Pamela has just found out about oil rinsing and because my hair terminology video was so helpful, she wants an explanation for how to do an oil rinse on natural hair.
Hair Tip #1 Oil Rinse on Freshly Shampooed Hair and Rinse With Warm to Cool Water
Begin with product free freshly shampoo washed hair to give you your best results. To make sure that the result of your oil rinse was purely from this oil washing process, you have to wash your hair with a sulfate shampoo for a deep cleanse that will strip away and grim or possible product buildup from your hair. Do not regularly use a sulfate shampoo to serve as your regimen shampoo, only use a sulfate shampoo to deep cleanse your hair.
Top 5 Rated Sulfate Shampoo Hair Care Products
Rusk Purify Cucurbita and Tea Tree Oil Deep Cleansing Shampoo http://goo.gl/eL8u56
Neutrogena Shampoo Anti-Residue Formula http://goo.gl/bx0kUp
Redken Hair Cleansing Cream Shampoo for All Hair Types http://goo.gl/H0Kt7N
Hair Tip #2 Oil Rinsing Gives Incredible Moisturizing Affects Softer and More Manageable Hair
The oils that you decide to use for your oil rinse on natural hair or to oil rinse on relaxed hair will depend on how well your hair cooperates with specific oils. For example, if Shea butter is too heavy for your hair, Shea oil will also give you to heavy of a result when oil rinsing. Opt for light oils like coconut, jojoba and possibly castor oil depending on the nature of your hair as well!
Oil Rinsing Oils For Natural Hair & Relaxed Hair
Virgin Cold Pressed Coconut Oil http://goo.gl/E2D4B1
Virgin Cold Pressed Jojoba Oil http://goo.gl/OGAney
Virgin Cold Pressed Olive Oil http://goo.gl/tfzZv8
Virgin Cold Pressed Almond Oil http://goo.gl/ZdG2m2
Virgin Cold Pressed Avocado Oil http://goo.gl/aLZuyb
Hair Tip #3 Great Oils for Oil Rinsing are Thicker Consistency Oils like Olive Oil and Castor Oil
If thin oils do not give you your desired results, try using heavier oils on your next oil rinsing session to avoid oily hair from oil rinsing back to back!
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