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Soft, Silky Hair

For the cleanest softest hair, buy a good quality shampoo, preferably without sodium laurel and sodium laureth sulfates. Dilute 10 parts water to 1 part shampoo. Use this for shampooing, along with a small handful of baking soda; work this into your hair, then, rinse thoroughly.

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Follow with a quick vinegar rinse, a tablespoon or two in a cup of water; again, rinse thoroughly.

Finally, keep a pump bottle with a 4 to 1 ratio, water to good conditioner. Pump a small amount into the hands, and rub thoroughly into freshly shampooed wet hair. Do not rinse out.

And, if possible, find a hairstyle that minimizing the need for appliances.

Source: Practice, practice, practice

By VBartlett from Columbus, IN

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August 6, 20110 found this helpful

This is really good information. You have just saved a lot of us a lot of money! You got my vote - thank you.

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August 9, 20110 found this helpful

I have fine, oily hair. I've always diluted my shampoo. But if I left even diluted conditioner in, within an hour, I'd have an oily mess that looked like I'd not shampooed at all.

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