Random Tip of the Day 13.03.2013

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If you love hair oils, but you have thin hairs and you find that oils make your hair look greasy or weighed down, don't get disappointed! Choose a lighter/more fluid oil, use less product and apply it on wet hair (towel-dried). I have thin hairs and I can't stand oils on dry hair, they make me look greasy. When I follow the tips above though I get super soft, shiny hair without the greasy, weighed down look. Try them!



Αν αγαπάτε τα λάδια για τα μαλλιά, αλλά έχετε λεπτή τρίχα και βλέπετε ότι σας κάνουν τα μαλλιά να φαίνονται λιπαρά ή βαριά και χωρίς όγκο, μην απογοητεύεστε! Διαλέξτε ένα πιο ελαφρύ/πιο λεπτόρευστο λάδι, χρησιμοποιήστε λιγότερο προϊόν και εφαρμόστε το σε βρεγμένα μαλλιά, τα οποία έχετε στεγνώσει ελαφρώς με την πετσέτα. Έχω λεπτή τρίχα και τα μαλλιά μου δε δέχονται λάδια όταν είναι στεγνά, τα κάνουν να φαίνονται λαδωμένα. Όταν όμως ακολουθώ τα παραπάνω τρικ έχω πολύ απαλά, λαμπερά μαλλιά χωρίς το λαδωμένο, βαρύ λουκ. Δοκιμάστε τα και εσείς!



9 comments:

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  2. Great tip! I have thin hair and I just can't pull off hair oils! Ill be looking for lighter ones though! :-) xx

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    1. Look for ones with argan oil in them, like the new Garnier Miraculous Oil, it's really lightweight :) x

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  3. Same here, oils for my hair is a no-no! will have to try your tip, after all every hair type needs nourishment!

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    1. Like I replied to the girl above you, ook for hair oils with argan oil in them, like the new Garnier Miraculous Oil, it's really lightweight :) And you're right, every hair type needs nourishment and protection! x

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  4. Hey babes.

    This is so true, I do the exact same as you as I have thinned out hair and it works an absolute treat! Plus, another thing to add, if you get really oily roots, then just apply it to damp ends!

    Lots of love, Jayde Paris

    xxxxx

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