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    Kate
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    I am going to bring her a dry shampoo. I think what will work for her is to get her hair washed at the salon when her sister takes her to the supermarket, then use dry shampoo to extend the time before she has to wash it herself.

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    JD

    @JadeY I think i will try that. I don’t have overly oily hair but just since it’s so thin the oil mats it easier than if i has more hair to absorb it. I really can’t go the day after washing without at least dry shampoo. My hairdresser has the same hair and she taught me to sometimes just wash the top. I section it off. That helps and keeps the length from getting dry. I want to try the one you recommended though.

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    Kate

    I might try the Plump stuff too. I don’t have a ton of extra hair myself.

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    JD

    @kate let me know if you try it before i post. I like the ones I’ve tried but plumping interests me.

    Oh and Sephora no longer sells my Givency night mask. If you all aren’t using a night mask yet let me tell you. Changed my life (skin wise). I cannot live without it anymore. You can do a light coat for a normal night cream or more and basically fall asleep with the mask. My skin has never been better.

    Just bitter Sephora doesn’t sell it because i try to buy what i can there as i have the free 2 day shipping ($10/year) and like to keep my Rogue status for sales, so the more i can spend there the better.

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    JD

    Oh and silk pillowcases!

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    JadeY
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    Yes try it, it’s under 6 dollars not too much is spent just in case you don’t like it.
    So are satin pillow cases the secret to wake up with great hair? Some of you ladies mention that your blowout can last for days and I have always wondered how cause my hair is a mess the following day.

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    JD

    Satin causes the hair to slide against it not rub so it’s better for your hair.

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    Kate
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    To make my blowout last, I put it in a very high ponytail with a scrunchie, and sleep like that. My mom just got the Slip brand scrunchies, which are silk or satin, and said she had to do NOTHING to her hair this morning. Scrunchie keeps your roots lifted and your hair from getting squashed or tangled. I use texturizer or volumizer the 2nd and 3rd day, then dry shampoo, and wash on 5th day. Sometimes 6th.

    The silk pillowcase is supposed to help with frizz AND skin wrinkles. I know I should have gotten one long ago. My grandmother used one.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by avatar Kate.
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    Ange

    I have a silk pillowcase, it does help a lot.

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    JD

    There’s a cute set on amazon that comes with a silk pillowcase, a sleep mask and a hair bonnet. I don’t wear the bonnet much (also silk) but when I do my hair comes out as though it was never touched. I also cannot sleep without my sleep mask anymore. Changed my life the first day I started. Just have to make sure that alarm is set, maybe two, as the light blocking can cause me to sleep in easily.

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