As the most common skin type, combination skin is something majority of us have (or at least hear about a lot). It’s when the T-zone is oily, but skin everywhere else is dry.
However, did you know that there’s also combination hair? It’s when the scalp is oily, but the hair, dry—especially at the tips.
This hair type is usually found in active women as they sweat, wash, and heat-dry their tresses more frequently, which can affect the health of the hair and condition of the scalp.
The good news is, if you now know that you’ve got combination hair, you can embark on a routine that will provide the best care for it. Try these tricks for effortlessly even and beautifully balanced locks.
Text: Eugene Quek/Her World Plus
Additional reporting: Adora Wong
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