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We’re untangling the myths and misconceptions behind the age old question: how often should you wash your hair?
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Some people may was their everyday, others may only need to wash their hair once a week or once every two weeks. Many people often find themselves asking the same question: how often should I wash my hair? We're here to tackle that question.

In this episode of MANE, we're breaking down the ins and outs of wash day, wash routine, natural hair care, washing hair, different types and textures like curly hair, kinky hair, straight hair, and we'll also answer some other questions like, what does tender headed mean?

When it comes to hair, hair washing, and hair care routines, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Different hair types, hair style, and hair textures require different care. Let's break it down and untangle this complication subject.

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