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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
Dove deep treatment mask is very nice, makes my mop silky..
thanks for the tip, will be off out for some of that tomorrow!
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
Cannot recommend Toni & Guy products enough - can get them at Boots
Aussie 3 minute miracle is amazing
Agree with mud 3 minute miracle
I have mayo! Am heading fridgewards...
does light mayo work? or does it have to be full fat?
have an Indian Head Massage will work wonders - where do you live? I do this treatment.
If you search archives there was another thread with same dilema. I recommended olive oil.
good quality oils and a massage
Before you grab the mayo...
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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