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Deep conditioning required for haystack hair!

(14 Posts)
docket Sat 11-Jun-05 19:03:39

I'm getting married on friday and my hair has suddenly decided to go all horrible - dry, flaky scalp and dry, wiry hair. Feels like it needs a serious moisture boost but I'm not sure what, if anything actually works. Any ideas?! TIA

colditz Sat 11-Jun-05 19:09:08

Dove deep treatment mask is very nice, makes my mop silky..

docket Sat 11-Jun-05 19:34:58

thanks for the tip, will be off out for some of that tomorrow!

LGJ Sat 11-Jun-05 19:37:34

Good old fashioned mayonnaise works a treat, so if you have that in the fridge you do it tonight and MN at the same time............Multi tasking

bhamai Sat 11-Jun-05 19:40:03

Cannot recommend Toni & Guy products enough - can get them at Boots

Mud Sat 11-Jun-05 19:41:33

Aussie 3 minute miracle is amazing

anchovies Sat 11-Jun-05 19:42:38

Agree with mud 3 minute miracle

docket Sat 11-Jun-05 19:47:04

I have mayo! Am heading fridgewards...

Mud Sat 11-Jun-05 19:58:42

does light mayo work? or does it have to be full fat?

pindy Sat 11-Jun-05 20:00:05

have an Indian Head Massage will work wonders - where do you live? I do this treatment.

hub2dee Sat 11-Jun-05 20:00:51

If you search archives there was another thread with same dilema. I recommended olive oil.

pindy Sat 11-Jun-05 20:01:29

good quality oils and a massage

hub2dee Sat 11-Jun-05 20:02:19

Before you grab the mayo...

Here .

docket Sat 11-Jun-05 20:14:03

am slathered in mayo! if that doesn't work i'm going to try the olive oil (thanks for that link hub2dee).

pindy, indian massage sounds lovely, am in north west london (nw10).

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