Do you have oily hair? Here are 8 simple ways to make them sublime

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No one should have to endure oily and devitalized hair: these beauty tips can indeed give beautiful and healthy hair.

Choose the right brush
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Space out your shampoos

We have already been told that shampoo is the ultimate way to remove excess sebum. But daily washing is not suitable for oily scalps. Indeed, paradoxically, the best way to beautify oily hair would be to reduce shampoos.

The shampoo often irritates the scalp and strips it of its natural oils, which triggers an accelerated production of sebum. The more you wash it, the more your scalp compensates by secreting sebum. Limit yourself to two or three shampoos with lukewarm water per week, and you will get amazing results.

Choose the right brush.

Did you know that your hairbrush could be partly responsible for your oily hair? Dust and hair products, such as oil or foam, accumulate on the bristles of the brush, which is too rarely cleaned or replaced, even when it is filthy.

This is why, if you have oily hair, choose a brush with spaced nylon bristles rather than supplied. Because dense hairs soften and smear the natural oils in your scalp, says Dove hair expert Cynthia Alvarez in the Huffington Post.

Stop touching your hair all the time.

It can be an unconscious gesture. We do it out of boredom, to seduce, or to concentrate without even realizing it. But you have to put an end to this bad habit if you want to have more beautiful hair, especially if your hair is oily. When you touch them, you directly pass the oil on your hands to them.

Hide the problem under an original hairstyle

There are days when there seems to be no form of product that can get the better of oily hair. We must then find a strategy, style side. You can hide your oily roots by pulling your hair back to make a messy bun or ponytail. Another handy way is to curl yourself. They will give your hair more volume, which will prevent them from being in contact with the source of sebum.

Opt for a deep wash

If your usual shampoo can no longer remove the grease from your hair, opt for a deep treatment. Several hair salons offer conditioners that perfectly cleanse the hair and remove all traces of sebum. Professional Kérastase treatments are among the most popular and effective. You can also use a clarifying shampoo once a month for a deep house wash.

Gently with dry shampoos

Dry shampoos are beneficial when you space out the washes and also want to control the grease of the hair. Certain concentrated products absorb sebum while retaining the texture of your hair and adding volume, which allows you to skip a whole week of regular shampoo, according to InStyle. The key is to find the right balance. You want to avoid relying on dry shampoos, but it can help you out using it once or twice a week.

Avoid any moisturizer

It sounds obvious, but it is always worth remembering. If you have oily hair, it is still better to avoid moisturizing shampoos, which are for dry and matt hair, or concentrated conditioners. Also, be careful not to apply oils too close to the roots (but they are perfect for the tips); the same goes for too dense foams and hairspray.

No matter if they smell wonderfully good, all of these products contain particles that stick to your strands and make them look more substantial and oily. The shampoo par excellence for oily hair must be purifying, without residue and revitalizing at the same time.

Take care of your diet

Finally, when it comes to improving the appearance of your oily hair, you can start by caring for your body. Your diet plays an essential role in your hair, the speed at which it grows, their health and tone, and of course, on the amount of sebum they generate. By following a diet low in sugars and carbohydrates, you will quickly notice an improvement in your hair. Fried foods are your worst enemy: eliminate them to get shiny hair without excess sebum.