Kyss My Hair: Hey everyone! Please follow my new Google + page:
Kinks Of Nature: Bahamas!!! :)
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.
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
Rose2gard: you talk too damn fast !
Maggie A: Your lipstick looks perfect! :)
barnacles: "Is it free before 11?" haha, you're funny ^.^
biobele igonikon: Gonna try it out
Tweety Elsy: hello! i'm just obsecess about the colors of your lipsticks!! can you
pleazz!! do a video on them!!??
krysruck: I tried this with coconut oil and tell in love!
Kayla Knowles: What type of gel do you use?
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
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?
Kyss My Hair: Thank you! I'll go look at hers.
Dawn Wyatt: You're not feeling that softness bc teseme is wack. The shampoo strips my
hair leaving it knotty and rough and the conditioner doesn't do a thing. I
love fructis it really works for me
Kyss My Hair: Glad it works for ya!
Jouelzy: You should apply the oil first on dry hair, and let it sit Natural Haven
(she writes for BGLH) has a blog where she breaks down pre pooing with
coconut oil and explains the science behind it --- and she's a scientist.
I'm going do a video on it eventually but it does really help.
Thatallqt: I have use oil rinsing with success! I got the best results using avocado
oil! SInce im out of avocado oil and coconut oil at the moment on my last
wash day i just used what i have on hand - African Pride oil and cantu
shine silk serum mixed. And it worked fine I did try to use olive oil once
for my oil rinse and it was an OK experience. I find that if i mix evoo in
my conditioner it works better or if i use evoo as a hot oil treatment
before i wash.
Kyss My Hair: Thanks for sharing your experience!
JCee Jermet: I had an issue with porosity, so after reading The Science Of Black Hair I
started doing an apple cider rinse and my hair feels awesome. I am now
retaining more length.
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
sorry4ya28: Could you share what u have on your eyes?
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: Thanks for sharing how you prepoo. I may start doing it again if this
doesn't work out for me.
Kyss My Hair: That may be true.
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: I won't give up. I just don' t think oil rinsing is for me.
Leeannjua S.: *Meant to say "Organix" products, not Organic!
Kyss My Hair: Yea girl. I've never really tried establishing a regimen. I was just going
with the flow. But when your hair gets longer, that no longer works. I
wanted to try the Cherry Lola Treatment but I'm afraid of using baking soda
on my hair. Thanks for the suggestion!
Kyss My Hair: Thanks! A link for it is in the description box.
fynechyld: Thanks for Sharing, i didn't realise oils could penetrate our hair shaft, i
have for deep conditioning, mashed up avocado and some coconut oil, only
becos someone told me its great for fine hair. I will try oil rinsing too.
You know, you should do tutorials on your hairstyle, and how u got it so
smooth and flat and the tutorial on the style you rocked, after ur oil
rinsing and oh, make-up tutorials too.. i'd looove to watch them.
Kyss My Hair: I tried the coconut oil. I don't think my hair likes coconut oil.
Dee Carter: my hair is fine, but i noticed when i used olive oil it made my strands