Tips For Thin Hair and Oily Hair

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This content was sponsored by Aussie, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.

I’ve learned a lot after moving to different parts of the country several times over the last couple of years. My husband and I both grew up in Utah, we moved to Connecticut so he could attend grad school, then moved to the Midwest for a job right after graduation. As you can imagine I’ve had a lot of different hair stylists with all those moves under my belt. When I meet with a new stylist there are two things I know she is going to say!

  • Your hair is prone to build up
  • You have really thin hair, but you have a ton of it!

Tips for thin hair. I have really thing hair, but I have a lot of it! It's also prone to be oily on the crown of my head. Check out my tips for turning your thin, oily hair beautiful again! www.Embellishmints.com
I’ve also been dying my hair blonde ever since we graduated. I guess it was my way of saying, “Hey! You deserve to spend a little money on yourself!” I’ve loved it but I also know how damaging it can be. Because of going blonde, and because I want my hair to be as healthy as possible I’ve definitely taken my stylists’ advice to heart.

They’ve all given me a few tips on how to work with both thin hair, and oily hair. I thought I’d share some of those tips with you today!

  1. Don’t wash your hair everyday
  2. Only condition the ends
  3. Deep condition once a week max, with great products like Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Strong Conditioning Treatment.”
  4. Use dry shampoo on days you don’t shampoo, until your hair is used to not being washed everyday
  5. Switch your part every couple of months to help with volume
  6. Sleep with your hair in a loose bun on top of your head, to help with volume

Tips for thin hair. I have really thing hair, but I have a lot of it! It's also prone to be oily on the crown of my head. Check out my tips for turning your thin, oily hair beautiful again! www.Embellishmints.com

I’ve really noticed a difference since I started “training” my hair. When I had my oldest son I started washing it every other day, just for time sake. It was annoying to me because I wasn’t used to it, and I hate the feeling of oily hair. Then I discovered dry shampoo and that made all the difference in the world. Now that I’ve trained my hair to go more than a day or two between shampoos I don’t have to use dry shampoo everyday! I would say I wash it twice a week and that has worked out perfectly for me. My boys can only be trusted on their own for so long ya know!Tips for thin hair. I have really thing hair, but I have a lot of it! It's also prone to be oily on the crown of my head. Check out my tips for turning your thin, oily hair beautiful again! www.Embellishmints.com

Deep conditioning my hair once a week has made a difference, too. While my hair close to the crown of my head is oily, the ends are dry! So dry.Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Strong Conditioning Treatment really is a miracle. Remember, I don’t have a lot of time to spend in the shower. Plus, it has 3x the moisturizing power so my hair feels nourished and hydrated after I use it.

Doing a weekly deep conditioning for your hair is really important! Especially {especially} if you color it often. Coloring your hair can be damaging, and expensive. So if you’re willing to shell out a lot of money each month, spend 3 minutes a week deep conditioning it so your hair looks as fabulous as you hope!

We’re all busy, right? One thing I’ve found that I absolutely love shopping on Amazon, and having my Aussie’s 3 Minute Miracle Strong Conditioning Treatment, and other great products shipped to my home. It’s a huge time-saver. Not to mention it can be a bit of a nightmare taking two, soon to be three, little boys to the store.

Do you have thin and/or oily hair? Share some hair care tips below.
Have you ever used Aussie’s 3 Minute Miracle Strong Conditioning Treatment?

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  1. December 27, 2016 / 8:04 pm

    such great tips! my hair is thin and oily, and i cannot live without dry shampoo

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