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    Flour. Wendy Schultz - Cooking & Kitchen Tips & Techniques.

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    Dry Shampoo using Cornstarch or Flour - Use a dry sponge or your fingers to apply about one tablespoon or less onto the roots of your hair, focusing on the areas where it is most oily. Let sit for 3-5 minutes, then brush through hair with fingers or a comb. This method can be used for multiple days in a row to reduce oil and unwanted shine.

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