I wouldn't put vinegar in my hair, I don't care if it's good for it or not. It stinks, and it will take at least 3 washings to get out the smell. Mayonnaise...put it on dry hair...put a shower cap on for about an hour, wash and dry. That's what I do every 6 months or so. Makes it soft and shiny.

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Well, thats the last time I'll ever eat mayonnaise...

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O K...? Not like I put the mayonnaise back in the jar and return it to the store...?....

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Im sure glad someone finially asked this Q. When I was little I can remember my mother washing our hair with vinegar many times cause we were poor. (13 kids she had) Now at the ripe old age of 54 I'm finding out my hair is really coming out if I gently pull on it. Weather or not it has to do with the vinegar my mom used so many yrs. ago is a very good Q! Thanks!

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vinegar will get rid of dandruff, and wash out soap residue, if you can get past the smell.

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i hear that egg whites are very effective conditioners for dry hair. i wouldn't use vinegar either.

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sorry, but ya got that one wrong!! you'd use egg YOLKS for conditioning dry hair!! the whites would make the hair even more dry!! the YOLKS have all the essential fats/oils that the hair could use............just don't rinse with water that's too hot, or you'll have scrambled eggs in your hair!! lol

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OMG the IGNORANCE of some people!<br />
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I'm a retired hairdresser & happy to help.<br />
Vinegar is only to be used as a final rinse; after you've shampooed your hair, and rinsed very well, & by the way using warm then cool NOT HOT OR COLD water, you squeeze the water out of your hair, and, depending on how long your hair is,,,,,use DILUTED VINEGAR NEVER FULL STRENGTH....generally 1 part vinegar to 2 parts water; so in a measuring cup, say, 1/3 cup vinegar to 2/3 of water........just pour it over your hair, MAKE SURE YOU KEEP YOUR EYES CLOSED.............and DO NOT RINSE OUT........THE SMELL goes away in a few seconds.<br />
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What vinegar does is make the hair shiny,as it lays down the little cuticles on the hair shaft..like shingles on a roof........there is nothing wrong with using this as a rinse; people have been doing it for years and years!!<br />
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as for your dry hair, USE SHAMPOOS AND CONDITIONERS MADE FOR dry hair..........<br />
one I like for my crappy coarse, gray hair (!!) is L'Oreal's Evercreme, CONDITIONING SHAMPOO......<br />
it's one product that cleans and conditions.......<br />
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but do try the vinegar rinse if you use regular shampoo for dry hair; you could actually skip using the conditioner, as that's what the vinegar rinse would be for!!<br />
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so I hope I helped..........if you have any further questions or concerns, please DO NOT hesitate to ask.<br />
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as for the others on here,,,,,,,,no hope for some people!!

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