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    Default Going to the hairdressers when you don't use shamp/cond?

    I shaved my head a few months ago and at the same time stopped using shampoo and conditioner. I'm going to get my hair cut tomorrow and am not sure what the protocol is. I have used bicarb and apple cider vinegar a couple of times and it comes up nicely after that, do you think that will be fine?

    I guess I'll just explain myself when I get there, which should be fine as I have been going to the same hairdresser for years and she is a friend. But I feel a bit funny about it!

    Has anyone done this? Did they think you were a feral weirdo?

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    I've used bicarb before, I'm sure that would do

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    I'm sure that as long as your hair is clean they won't mind...

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    Surely clean hair is clean hair, no matter what product you use? I'm sure yours is fine.

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    Thanks guys! You have reassured me.

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    You don't need to use shampoo and conditioner to have clean hair and I'm sure your hair is clean. Don't worry about it

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    unless she will be smelling your head, I wouldn't worry about it. hehe.

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