So during the summer I transitioned to poo-free, but I went to get a haircut today, and the lady who cut it insisted on washing it. She was looking at my hair and thought I had some kind of product in it, probably because my scalp has been pretty flaky, and my hair a bit greasy, since transitioning. After she gave it a good wash and cut it, she told me I need to take care of my hair because it's very thin, or else I might lose it...! My hair has always been thin, but is this something to be concerned about, or should I just give it more time?
For those who are successfully poo-free, how and when do you clean/care for your hair? I've been just cleaning it with water once a week, scratching and then rubbing all over my scalp. I then brush it and sometimes comb it just once and then wear it up every day before cleaning it again. (It's been looking better up than down.) Sometimes I brush it again if it doesn't look good, but that just seems to make it oilier.
Any tips to improve my flaky, greasy, poo-free hair and scalp? More or less brushing/combing? Maybe eliminate the scalp-scratching in the shower and just massage or run my fingers through, or even just get it wet? Wash it/wet it more or less often?