How are long haired people not washing their hair every day?

How are long haired people not washing their hair every day?
It is in touching things when you are traveling to work or doing groceries. Brushing off public seats and clothes that have been everywhere.
How are people not grossed out by that?
I don’t want that in my bed.

26 thoughts on “How are long haired people not washing their hair every day?

  1. Anonymous says:

    No poo cultists are mentally ill, they enjoy smelling like shit and being all greasy.
    They believe ‘nature’ will magically balance things out regardless of how hecking dirty smelly and oily they are

    • Anonymous says:

      I am talking about normal people.
      And the question applies to women as well. They go around outside, their hair and clothes touch all kinds of places and they bring it to the pillows…

      • Anonymous says:

        >bring it to the pillows…
        Do you not shower after coming home? And unless you’re rubbing your head against any public surface like a bear against a tree, no, you’re not going to have anything in your hair unless you’ve been walking through a literal hurricane

    • Anon says:

      He looks like he washes his hair every day, dreadlocks are different though and even if washed they often stink they will have bits of weed, cigarettes and fluff from bed clothes or even food stuck inside, they might smell burnt in the or keep a moudly damp smell from the wet, they can also smell like body sweat, vinger or funky animal smell or other offensive odors.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >touching things when you are traveling to work
    my car is always clean
    >doing groceries
    wtf do you do with your hair while shopping?!
    >public seats
    >clothes that have been everywhere
    stop being poor and use your own car
    or use a bike or simply stop hecking touching things with your hair, it’s in your head, not your feet

  3. Anonymous says:

    >How are long haired people not washing their hair every day?
    It’s actually pretty easy, just set the shower head a bit lower

    • Anonymous says:

      the original no-poo routine wasn’t no wash, they just didn’t use commercial shampoos.
      hair is rinsed regularly and occasionally given a deep scrub with baking soda, then conditioned with a mild acid like diluted coffee or apple cider vinegar.

      the thinking was that commercial shampoo hecks up the pH balance of your scalp and strips your hair of its natural oil, damaging it and necessitating commercial conditioner to repair the damage. a vicious cycle.

      • Anonymous says:

        This really sounds like cope from people with dogshit hair genetics inventing a self-fulfilling prophecy of ensuring their hair remains dogshit B-B-BUT ITS INTENTIONAL so they don’t feel inferior.

        • Anonymous says:

          Nah it’s completely true, but instead of going no-poo you should use a less harsh hair soap once or twice per week max.

          • Anonymous says:

            This. I wash my hair twice a week with a shampoo from a random hippie brand, brush them, and then let them dry naturally. Works well enough, and doesn’t require this much time to maintain them

  4. Anonymous says:

    paradoxically, washing them daily makes them greasier cause glands going crazy
    every 3 days seemed to do the job for me back when I wore long hair
    it’s not that filthy. You instinctively avoid touching your had to things, think of people’s phones and fact they sleep with it.
    or cash, damn, those things are dirty

    • Anonymous says:

      That’s exactly why I want to wash my hair when it stays over the jacket that I left on the public hanger of the restaurant.
      Too many gays and gayottesses don’t wash their hands.
      Extreme? Maybe. But that filth then brushes all over my bed and my face.

      • Anonymous says:

        >That’s exactly why I want to wash my hair when it stays over the jacket that I left on the public hanger of the restaurant.
        this is psycho germaphobe behavior

  5. Anonymous says:

    If you wash it with stuff that’s actually meant for hair and scalp and it’s not just some Head and Shoulders bs that just hecks up your scalp, your scalp won’t turn into an oily mess instantly.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I’m a guy and I need to shower daily to put product/gel in my hair so my head doesn’t turn into kuriboh. Humidity is annoying.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I had my hair at that length and kinda that style for a bit but I washed everyday. Sometimes just water, sometimes conditioner, and two times a week with shampoo. It’s pretty simple

  8. Anonymous says:

    I have not used soap on my hair or body in 3 months (except my hands and my dick when I heck my gf anally).
    Nobody has noticed. I don’t smell and my hair isn’t greasy. Also, my skin is way smoother now.

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