size of the final ...


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