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06-11-2008, 19:29   #1
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Dry hair

Over the last month or so, my hair is starting to get very dry - feels like straw right now. I got a hair cut about 3 weeks ago and it looked like I was losing hair at my fringe - it was just damaged/shorter hair and after the cut, it looked normal again.
This morning, it looked brutal - I have a cow's lick and it's nearly disappeared. Is there anything to put into hair to thicken it?
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06-11-2008, 21:30   #2
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Unfortunately this is the time of year that effects peoples hair and skin. Heat causes dry hair but so does wind. a hat is a great for prevention when going out into the cold. And you shouldn't wash your hair every day (if you do) 2 or 3 times a week is enough. and to help thicken the hair use combs over brushes and once a week before bed massage olive oil into the scalp, leave over night and wash the next morning with chemical free shampoo
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Wash it every day - have to shower anyway, dirty work environment.

It's short enough that I don't need to comb it and I can't wear hats! I spend more time in the car than on foot, so can't complain of the cold a lot.

Thanks for the reply, I'll try a shower cap - see if that makes a difference.

What will the olive oil do anyway?
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