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Jackie Walsh

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Hi everybody: I'm a guy who likes fashion and hopes to be a fashion writer.  I stumbled on this site accidentally, and fell in love with it. Since I joined, I have found  everyone to be fabulous--so accepting and non-judgmental. And that's been really special because it's not always been easy being a fashion-oriented boy who's into stuff girls like and isn't really very boyish.

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Published on: 08 Jan 2012 by jackie_walsh

Winter Dry Scalp: a Helpful Tip

Okay, so do any of you get dry scalp in the winter? My hair is normally okay, but come November, my scalp gets really dry with all the stuff that goes with it—like flakes. When my sister told me that my new blue  cardi had white on it, I totally freaked out. It looked awful.


 


Now it's not like I neglect my hair and scalp. I always use really good shampoo and conditioner (I love all the hair and skin products from Aubrey Organics [ahttp://www.aubrey-organics.com/custom.aspx?id=8] and, for you vegans, most of them are vegan approved.) Plus I switch from the camomile line for ‘normal’ hair to desert herb with aloe for dry hair in the Winter. I also use a deep conditioning mask about every two weeks or so. But still, I get dry and flaky in cold weather. I totally hated it.



Then I found this simple tip that worked for me. I read the instructions on the back of my conditioner and it said that to condition dry hair more deeply to rub in the conditioner on dry hair starting with the scalp and working out to the ends. (It does take a little bit more conditioner on dry hair). Then you leave it on for 15-30 minutes and then shampoo and condition your hair normally.


 


Well, voila!! As soon as I started to style my hair I could tell it was much softer and easier to work with! And then it passed the blue cardi test---I was completely flakeless (Most people think I'm flaky :D). Now I do it about once a week or so, and so far it's worked. So if any of you guys have the same problem, give this a try--I think you;ll love the results. <3

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isy

isy says:

Posted on 13 Jan 2012

I tried this out today. It really made my hair a lot softer! THANKS for sharing

caslynn

caslynn says:

Posted on 27 Mar 2012

This is such a great tip! Isy referred me here when I asked a question about handling naturally curly hair that is also naturally dry. I'll try it tonight, thanks so much for posting!

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