What would cause a person's hair to become greasy?

Make sure you apply hair product into hair that will adsorb into hair quickly. Usually hair product that doesn't adsorb into hair that well will weigh hair down and can causes excess oils.

If hair is greasy, you should use a dry shampoo, and resort to hair products with a light amount of oil, shea butter, avocado, etc. Usually if hair is greasy you'd have to wash your hair twice in one session to make sure the shampoo fully lathers into your hair.

3 Replies to “What would cause a person's hair to become greasy?”

  1. Usually genetics. Unless your intake of fats is off the table, you inherited oily hair. This is not necessarily bad, if your skin is also oily, you will age gracefully.

    Dry shampoos will absorb oils, but will not clean anything. I don't know if you are male or female, but washing every day is ok, even preferable. If you get a good lather, no need to shampoo again.

    I agree that many of the products used today create greasy hair, and the answer there is to stop using them.

  2. Oil from your scalp.
    Sweat.
    Gel.
    Hair oil.
    Hair wax.
    Pomade.
    Conditioner.
    Shine serum.
    Leave in conditioner.
    Heat spray.

    Basically anything you put in your hair that isn't drying can make your hair greasy.

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