You Can Actually Train Your Hair to Be Less Greasy—Here's How

Lindsey Metrus

Having greasy hair is a cyclical problem: You wash your hair often to keep tresses looking fresh and clean, but overwashing causes your hair to produce more oil. Is Mother Nature playing some kind cruel of joke? Here’s the thing: Once you strip your hair of its natural oils, the scalp goes into oil production overload, undoing everything you’re trying to combat. Sigh. The world is an unfair place.

Unfortunate as this news may be, it’s time to breathe a sign of relief: You can train your hair to be less greasy. How, you ask? It’s all about spacing out your washes. Sure, the first few weeks of your new hair-training regimen may be difficult—especially since the oiliness won’t halt right away—but we promise you’ll agree it was all worth it once you start seeing results. Keep scrolling for a step-by-step guide on how to stop your hair getting greasy.

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