When you’re unintentionally following the wet hair trend that was made so popular at Alexander Wang SS12, you know you’ve got a little problem on your hands. Unlike oily skin, where you can pop a couple blotting papers for a quick shine-free face, oily hair is a little harder to fix. Luckily, we found some great products and home remedies that can fix and prevent your hair from getting greasy. Clean hair, clean mind.
When you’re late and don’t have time to shower but your hair is not looking its best (maybe it was a late night out or a late night staying up), some fast fixer-uppers include mists, sprays, and dry shampoo. Take your pick!
LUSH No Drought Dry Shampoo, $12.95
Only use about a quarter-size of shampoo, rinse twice, and use conditioner on the ends of your hair, avoiding the scalp.
SHAMPOOS & CONDITIONERS:
Aveda Rosemary Mint Shampoo, $10.50
Aveda Rosemary Mint Conditioner, $10.50
= Juice of 2 lemons + 1 quart of distilled water when you wash your hair
CREATE YOUR OWN SHAMPOO:
1 cup of your regular shampoo + a tsp of Aloe Vera gel + 1 tbsp of lemon juice, mix together, wash hair, and rinse thoroughly. (Can be stored in the fridge; usually last a week and should be used every day)