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Megan takes on no-wash dare and reports through video diary

Megan Hunt is taking part in a trial to not use shampoo for six months. Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin
Megan Hunt is taking part in a trial to not use shampoo for six months. Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin Allan Reinikka

EVER wondered how long you could go without washing your hair with shampoo?

Rockhampton's Megan Hunt, who has long, curly hair, has accepted The Bulletin's challenge of not washing her hair for six months.

The challenge comes after a blog written by two women went viral. The women went two years without washing their hair and say their hair has never felt better.

The Bulletin is keen to know if this is actually the case - does your hair feel better if you don't wash it with shampoo?

This challenge will be an online-only feature with The Bulletin doing its first interview via Live Video streaming at 4pm today.

There will be video interviews for the first few weeks and then one video a month with regular updates from Megan via written diary entries.

Topics:  challenge, hair, live video, no shampoo




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