Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Need Hairapy

Ok I don't know about any of you but I happen to suffer oily skin and hair.  Unfortunately I wasn't blessed with perfect skin or hair but hey you work with what you got.  I'm the type of person who has to wash their hair everyday and if I don't well then it just looks gross. 

On to my BIG problem:  Yesterday I noticed after I washed my hair and blow-dried it that at the top of my scalp my hair looked oily and felt weird (kind of like dried hair gel).  Ok I chalked it up to maybe I didn't have enough shampoo in my hair.  Today-I washed my hair twice got out toweled off put on lotion then proceeded to dry my hair.  Well wouldn't you know it look EXACTLY like it did yesterday-ahhhhhhhh!  Now I'm thinking maybe it's because I first put lotion on and some of it got in my hair to make it weird.  So what do you think I did.  If you said washed my hair again then ding, ding, ding, you were absolutely correct.  And can any of you guess how my hair looked after blow drying it AGAIN--IT LOOKED FREAKING OILY!!!

Now as many of you can guess I'm a little annoyed at this point; I have never had this problem before and now all of a sudden it's been out of control for the past couple of days.  I did do a little research and saw that I could dye or highlight my hair because it'll dry out your hair.  Ok I can do that, I can go buy a bottle of hair dye if it'll work.  But my question is what really works, what types of shampoo are good for oily hair.  I'm desperate and I can't stand the way my hair is looking so it's up to you bloggy world to help a sister out.


Jessica said...

Try Paul Mitchells Green Tea scalp therapy... You can get it at ulta... It does wonders... (Before you die it... you can also dry it out with a good old dip or two in a highly chlorinated pool)

Tracy said...

Shoot I was just going to tell you about the green tea shampoo too but I see I was beat to it. I think that this shampoo could help. It's really good shampoo.
Let us know how it goes!

sudiegirl said...

Both ideas are good.

When in doubt, though, I'd say go to a stylist you trust.