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Michiru
January 19th, 2014, 09:51 PM
So my ends tend to dry out real fast. When I condition them they are fine for the day after and part of the next and but then they become crunchy and my scalp becomes oily. When I went to George Michaels my hair stayed clean for nearly a week and the ends didn't dry out as fast (but they didn't feel as soft as when I use my conditioner.) I have tried baking soda and vinegar on my scalp but I have accepted that I will have to get my hair professionally cleaned every so often. I haven't had success with oils. Does anybody but anything on the hair when it is still dry? I just have so many split ends when it get crunchy it feels like damaged hair that has to go.

arr
January 20th, 2014, 08:28 AM
I mix a little of my regular conditioner in a spray bottle with water and spray on my ends. Then i rub a tiny bit of oil on the ends to seal in the moisture and then bun my hair. This seems to help with ends that feel dry a few days after washing.

breezefaerie
January 20th, 2014, 08:52 AM
Crunchy ends often mean that you need to clarify. Have you done that recently?

jacqueline101
January 20th, 2014, 11:02 AM
If you're needing to clarify I'd recommend vo5 vanilla tea mint set it's great and smells good too. Then I'd use the deep conditioner Aussie 3 minute miracle it's a good deep conditioner. When I use it the results last a month. I like to clarify before I do conditioning treatments and build up as others have stated cause crunchy ends.

ErinLeigh
January 20th, 2014, 02:21 PM
I like to clarify before deep treatments as well. My hair seems to absorb the conditioners better and the result are wonderful.
Matter of fact I am doing that tomorrow. Once a month works for me as a schedule.

Are you asking if there is anything you can apply to hair while dry (as in not wet) or just what to apply for dry ends in general?
If my hair is not wet but feels dry I usually lightly mist with water, add a spritz of leave in spray conditioner and then lightly seal with oil. For over all in general dryness? same thing, condition, seal. That is what works for me but I do not have long hair.

For me, if I apply oil over dry hair it does nothing to condition it.
Hair would stay dry under the oil is how I think of it. I use them to seal in moisture, not to get moisture. There are penetrating oils that are very helpful, but truly dry ends need conditioning in my personal experience.

I would try a nice deep conditioner and then seal hair and see if that helps at all. Not sure from post if you are looking for product or technique suggestions so hope I am not blathering.

What products did the GM Salon use on you hair?