TeaSeaKay: I have 4a/b hair and I do a similar process except I do the oil rinse last
and it makes my hair feels great! I do it last because it seals all the
moisture in from the water and the little bit of conditioner I don't rinse
out as a leave in.
Rose2gard: you talk too damn fast !
Tweety Elsy: hello! i'm just obsecess about the colors of your lipsticks!! can you
pleazz!! do a video on them!!??
Royalty221: uve got a similar hair texture to me if not identical, i must stay the oil
rinse looks really benificial prior to conditioning i must try this. LOVE
your hair in the video how did u get it to lay down like that?? pleasse
share/do a tutorial
Ann Cajour: Do a tutorial on the hair do u did after taking the braids out please it
looks so pretty :) pretty please
Kyss My Hair: lol thank you
Inae Albury: Bahamian?!?!! Wwwoooooyyyyyy!!!!!! As I subscribe!!!
anita4168: Grape seed oil penetrate the hair better than olive oil, and leaves the
hair soft, olive oil does nothing as far as softness for my hair and grape
seed oil is easily accessible !
dancinqueen09: I recently tried detangling my hair with coconut oil first, before
shampooing. I put the coconut oil in my hair, detangled each section then
sat with a plastic shower cap on for about an hour. Then I rinsed out all
of the oil, did my regular shampoo, finger detangle and conditioner and
that's it -- worked like a charm! I see the oil as kind of a deep
conditioner for the hair. It made my detangling process SO much easier and
gave my hair that nice shine. It also seemed to be pretty moisturized.
morethanyourbasics: I'm still finding out my regimen as well. I've tried oil rinsing maybe
twice but i only put the oil on long enough to detangle before i put on the
conditioner and rinse. obviously, everyone's hair is going to react
differently but something to consider is letting the oil sink in with a
shower cap too long AND applying the conditioner may OVER condition your
hair and in change the overall texture of your hair. just stumbled upon
your videos. they're quite interesting. much love :)
williesdaughter: I shampoo, condition, then oil rinse with grapeseed oil, and then seal with
castor oil. When I distribute the grapeseed oil through my hair after I
condition my hair feels like silk then when I rinse it off its super soft.
If I wasn't so shy I'd do a video on it;) I was fed up with my hair until I
tried this method. In love with my hair now
tsaiyana c: Have u tried olive oil and honey then?
Kyss My Hair: I do that particular method when I'm cowashing. I condition, and seal with
oil. I use a light leave in conditioner to help eliminate frizz a bit. And
then when that's dry, I go in with my styler. My hair is actually
moisturized for days. Thanks for sharing!
s kelly: Naptural85 seals with oil after she has washed and conditions. I've tried
that and my hair feels amazing!! I try evoo and an oil mixture I have. I'm
transitioning and it hard for me to retain moisture but this method really
helps! I don't rinse the oil out either
Kyss My Hair: My hair and coconut oil are arch enemies lol. I deep with condition with
tsaiyana c: Try a table spoon of coconut oil and a table spoon of raw honey warmed up
as a deep conditioner.
Kyss My Hair: I do this now. I just wanted to try oil rinsing. If tried it a few more
times, but now if I do it, I'll only do it once a month. Though it didn't
work with moisture, my hair never looked so well defined (even with a
styler) and I didn't use a styler.
Kyss My Hair: Yea I know about the "you can't be protein sensitive" thing now. Thanks for
Leeannjua S.: Lastly, you want to make sure you're keeping a good balance between
moisturizing & protein conditioners. There's actually no such thing as
protein "sensitivity", because hair is protein, but you can be overloading
the hair w/ protein it doesn't need, thus causing a hard/dry feeling to the
hair because the protein is just sitting on the hair shaft. Just food for
Leeannjua S.: *Meant to say "Organix" products, not Organic!
Leeannjua S.: After your whole wash process, while hair is damp you should try putting
the oil on first, then leave-in conditioner, then your styler or butters!!
Works amazing for me to keep hair moisturized & shiny!!
Leeannjua S.: Also, Organic products have a lot of synthetic ingredients that may be
drying to your hair. Have you tried the Shea Moisture shampoo of the same
Restorative line?? May help....
Kyss My Hair: Thanks for the suggestion!
Kyss My Hair: Thanks for sharing and good luck on your natural hair journey!
Pinkii De: you should try doing it kind of like a hot oil treatment. shampoo>warm
olive oil> let sit for about 10min under a shower cap(if you want you can
sit with it under a hooded dryer)>rinse>condition (I sometimes add olive
oil to my condition to if i notice my hair being dryer than normal)>rinse.
good luck!!! :)
Doniece Allen: I'm transitioning, and idk if this is considered an oil rinse but what I do
is shampoo my hair. Then once I put the conditioner in my hair I apply
olive oil on top of that and just let it sit for about 30 minutes. Then I
rinse. My hair feels so soft after that!
Kyss My Hair: LOL thanks for laughing at my joke :)
Divinelyrooted: "Is it free before 11?! What's the dress code?!" BAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Kyss My Hair: Thanks! I just french rolled my hair in the back and pinned the sides up in
yourgirljust8333: I love that style u did after you washed your hair!!! Can u make an
tutorial on how to do it???
Kyss My Hair: Hello. Thanks for subbing! I'm happy you found this helpful. Thanks for the
Kyss My Hair: lol thanks for watching!
Kyss My Hair: Glad to help!
risa246: New subbie. This video was very helpful; don't give up on your natural
journey. Everyone goes through a little frustration sometimes, but hang in
there. Your hair is very pretty
pynkstarr: I've been seeing oil rinse videos in my recommendation section. This video
definitely helped and I really want to try it now. As far as you saying
you'll go Eva Marcille in a minute.... lol i feel you. I get those moments
all the time. Great video!
Jessica cLARK: What lipstick is that it rocks
Kyss My Hair: 100% Thanks for watching!
mssassi2fa1: Ly cartWright I think she is..
LT Cartwright: Thanks for the info, I'm interested lol btw, Are you Bahamian?
Kyss My Hair: I was thinking the same thing. In fact, when I recorded the video I said
it, but edited it out because the video was too long. I think I'm very
Kyss My Hair: I think oil rinsing can benefit all hair types. What matters most is your
hair porosity and density. Check out Quest for the Perfect Curl's Oil
Rinsing 101 video.
Kyss My Hair: lol thanks!
Kyss My Hair: Hair porosity trumps hair texture in terms of hair care in my opinion.
Thanks for the suggestion though!
Kyss My Hair: Good for you! I'm glad you had a pleasant experience.
coldtink93: what do you think about oil rinsing on looser curls? i have 3a-3b hair
Kyss My Hair: I have to disagree with you. I like the conditioner a lot, but I'm looking
of an alternative with no protein.
Kyss My Hair: Thanks for sharing your experience!
Kyss My Hair: Thanks for watching and sharing!
Kyss My Hair: It could be. Thanks for sharing!
Kyss My Hair: Thanks for sharing your method Shanta!
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