Does she use salon quality color, or drugstore stuff? Drugstore stuff will really mess up your hair, salon stuff can actually improve the way your hair feels.sanchezf said:I have a beautican (sp?) do it, but it's done out of here house (family member)
Nickel said:Does she use salon quality color, or drugstore stuff? Drugstore stuff will really mess up your hair, salon stuff can actually improve the way your hair feels.
I've had serious problems with it. I'll go a few years and forget why I don't use it...then color my hair, and instantly it's dried out and tangly.jwwb2000 said:I personally haven't had any issues with drugstore hair color. But I know what works with my hair and what doesn't.
Are you due for a haircut anytime soon? Next time you go to the salon, I'd explain to the stylist what problems you're having, and she (having actually seen and touched your hair, as opposed to us, who really can't give you the best help) might be able to steer you in the right direction. She may even be able to recommend some sort of treatment to get your hair back on track.sanchezf said:Is there anything I can do to help it now though?
Buy some Nexus Humetress conditioner, (Target sells it now), and use about a penny size amount, and put it halfway down your hair and towards the ends. Stay away from your scalp area. Do not rinse it out. That will give it immediate softness without an oily feel.sanchezf said:Ok Ladies you seem pretty knowledgable, so I'm thinking you can help me.
I have long hair, very thin, very dry: yet if I put products in it (i.e. condition, spray silk, hairspray) to make it soft it get's very greesy, very quick.
and before anyone says it: yes I was my hair every day, just very oily scalp..
Thanks in advance
Never seen it, but it's definently an idea for me. I'm starting to really like my natural color but it's kinda dull. I'll have to make a trip to Target tonight. Thanks for the idea.nomoney said: