IMSOFLYAHAHA: I did oil rinsing after i did a hot oil treatment, bentonite clay mask and
deep condition and boy did my hair feel GLORIOUS best it's ever felt!
BeaunaturelleFeb11: You said that you're hair takes forever to dry, which suggests to me that
you have low porosity hair. When I oil rinsed I applied conditioner on top
of the oil, donned a plastic cap, and sat under the dryer for 30mins. When
I rinsed it out my hair felt glorious! I have low porosity hair, and find
the SM Restorative too thick to penetrate my strands. So I would suggest
using a more water based leave-in and applying IMMEDIATELY after you rinse
out the oil and conditioner, instead of waiting till its 70-80% dry,
because leaving oil in your hair with nothing else = dryness.
Tia Phillips: Do you think it turned out too dry because too much conditioner was used.
The Shea Moisture Conditioner you used it says to "use a dime size" as a
leave in, other wise rinse it out. When I use too much of a regular
conditioner as a leave in, often times my hair feels dry. I think you would
have definitely had a better outcome with less conditioner. You are very
beautiful! I cannot wait to have the hair you have to try this. Great
fancyfee929: I've never tried oil rinsing, but may give it a try. I like to mix oil into
my deep conditioner though! Thanks for sharing.
mwanamke2: well sth that I tried quite recently that I found worked really well with
my hair was deep conditioning my hair first then adding a heated up mixture
of coconut,almond and argan oil to the hair when dripping wet and then
braid it into 4-6 sections.I would then put a plastic bag on my head and
tie a scarf on top of that and then go to sleep.When I wake up in the
morning and remove the bag the hair is a tinsy bit damp but is super super
soft and most of the oil is absorbed and not just sitting on top of the
shaft.You can then proceed to do a blow out with a dryer (I use the tension
method) or leave it to air dry if you are not in a hurry.
Nitra Williams: I love to use the oil rinse method. I wash my hair first then I add the
conditioner and oil together. I put a bag or whatever is handy at that time
(lol) and let it sit for a hour. Mine comes out very soft and shiny. Use
grapeseed oil next time. That may make a difference. Good luck!!!
Alfred Sweeting: I don't even need to look you up to know you are bahamian. wassup duddi?
Domynique White: You're not alone. Another youtuber did the SAME thing with your exact same
conditioner and said she felt her hair feel brittle and dry in the shower.
Try switching conditioners and using coconut oil. I use that now thnks to
the youtuber naptral85 and it's saved my hair
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Toyaruth: I just add coconut or Olive oil to my deep conditioner after easing with
shampoo and rinse well with cool water and the spray aloe Vera juice on my
hair before my a Giovanni Direct Leave in and a styler like Curls soufflé
or Goddess Curls and my hair is always shiny and soft afterwards
dominique fitzpatrick: maybe you have low porosity hair. try using products and things with less
oil or cocoa nut oil and more butters like Shea butter
Tashianna Williams: You talk to fast😐
Joy Joshua: Thanks for the tutorial and your honesty. I couldn't help but to ask for
the name and colour of your lipstick. It really looks nice on your lip.
bridgette coleman: Love the video. I agree,, don't let your natural hair stress you out. I'm
going to try the hair oil. thanks
barnacles: "Is it free before 11?" haha, you're funny ^.^
Risky2014: I think it would work best if you condition first because oil does seal the
cuticle, making it harder for the conditioner to do its job.
krysruck: I tried this with coconut oil and tell in love!
Char J: is this supposed to be beneficial for low porosity?
Kinks Of Nature: Bahamas!!! :)
Keara Green: i wish i could kiss your hair its beautiful! (gaaa i hope that doesnt sound
creepy) i love your channel! keep it rollin
AprilBey: Bahamian eh?
biobele igonikon: Gonna try it out
Rose2gard: you talk too damn fast !
Marie-Line Edana: I Like your lipstick his color is so wonderful .
JennifersWorldReviews henry: hunnie no joke try the veggie glycerin in your hair after you wash after
you put the leave in conditioner it will softens ok let me know
Maggie A: Your lipstick looks perfect! :)
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.
TheBrownIsland: Use leave-in, Moisturizer and a little oil and light gel. Although it may
be Fun trying out different things; do what works for your hair not what
you saw someone else doing.
Kayla Knowles: What type of gel do you use?
Tiffany Herndon-Chambers: Thanks!
Gold Okoeka: hey why havent u been making videos its been sooo long!
rochellegordon09: Did you try oil rinsing after conditioning instead of before?
artisticgalacticgyal: After I rinse out my conditioner. I add the oil under the shower head.. My
hair has been the softest it's ever been and I can now detangle my bsl hair
in minutes and I no longer feel like I just want to shave it all off when
it's time to wash. I'm the type of person that doesn't like to put too much
time into hair And this has truly saved me much time and aggravation. I use
coconut oil and I've found that water then oil then butter works best for
my hair so it might work for u too. Good luck
JCee Jermet: Does your conditioner have Sulphates in it. was just wondering if that may
be the issue. I know not everything will work for everyone. I have been
having issues with my hair for a long time i tried almost everything, until
i read a copy of The science of Black hair. That book is one of the best
gifts i have ever received.
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!
Kyss My Hair: I tried using grapeseed oil once and it wasn't enough to seal my hair. I
lived in a much colder climate when I tried it so that may be the reason I
didn't like it. However, I may go back to it now that I'm in a much warmer
climate. Thanks for the suggestion!
Aisha Howard: I have been doing this for a long time. I did not know it was called oil
rinsing. The products used in this video do not agree with my hair so that
could also be the problem with the results you achieved.
Kyss My Hair: Thanks! I have on the covergirl bronzer in ebony bronze in the crease.
Cortney Wallace: I really liked this...i will be trying this
Kyss My Hair: 100% Thanks for watching!
Kyss My Hair: Thanks for sharing! I tried to prepoo with coconut oil a few times before
on my dry hair as a pre-poo before and my hair wasn't that much more softer
after washing. That's why I was hesitant to try it in the oil rinsing
process. I might work different on my wet hair though!
Kyss My Hair: I've added oils to my conditioners before as well, but I haven't done that
in a while. I'll do an update video soon.
Kyss My Hair: LOL thanks for laughing at my joke :)
Kyss My Hair: Thanks! I'm from the Bahamas. A link for the lippie is in the description
Kyss My Hair: Thanks for sharing!
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 :)
JCee Jermet: I really enjoy your videos.
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
LT Cartwright: Thanks for the info, I'm interested lol btw, Are you Bahamian?