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How To Recognize The Type Of Scalp


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How to recognize the type of scalp

OILY?

• The center of your face (T-zone) gets greasy by midday.

• Even with volumizing products, your roots limp cut before the day is over.

• You notice large, waxy flakes.

NORMAL?

• Seasonal changes make your facial skin more oily or dry, but generally it’s somewhere in between.

• The client’s hair doesn’t look greasy or dry if you skip shampoo for a day.

• Styling products or hair treatments don’t tend to irritate your scalp.

DRY?

• Your face is dry and so is your hair, from roots to ends.

• Your scalp’s itchy and might have powdery-fine white flakes.

• It tingles uncomfortably when you apply certain products and hair color.

COMBINATION?

• It’s a combination of both dry and oily hair types.

• Usually is dry on the ends and oily at the scalp.

• It’s common in longer hair.

How to recognize the type of scalp

OILY?

• The center of your face (T-zone) gets greasy by midday.

• Even with volumizing products, your roots limp cut before the day is over.

• You notice large, waxy flakes.

NORMAL?

• Seasonal changes make your facial skin more oily or dry, but generally it’s somewhere in between.

• The client’s hair doesn’t look greasy or dry if you skip shampoo for a day.

• Styling products or hair treatments don’t tend to irritate your scalp.

DRY?

• Your face is dry and so is your hair, from roots to ends.

• Your scalp’s itchy and might have powdery-fine white flakes.

• It tingles uncomfortably when you apply certain products and hair color.

COMBINATION?

• It’s a combination of both dry and oily hair types.

• Usually is dry on the ends and oily at the scalp.

• It’s common in longer hair.

How to recognize the type of scalp

OILY?

• The center of your face (T-zone) gets greasy by midday.

• Even with volumizing products, your roots limp cut before the day is over.

• You notice large, waxy flakes.

NORMAL?

• Seasonal changes make your facial skin more oily or dry, but generally it’s somewhere in between.

• The client’s hair doesn’t look greasy or dry if you skip shampoo for a day.

• Styling products or hair treatments don’t tend to irritate your scalp.

DRY?

• Your face is dry and so is your hair, from roots to ends.

• Your scalp’s itchy and might have powdery-fine white flakes.

• It tingles uncomfortably when you apply certain products and hair color.

COMBINATION?

• It’s a combination of both dry and oily hair types.

• Usually is dry on the ends and oily at the scalp.

• It’s common in longer hair.

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