AHP Indie Stylist

Volume 3, Issue 2

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96 indie stylist Volume 3 Issue 2 THE INBOX "When a client has a greasy scalp, it's normally due to overactive sebaceous glands (sweat) combined with the natural production of sebum (oil). To combat this in salon, a clarifying shampoo is helpful. At home, your client can use a shampoo containing tea tree, mint, or lemon. Also, their conditioner should sit no more than 5 minutes." —Jalia Pettis, dually licensed session stylist Answers to Your Top Questions Industry pros explain what to do when clients have greasy hair Question I have a client whose roots look greasy after 1–2 days without washing. They don't put conditioner on their scalp, they clean their brushes regularly, and they don't use heavy products or anything with a lot of oils. What should I recommend they do? "Being prone to oily scalp can de nitely be frustrating. The best way to combat oil is using a dry shampoo regularly in between washes. Your client can try spraying their favorite dry shampoo in 3-inch sections at their roots, focusing on the rst 2–3 inches of growth. After applying the dry shampoo, they can use a clean cushion brush to brush all the way down the scalp, stimulating the follicle for healthy blood circulation and oil distribution." —Danielle Keasling, Ulta Beauty Pro Team, celebrity hairstylist, and Matrix/Biolage global director Our Answers KEVIN.MURPHY MAXI.WASH Detox Shampoo kevinmurphy.com.au Matrix Total Results High Amplify Dry Shampoo matrix.com

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