Best Products for Oily Hair
Nothing is worse than having that limp, lank, need-a-shower look. Except for having that look right after a shower. Oily hair is a curse for many women, who tend to compensate by washing hair even more frequently. However, frequent washing can compound the problem because oily hair isn't caused by an oily scalp. The opposite is true - women with dry scalps tend to have oily hair because their scalps overcompensate for the dryness by producing more oil, which gets deposited on hair. First, consider your style and skin type. If your hair is oily around your face, or you find that your bangs get oily fast, then try putting hair back in a barrette or ponytail to keep it off your face. There are plenty of products on the market designated for "dry or damaged hair," but those who have oily hair need products that don't weigh hair down or make it appear greasier.