For some, a blowout can endure nearly a week without any greasiness surfacing; others can't count themselves so lucky.
SHAMPOO SMARTER "Concentrate the shampoo at the roots, behind the ears, and at the nape of the neck where there is the most oil production so it doesn't bleed through the hair," explains hairstylist Rodney Cutler. "Massage with the balls of your fingers in a circular motion, but don't use nails because it will create breakage at the roots."
DRY OUT When oil makes a midday appearance, flip hair upside down and generously douse it at the roots with a dry shampoo. "Another option to try is witch hazel on a cotton pad tapped onto your scalp," adds celebrity stylist Jenny Cho.
GO WITH IT Stylist Theodore Leaf suggests embracing the oil. "Create a deep side part and pull into a tight, low ponytail, then use hairspray [like Suave Professionals Touchable Finish Extra Hold Hairspray, $3] to clean up flyaways and make it shine," he says