I’ve been told that I have “dry hair” – why don’t you make “products for dry hair” labeled as such for my condition?

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Are you decidedly, categorically DRY?

Dry hair, as far as the hair products marketing racket goes, is a selling category (a symptom rather) and not a permanent condition. The mass-market products sell you a product that keeps you IN that category, so they can continue to market to your type.

‘Dry hair’ CAN BE and is fixed all the time by our line, being the opposite of what you are used to. Longhairs® products bring hair to normal, no matter where you started. We do not treat your current condition to keep it that way.

The ‘dry hair’ oxymoron is like ‘hungry people’ – once they are fed, ARE they still hungry people? No. With our stuff, you get progression to normal, and it takes as many different paths to get there as there are reasons for dry hair ending up titled as such. According to the market, almost everyone’s hair is categorized as dry, or rather it is dried out and with their products it stays that way.

Our clients who use our products properly don’t get dry-feeling hair.

Our clients and users don’t have ‘dry hair’ because the condition is corrected and the client is retrained. We move forward from there. See more below if you don’t understand this reasoning.

Before you read on, we are MANY years past being some sort of ‘theory’. We have 2 choices: to ‘market’ to you using your/their language, or to tell you the truth. Frankly our clients are very tired of marketing.

Face it, watch the news: people are in love with sensationalism. Click-words sell products, but they won’t fix your problem. What IS the problem? I ask you, can you be more specific? But can you? Is it ‘dry’ or does it feel terrible and that’s the definition you know. Market teaches you that terrible feeling hair is you not them; that’s your hair type.

Have you ever used a ‘dry hair’ category of shampoo or conditioner and had it cure it? I suspect not.

Is it washing that makes the hair ‘dry’? With other stuff very likely.

Depends what you use AND how you use it, both. Try not washing it, it gets more dry. Myth One, blown out of the water.

If it’s repelling water, does that make it ‘dry’? You bet.

Do people who swim in clean, fresh water every day get dry hair? No. Why is it that 99% of people out there have ‘dry hair’. Dry hair products and decidedly dry hair thinking, doesn’t accomplish a single thing. Perhaps that’s all there is out there; in fact it is all there is out there – that’s why you are here.

So let’s say the dryness is not an issue – oh but… but… it’s a general sell-word and people use it a lot. It’s not a constructive description of what may be happening to your hair. What else would, you ask? Try explaining it, think outside the box. What makes you think it is dry?

Try this: do you have symptoms? Yes, we can fix those things; but not illness, dryness, sleeplessness, cluelessness, fatness, skinnyness, hungriness – that one you know is malnutrition. But is malnutrition not eating right? not eating often enough? or simply hungriness? It is a symptom.

Words are not fixable without learning to work with detail.

Is it ‘dry’ in the shower? No – with our system water is your hair’s friend. So was it ‘dry’ when you were a child, ‘dry’ as an adolescent when you had pimples? Is your skin ‘dry’? Is your hair ‘dry’? Is your scalp ‘dry’? Is it ‘dry’ with oil on it? Is it ‘dry’ after weeks of no washing? Is it dry…

Try to realize, it’s not grease or oil it needs; oily hair attracts dirt and grit, and grit wears out your hair and gives split ends. You know that doesn’t fix it. Longhairs® does, but we have to fix you first. Turn off the T.V. thinking.

Second, realize the bachelor’s rule: dirty socks wear out faster than clean ones.

Third, the longer you go between washings, the drier your hair and scalp will be. If you use Longhairs® it gets more moist (when used as she directs).

We have done surveys, and 99% of the population thinks they are drying up. Who do they blame? Try it – ask them. Is it the products, methods, or myths? And did it help? No, I’m sure. Are they eating no fats? Don’t think so. Are they using shampoo that is not Longhairs®? Most definitely.

Targeting one myth: would washing your hair daily make it ‘dry’? Does washing your face or brushing your teeth make them ‘dry’? It’s what you get and what you do with it. Does watering plants daily make them dry?

Does hanging out with friends lead you into trouble and cause you to get no sleep? Only some do.

Does sex make you pregnant? Does more sex make you more pregnant? Does a little sex make you less pregnant?

If you like something, you’ll want to do it more often. You’ll make the time.

Now let’s get back to shampoo: Is oily hair less ‘dry’?…..

I persist… Does eating 6 meals a day make you fat, simply that? Ask a hypoglycemic, or a regular person on the same eating system. Will one meal a day of cake will make you fatter?

Washing with harsh crap WILL manage to make your hair drier for sure!

We have a line-up waiting for us to wash their hair 75 times with Longhairs®, and condition it a mere once, and it feels heavenly. That could prove my point: it would feel softer and more moist than ever. If it is not drying it out, one can continue doing it. It will be good, keep it up.

I’ve almost made my point, but will you believe me? No. If you believe what you hear from the herd, you can let your hair get greasy/drying out all the time and see how sad you’ll feel. It could start to smell too. It’s not necessary to think long hair is supposed to be always oily to the tips.

Our hair is maintained in a different manner, and you smell fresh and you shine!!

If something is made a certain way, say like our long hair stuff, just think – we wouldn’t be making it for this long if it was drying out hair! Think outside the box.

We wouldn’t advise you use our products a certain way if the results weren’t true. Think out of the box.

If you want dry hair, use that ol’ market dry hair-making shampoo. If you want to keep dry hair, don’t listen to Longhairs®. That’s right, if you want dry hair, don’t listen.

Use our stuff as directed. Don’t change the directions of a good thing because you ‘thought’ the instructions didn’t pertain to you, or doesn’t sound cookie-cutter typical.

Don’t misuse our wonderful stuff in order to feed the will to fail. We did not omit testing on your individual hair type. Many years later – and no, all the clients here don’t have hair exactly like Ms LML, so don’t mess with success.

Learn how to learn.

Technique is one thing (it matters in sex too) and the facts and then practice are another.

Here, if you don’t use it right, it’s like sex; it may not feel as right as it could. It’s not the equipment at fault, and it’s not the product.

Don’t bet your money on staying dry-haired around here; you could lose the bet. This technique does not apply to other product lines. Other products will still likely ruin your hair if used as often as once a week – we are sooooo different!!

Long hair is not ‘dry’ hair. But it does show you the linitations of what they can do.

Dry hair shampoo doesn’t fix ‘dry’ hair; people do. Longhairs® does all the time, every time.

And diet foods are not for those who are slim. Think about it; hungry people are not hungry when you feed them well and often. And hair? Don’t deny yourself all the pampering of 20 minutes a day. For hungry hair, no oil masking malnutrition. MagicPack feeds you well.

95% of ‘dry’ hair that comes in is incorrectly labeled and treated before coming to Longhairs®.

Come and get your situation corrected, regardless what it is called. If you want it fixed, we are here. If not, sorry about your hair’s luck; maybe someday you’ll have lucky hair that gets brought here.


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