Hair that gets greasy after the Brazilian straightening is a fact that horrifies most of you. This is the case for fine hair that tends to get greasy very quickly. Being a smoothing technique rich in keratin and moisturizing agents, it is likely to cause this problem.
Should straightening be avoided for oily hair?
Even if you have oily and fine hair, you can dare Brazilian straightening on the lengths only as long as the problem of oily hair touches the roots.
Shampoo for oily hair
The brand take care and Marcia Teixeira are very effective for the problem of oily hair. Oily hair requires special care and regular washing, but with the right choice of shampoo and products, it is possible to put an end to this nightmare.
Opting for anti-oily hair shampoos
The basis of the anti-oily hair treatment is to use a shampoo adapted to this type of hair or an ultra-gentle shampoo with a neutral PH. This will allow you to wash your hair as much as you want as soon as you feel the need, taking care not to damage your scalp.
Only, it is preferable to use very small quantities of well-diluted product and to wash your hair ultra-fast.
Apply a homemade clay mask, leave it on for 10 minutes, rinse with warm water and then apply your shampoo.
Add 3 to 4 drops of orange, lavender or sage essential oils to your shampoo. They are ideal for oily hair because of their tonic and antiseptic properties.
And to further optimize rinsing, use 2 teaspoons of vinegar mixed with 2 drops of thyme or rosemary oil diluted in one litre of mineral water.