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How much do you think you should wash your hair? If you don't use shampoo everyday, what should you do? Do you leave it? Wash it with water, put oils?
Please could you tell me what you do, and any tips on what you should do?
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I think it really depends on the texture of your hair tbh. If you have thick, dry, course hair it's best to wash it once a week otherwise it can get really dry if you overwash it. Coconut oil is the best for that kind of hair.

I have thick hair. I wash 1x a week, use coconut oil after showering. Sometimes I use dry shampoo if i feel like it gets too oily.

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I agree, texture matters, and also climate. I live in the Pacific Northwest and can go 3-4 days (with dry shampoo), but when I lived in the Deep South, I washed every other day.

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I have thin hair and have to wash it every other day no matter the climate

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I usually wash my hair everyday. I know it's not recommended, but I use a very mild shampoo made for babies, there are no SLS or ALS in it, it has a surfactant called Sodium cocoamphoacetate which is very gentle and non-irritating. Sometimes I skip a day, and don't wash my hair in the evening: my hair is okay the next day, but I prefer it when it's freshly washed Plus my hair is really fine, and it always gets completely flat on the top of my head the second day.
My routine: I wash my hair with my baby shampoo, then condition with a light, silicone-free conditioner. I don't use any styling products, I try to keep it simple and natural I don't usually blow-dry, only when I'm in a hurry.

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I think you're the best person who knows your hair, you can use shampoo based on the condition of your hair, if you have worn-out hair, use bencer almond oil.

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It is depend on your condition of your Hair. If you live in home whole time then It wash it without shampoo. and don't should be wet and try it dry fast.

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I wash my hair once a week but I had to train it by extending the days. It's exhausting sometimes. But on the other hand I don't have so many split ends anymore and my hair could grow a lot.

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I wash my hair every three days. I noticed the more often I wash it the faster it becomes oily. I should say, it took my hair some time to get used to this regime (I used to wash it every day).

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