Choose the Right Shampoo: Use a clarifying shampoo to address the oily scalp, focusing on the roots. Avoid sulfates, as they can strip moisture from the ends.
Condition with Caution: Apply conditioner only to the mid-lengths and ends of your hair to avoid weighing down the roots. Choose a lightweight, hydrating conditioner.
Hydrate Ends: Apply a leave-in conditioner or hair oil to your dry ends to provide much-needed moisture.
Avoid Overwashing: While you need to manage the oily scalp, avoid overwashing, as it can further dry out your ends. Aim for 2-3 times a week.
Cold Water Rinse: After shampooing and conditioning, rinse your hair with cold water. This helps close the cuticles, reduce frizz, and maintain moisture.
Use Dry Shampoo Strategically: Use a dry shampoo on your oily scalp to absorb excess oil, extending the time between washes.
Scalp Massage: Gently massage your scalp while washing to stimulate circulation and regulate oil production.