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I have Ridiculously Dry Hair! HELP


So I live in a super dry climate. Most women can't maintain long hair here because it is so dry.

I want to know your soft healthy hair habits that keep your hair from being dry and damaged, and without split ends!

I currently am using a deep conditioner once a week, and a leave in every day. In addition I air dry my hair, and i do not use any heat tools. I keep my hair loose, in a pony, or a messy bun, sometimes a i braid it.

I had it Salon coloured 3 months ago, and a perm 2 months ago(I have such boring straight hair, just needed a change)

My hair is naturally poker straight, super fine, oily at the scalp, and although it is fine, I have quite a bit of it!

What are your routines and favourite products!?

Apr 18, 2021 @ 10:24 am

9 Replies



Use a good shampoo with no parabens like Live Clean or Nexus.
Apr 19, 2021 @ 05:17 am

Coconut oil

Once a week (or every other week) I use coconut oil. Massage my scalp with it bring it to my roots, put my hair in a bun and go to sleep. It does stain pillows & sheets, so I put a towel over the pillow. Wash out in the morning with my shampoo.
Apr 19, 2021 @ 08:21 am

Coconut oil for the win!

Use coconut oil before shower 1-2x a week...... Slather it all over for 10-15min before you hop in the shower for extra moisture! I buy it in a litre pump bottle so it's super easy to use. Be sure to use good shampoo and conditioner as well without all the additives. Do a hair masque once a week too!
Apr 19, 2021 @ 11:42 am

expensive... but works!

I have struggled with dry hair for the past few years and tried every product possible (including oils) and these are the 2 products that saved my hair.. yes these products are pricey but 100% worth every dollar in my opinion. I use the Olaplex number 3 treatment once or twice a week and leave it in damp hair for about 45 minutes then i rinse, shampoo and apply the Amika the cure hair mask. this combo leaves my hair feeling amazing!
Apr 19, 2021 @ 12:02 pm

Sulfate Free

I switched to using sulfate free shampoo's and conditioners a couple of years ago and my hair has held a better condition for it. I had some loss of thickness and body, but after swapping SLS and paraben laden products for sulphate free, and not over-washing my hair, after a few months I saw a difference.

My top favourite SLS free brands are:

MAUI Moisture

Bondi Boost

OGX organic hair care range
Apr 27, 2021 @ 12:04 pm

Dry Hair

There is such a thing as washing hair too often and oils can be stripped from the hair. Also, you may be surprised to know that what you eat also has a lot to do with keeping hair healthy and shiny.Try not to use curling irons as heat does damage.
May 08, 2021 @ 05:24 pm
Sandra Ribeiro

Sulfate free

I had the same issue until I switched to sulfate snd paraben free shampoos and conditioner. Made a huge difference!
May 10, 2021 @ 10:33 am

Virgin Olive Oil or Coconut Oil for dry scalp

I usually having a dry scalp or my hair slecially after birth, its really a messy hair. all i did is massage my scalp with some virigin olive oil or if i dont have it available, i will use and massage it with coconut oil and leave it for 30 minutes then wash with a little shampoo and conditioner. do it atleast 2-3 x a week.
May 10, 2021 @ 10:58 am

Moroccan oil

I’ve used Moroccan oil to help with my dry hair. I get it from the salon both the leave in dry oil and the blow dry spray. A little goes a very long way. I have long thick but fine hair and don’t need very much of the product to get the benefits. The salons that I get it from give a 20%discount when you go back with the empty bottle to replace it which helps offset the cost of the product.
May 10, 2021 @ 02:58 pm

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