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Hannah Pryor




24 Sep 1992


Hey I'm Hannah! I'm a 19 year old college student. :)

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hannah924 asked:

13 Dec 2011

Best hair stuff for greasy hair?

I'm kind of on a crossroads here. I've always sworn by a certain shampoo and conditioner (back to basics coconut mango. Amazing!) it always left my hair super super soft. I could comb it right out of the shower with hardly any tangles. But now since I'm a poor college kid, I have to suffice with cheaper brands. Like $15 or less. I've tried a few products that I've liked enough, but they took a little getting used to. I have some leave in product that helps with the tangles. But I'm just confused now if I should be really looking for moisturizing shampoos and conditioners because my hair is never dry, frizzy, ect. It's got a slight wave, verrrry thick, but the actual hair strand is fine. And it gets nasty and oily by the end of the day. What can I use to help control the oil?



surrender says:

Posted on 14 Dec 2011

It's supposed to take away the grease when you don't wash your hair :)


jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 14 Dec 2011

I love the hair and skin products from a company called Aubrey Organics. They are all totally natural, vegan-approved (most), and they carry a full range of products. My stylist recommended them 2 me even tho her salon doesn't sell them. I use their Camomile shampoo and conditioner because my hair is kinda dry but they have products for every type of hair and also carry skin care products and makeup. You can buy them in stores like Whole Foods or online and the hair products run around $10, cheap enuf for a poor high school (me) kid or a college kid like my sister Emma. The link below is for oily hair 'cause that's what u mentioned, but ck the whole site out.


surrender says:

Posted on 16 Dec 2011

Ohh that sucks :( sorry about that! Baby powder usually works too, but you have to really make sure you shake your hair very well to get all the powder out!


hannah924 says:

Posted on 14 Dec 2011

I already own it... It works for a couple hours then my hair goes back. I want to stop producing the oil as much. Not covering it up or whatever dry shampoo does lol,

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