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'Cuz i dunnow what to really use...;__;..
somebody heLp..?... :tears:
i use this one though...



But y'know what..?...it doesn't even kinda work...;__;
it sez it can make ur hair HEALTHY in just 3 days....but soo far soo good nothing's happening...
and yeah..i also have the conditioner of this flavour too...
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you can trim it x] if you got split ends...or you can use pureology! that is soooo good product
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you can trim it x] if you got split ends...or you can use pureology! that is soooo good product


"pureology"?..what's that..?...do u have a pic..?..
can u post it for me..=`(?
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The best (and natural) product that fixes damaged, dry hair is olive oil. Trust me on that one. My hair was really dry due to the harsh summer heat (really, really dry), so I bough some olive oil conditioner, put it in my hair, left it in, woke up the next morning, and my hair was shining as bright as the sun. It's the best remedy, in my opinion. If your problem is split ends, the only way to fix that is by going to a hair salon and get them cut off.

Olive oil is an excellent moisturizer for dry hair. You can heat regular olive oil in the microwave (not too hot, or you will burn your scalp) and use it as a hot oil treatment (warm up oil, apply to hair, cover with plastic cap, sit under dryer or wrap with towel, rinse, shampoo, condition, style as usual). You can also purchase olive oil hair oils and hair cremes. These products should have some sort of instructions on the packaging.

Olive oil is not just good for the hair, but for the skin too.

If you have any more questions, please message me.
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The best (and natural) product that fixes damaged, dry hair is olive oil. Trust me on that one. My hair was really dry due to the harsh summer heat (I mean, really dry), so I bough some olive oil conditioner, put it in my hair, left it in, woke up the next morning, and my hair was shining as bright as the sun. It's the best remedy, in my opinion. If your problem is split ends, the only way to fix that is by going to a hair salon and get them cut off.

Olive oil is an excellent moisturizer for dry hair. You can heat regular olive oil in the microwave (not too hot, or you will burn your scalp) and use it as a hot oil treatment (warm up oil, apply to hair, cover with plastic cap, sit under dryer or wrap with towel, rinse, shampoo, condition, style as usual). You can also purchase olive oil hair oils and hair cremes. These products should have some sort of instructions on the packaging.

Olive oil is not just good for the hair, but for the skin too.

If you have any more questions, please message me.


besides olive oil, is it ok for me to use coconut oil too..?
and yeah, is it also ok for me to put the OLIVE OIL for the fo0d instead of buying the
real conditioner..?...There's nothing like "that" in the country i currentl live in that's why....;___;
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treble wrote:

The best (and natural) product that fixes damaged, dry hair is olive oil. Trust me on that one. My hair was really dry due to the harsh summer heat (I mean, really dry), so I bough some olive oil conditioner, put it in my hair, left it in, woke up the next morning, and my hair was shining as bright as the sun. It's the best remedy, in my opinion. If your problem is split ends, the only way to fix that is by going to a hair salon and get them cut off.

Olive oil is an excellent moisturizer for dry hair. You can heat regular olive oil in the microwave (not too hot, or you will burn your scalp) and use it as a hot oil treatment (warm up oil, apply to hair, cover with plastic cap, sit under dryer or wrap with towel, rinse, shampoo, condition, style as usual). You can also purchase olive oil hair oils and hair cremes. These products should have some sort of instructions on the packaging.

Olive oil is not just good for the hair, but for the skin too.

If you have any more questions, please message me.


besides olive oil, is it ok for me to use coconut oil too..?
and yeah, is it also ok for me to put the OLIVE OIL for the fo0d instead of buying the
real conditioner..?...There's nothing like "that" in the country i currentl live in that's why....;___;


Ah, yes. I have a friend who used coconut oil as conditioner. She has really shiny hair. It maintains the hair's protein as it gets absorbed into the hair shaft and helps in the re-growth of damaged hair. It makes your hair really oily if you use too much. So if you decide to use coconut oil, use very little. If you want instructions on how to apply to your hair, google it or ask me.

Yes, you may use the olive oil for food. There's no problem with that. Natural olive oil or olive oil conditioner - whatever you use - it's beneficial for your hair and will repair whatever damage you've done (except split ends).
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treble wrote:


LunarReplicator08 wrote:


treble wrote:

The best (and natural) product that fixes damaged, dry hair is olive oil. Trust me on that one. My hair was really dry due to the harsh summer heat (I mean, really dry), so I bough some olive oil conditioner, put it in my hair, left it in, woke up the next morning, and my hair was shining as bright as the sun. It's the best remedy, in my opinion. If your problem is split ends, the only way to fix that is by going to a hair salon and get them cut off.

Olive oil is an excellent moisturizer for dry hair. You can heat regular olive oil in the microwave (not too hot, or you will burn your scalp) and use it as a hot oil treatment (warm up oil, apply to hair, cover with plastic cap, sit under dryer or wrap with towel, rinse, shampoo, condition, style as usual). You can also purchase olive oil hair oils and hair cremes. These products should have some sort of instructions on the packaging.

Olive oil is not just good for the hair, but for the skin too.

If you have any more questions, please message me.


besides olive oil, is it ok for me to use coconut oil too..?
and yeah, is it also ok for me to put the OLIVE OIL for the fo0d instead of buying the
real conditioner..?...There's nothing like "that" in the country i currentl live in that's why....;___;


Ah, yes. I have a friend who used coconut oil as conditioner. She has really shiny hair. It maintains the hair's protein as it gets absorbed into the hair shaft and helps in the re-growth of damaged hair. It makes your hair really oily if you use too much. So if you decide to use coconut oil, use very little. If you want instructions on how to apply to your hair, google it or ask me.

Yes, you may use the olive oil for food. There's no problem with that. Natural olive oil or olive oil conditioner - whatever you use - it's beneficial for your hair and will repair whatever damage you've done (except split ends).


Oh my....i think i put too many...
may u help me on giving me tips
about the applications of these oils to your hair...?
And yeah...how many weeks does it take to make my hair healthy..?..
i feel like there's nothin' happening to me...;____;...
1 week has passed nao....

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treble wrote:


LunarReplicator08 wrote:


treble wrote:

The best (and natural) product that fixes damaged, dry hair is olive oil. Trust me on that one. My hair was really dry due to the harsh summer heat (I mean, really dry), so I bough some olive oil conditioner, put it in my hair, left it in, woke up the next morning, and my hair was shining as bright as the sun. It's the best remedy, in my opinion. If your problem is split ends, the only way to fix that is by going to a hair salon and get them cut off.

Olive oil is an excellent moisturizer for dry hair. You can heat regular olive oil in the microwave (not too hot, or you will burn your scalp) and use it as a hot oil treatment (warm up oil, apply to hair, cover with plastic cap, sit under dryer or wrap with towel, rinse, shampoo, condition, style as usual). You can also purchase olive oil hair oils and hair cremes. These products should have some sort of instructions on the packaging.

Olive oil is not just good for the hair, but for the skin too.

If you have any more questions, please message me.


besides olive oil, is it ok for me to use coconut oil too..?
and yeah, is it also ok for me to put the OLIVE OIL for the fo0d instead of buying the
real conditioner..?...There's nothing like "that" in the country i currentl live in that's why....;___;


Ah, yes. I have a friend who used coconut oil as conditioner. She has really shiny hair. It maintains the hair's protein as it gets absorbed into the hair shaft and helps in the re-growth of damaged hair. It makes your hair really oily if you use too much. So if you decide to use coconut oil, use very little. If you want instructions on how to apply to your hair, google it or ask me.

Yes, you may use the olive oil for food. There's no problem with that. Natural olive oil or olive oil conditioner - whatever you use - it's beneficial for your hair and will repair whatever damage you've done (except split ends).


oh and yeah....
when and how should remove it after an overnight
sleep with the oil in my head...?

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treble wrote:


LunarReplicator08 wrote:


treble wrote:

The best (and natural) product that fixes damaged, dry hair is olive oil. Trust me on that one. My hair was really dry due to the harsh summer heat (I mean, really dry), so I bough some olive oil conditioner, put it in my hair, left it in, woke up the next morning, and my hair was shining as bright as the sun. It's the best remedy, in my opinion. If your problem is split ends, the only way to fix that is by going to a hair salon and get them cut off.

Olive oil is an excellent moisturizer for dry hair. You can heat regular olive oil in the microwave (not too hot, or you will burn your scalp) and use it as a hot oil treatment (warm up oil, apply to hair, cover with plastic cap, sit under dryer or wrap with towel, rinse, shampoo, condition, style as usual). You can also purchase olive oil hair oils and hair cremes. These products should have some sort of instructions on the packaging.

Olive oil is not just good for the hair, but for the skin too.

If you have any more questions, please message me.


besides olive oil, is it ok for me to use coconut oil too..?
and yeah, is it also ok for me to put the OLIVE OIL for the fo0d instead of buying the
real conditioner..?...There's nothing like "that" in the country i currentl live in that's why....;___;


Ah, yes. I have a friend who used coconut oil as conditioner. She has really shiny hair. It maintains the hair's protein as it gets absorbed into the hair shaft and helps in the re-growth of damaged hair. It makes your hair really oily if you use too much. So if you decide to use coconut oil, use very little. If you want instructions on how to apply to your hair, google it or ask me.

Yes, you may use the olive oil for food. There's no problem with that. Natural olive oil or olive oil conditioner - whatever you use - it's beneficial for your hair and will repair whatever damage you've done (except split ends).


Allright...olryt...
i'll go to my main point then...
first off...i.........


............

I....

.............
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would really love to know every information & knowledge
that you know & have about this OLIVE/COCONUT oil issue~!!!...
i wanna get rid of my dry, dead & split-ended hair...
it jst sucks...:((
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Oh my....i think i put too many...
may u help me on giving me tips
about the applications of these oils to your hair...?
And yeah...how many weeks does it take to make my hair healthy..?..
i feel like there's nothin' happening to me...;____;...
1 week has passed nao....


Alright, let's see.

You don't need to put in a whole lot. A little goes a long way. When applying it to your hair, be sure to get the tips and roots of your hair - this way, you strengthen your hair and get less split ends. Be sure to section your hair to get some on your scalp too - for a nice healthy scalp.

It doesn't take really long to get results. I noticed a huge difference in my hair after I first applied olive oil. Maybe you're not applying it properly.

Here are instructions:

1. Warm up oil - Grab a semi-small cup, fill it up half way, put it in the microwave, punch in a few minutes to get the olive oil warm, not hot. You do not want to burn your scalp. If it's too hot, let it cool down a tiny bit.

2. Rinse hair with warm water.

3. Apply to hair - Apply all over your hair - gently massage your scalp with your finger tips, not nails. Be sure to get the tips of your hair too.

4. Cover with plastic cap - Cover with a plastic cap to keep the olive oil from dripping on your face, and to suppress the heat.
Leave the oil in for half-an-hour.

5. Sit under dryer or wrap with towel - If you are using a cap and want to deeper condition your hair, you can use a blow dryer to give your hair more heat - allowing the oilive oil to go deeper in your hair shaft. Or if you'd like, you can grab a towel, heat it up until it's very hot, and wrap it around your head until it's completely cooled down. Both are effective methods, but aren't necessary - up to you. I recommend you do the towel method though for more benefits.

6. Rinse, shampoo, condition - Once you're done with the oil treatment, rinse, shampoo, and condition as you normally do.

7. Style as usual - You may style your hair if you want, but I recommend you do not HEAT style your hair or use hair spray. Hair is capable of handling heat, but only for a certain amount of time. Heat styling your hair takes a toll on your hair - it rips it from its natural oils, leaving it dry and flaky. Hair spray has alcohol in it, and alcohol leaves your hair looking dry and ready to break apart. A little bit of gel won't hurt, but it might make your hair look a bit greasy, and we don't want that. Try doing the oil treatment on the weekends, when you're not planning on going anywhere.


Other methods from people:

Another method suggested was apply some olive oil to the washed hair, and put a heated towel over your head until the towel cools down. Wash hair thoroughly. This would not be long at all.

Olive oil is great for your hair! I usually warm up a small bottle in a cup of hot water (I think a ziploc bag in water should do the same, then you can nick off the edge and use it as an applicator). Then, I section off my hair and put a bit on my scalp, then focus on the rest of my hair and ends (my hair is extremely dry) and wrap my hair in a cap. The heat from your scalp helps the oil penetrate the hair shaft, so that's a bonus. I haven't tried leaving it on at night 'cause I sleep really bad and would accidentally get it all over my bed. It shouldn't cause you to break out if you don't smear it all over your forehead and actually wash your face if you do. ;3



oh and yeah....
when and how should remove it after an overnight
sleep with the oil in my head...?


If you're leaving it over night, in the morning, take a nice warm shower and shampoo all the extra oil out.


Allright...olryt...
i'll go to my main point then...
first off...i would really love to know every information & knowledge
that you know & have about this OLIVE/COCONUT oil issue~!!!...
i wanna get rid of my dry, dead & split-ended hair...
it jst sucks...:((


Olive oil is a very effective and popular treatment that beauty specialists recommend to anyone. Olive oil nourishes, strengthens and deep conditions your hair for more clean, elastic, strong, shiny hair that eveyrone wishes they had.

The olive oil treatment protects your hair from the harsh summer heats and also makes it more tolerant to the sun, which tends to leave everyone's hair very dry.

Olive oil does not cure split ends, however, it does reduce the probability of getting them. If you want to get rid of your split ends, then go to a hair salon and get them cut off.

Tips:

Be careful not to get any oil on your face. It can cause breakouts, pimples, zits, etc. If you do get any on your face, wash it off with warm water.

When heat styling your hair, try using a heat taming creme/spray. This way, your hair doesn't get damaged as bad.

Try not to be out in the sun a whole lot. The sun damages your hair. It also damages your skin in many ways. Try purchasing a hair spray that protects your hair from the sun, or simply wear a hat.

If you have any more questions, then feel free to ask me.
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Oh my....i think i put too many...
may u help me on giving me tips
about the applications of these oils to your hair...?
And yeah...how many weeks does it take to make my hair healthy..?..
i feel like there's nothin' happening to me...;____;...
1 week has passed nao....


Alright, let's see.

You don't need to put in a whole lot. A little goes a long way. When applying it to your hair, be sure to get the tips and roots of your hair - this way, you strengthen your hair and get less split ends. Be sure to section your hair to get some on your scalp too - for a nice healthy scalp.

It doesn't take really long to get results. I noticed a huge difference in my hair after I first applied olive oil. Maybe you're not applying it properly.

Here are instructions:

1. Warm up oil - Grab a semi-small cup, fill it up half way, put it in the microwave, punch in a few minutes to get the olive oil warm, not hot. You do not want to burn your scalp. If it's too hot, let it cool down a tiny bit.

2. Rinse hair with warm water.

3. Apply to hair - Apply all over your hair - gently massage your scalp with your finger tips, not nails. Be sure to get the tips of your hair too.

4. Cover with plastic cap - Cover with a plastic cap to keep the olive oil from dripping on your face, and to suppress the heat.
Leave the oil in for half-an-hour.

5. Sit under dryer or wrap with towel - If you are using a cap and want to deeper condition your hair, you can use a blow dryer to give your hair more heat - allowing the oilive oil to go deeper in your hair shaft. Or if you'd like, you can grab a towel, heat it up until it's very hot, and wrap it around your head until it's completely cooled down. Both are effective methods, but aren't necessary - up to you. I recommend you do the towel method though for more benefits.

6. Rinse, shampoo, condition - Once you're done with the oil treatment, rinse, shampoo, and condition as you normally do.

7. Style as usual - You may style your hair if you want, but I recommend you do not HEAT style your hair or use hair spray. Hair is capable of handling heat, but only for a certain amount of time. Heat styling your hair takes a toll on your hair - it rips it from its natural oils, leaving it dry and flaky. Hair spray has alcohol in it, and alcohol leaves your hair looking dry and ready to break apart. A little bit of gel won't hurt, but it might make your hair look a bit greasy, and we don't want that. Try doing the oil treatment on the weekends, when you're not planning on going anywhere.


Other methods from people:

Another method suggested was apply some olive oil to the washed hair, and put a heated towel over your head until the towel cools down. Wash hair thoroughly. This would not be long at all.

Olive oil is great for your hair! I usually warm up a small bottle in a cup of hot water (I think a ziploc bag in water should do the same, then you can nick off the edge and use it as an applicator). Then, I section off my hair and put a bit on my scalp, then focus on the rest of my hair and ends (my hair is extremely dry) and wrap my hair in a cap. The heat from your scalp helps the oil penetrate the hair shaft, so that's a bonus. I haven't tried leaving it on at night 'cause I sleep really bad and would accidentally get it all over my bed. It shouldn't cause you to break out if you don't smear it all over your forehead and actually wash your face if you do. ;3



oh and yeah....
when and how should remove it after an overnight
sleep with the oil in my head...?


If you're leaving it over night, in the morning, take a nice warm shower and shampoo all the extra oil out.


Allright...olryt...
i'll go to my main point then...
first off...i would really love to know every information & knowledge
that you know & have about this OLIVE/COCONUT oil issue~!!!...
i wanna get rid of my dry, dead & split-ended hair...
it jst sucks...:((


Olive oil is a very effective and popular treatment that beauty specialists recommend to anyone. Olive oil nourishes, strengthens and deep conditions your hair for more clean, elastic, strong, shiny hair that eveyrone wishes they had.

The olive oil treatment protects your hair from the harsh summer heats and also makes it more tolerant to the sun, which tends to leave everyone's hair very dry.

Olive oil does not cure split ends, however, it does reduce the probability of getting them. If you want to get rid of your split ends, then go to a hair salon and get them cut off.

Tips:

Be careful not to get any oil on your face. It can cause breakouts, pimples, zits, etc. If you do get any on your face, wash it off with warm water.

When heat styling your hair, try using a heat taming creme/spray. This way, your hair doesn't get damaged as bad.

Try not to be out in the sun a whole lot. The sun damages your hair. It also damages your skin in many ways. Try purchasing a hair spray that protects your hair from the sun, or simply wear a hat.

If you have any more questions, then feel free to ask me.


wow...O_____O
that sure is many and u sure did careered your way through it...
thanks...~!..
so0 ...how do u heat up a towel..?...
and it's much more effective if the oil gets hot in ur head
& it's much more effective if blow dried..?

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wow...O_____O
that sure is many and u sure did careered your way through it...
thanks...~!..
so0 ...how do u heat up a towel..?...
and it's much more effective if the oil gets hot in ur head
& it's much more effective if blow dried..?


I iron the towel, so you try that too. Just don't get burned.

If your head is under heat while you're undergoing the oil treatment, the oil will go deeper in your hair shaft, which will deep condition your hair. So, if you want to deep condition your hair, put a hot towel on your head while you're wearing a plastic cap. Or blow dry, although I recommend using a towel. Less stressful on your arm and you save energy.
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Oh my....i think i put too many...
may u help me on giving me tips
about the applications of these oils to your hair...?
And yeah...how many weeks does it take to make my hair healthy..?..
i feel like there's nothin' happening to me...;____;...
1 week has passed nao....


Alright, let's see.

You don't need to put in a whole lot. A little goes a long way. When applying it to your hair, be sure to get the tips and roots of your hair - this way, you strengthen your hair and get less split ends. Be sure to section your hair to get some on your scalp too - for a nice healthy scalp.

It doesn't take really long to get results. I noticed a huge difference in my hair after I first applied olive oil. Maybe you're not applying it properly.

Here are instructions:

1. Warm up oil - Grab a semi-small cup, fill it up half way, put it in the microwave, punch in a few minutes to get the olive oil warm, not hot. You do not want to burn your scalp. If it's too hot, let it cool down a tiny bit.

2. Rinse hair with warm water.

3. Apply to hair - Apply all over your hair - gently massage your scalp with your finger tips, not nails. Be sure to get the tips of your hair too.

4. Cover with plastic cap - Cover with a plastic cap to keep the olive oil from dripping on your face, and to suppress the heat.
Leave the oil in for half-an-hour.

5. Sit under dryer or wrap with towel - If you are using a cap and want to deeper condition your hair, you can use a blow dryer to give your hair more heat - allowing the oilive oil to go deeper in your hair shaft. Or if you'd like, you can grab a towel, heat it up until it's very hot, and wrap it around your head until it's completely cooled down. Both are effective methods, but aren't necessary - up to you. I recommend you do the towel method though for more benefits.

6. Rinse, shampoo, condition - Once you're done with the oil treatment, rinse, shampoo, and condition as you normally do.

7. Style as usual - You may style your hair if you want, but I recommend you do not HEAT style your hair or use hair spray. Hair is capable of handling heat, but only for a certain amount of time. Heat styling your hair takes a toll on your hair - it rips it from its natural oils, leaving it dry and flaky. Hair spray has alcohol in it, and alcohol leaves your hair looking dry and ready to break apart. A little bit of gel won't hurt, but it might make your hair look a bit greasy, and we don't want that. Try doing the oil treatment on the weekends, when you're not planning on going anywhere.


Other methods from people:

Another method suggested was apply some olive oil to the washed hair, and put a heated towel over your head until the towel cools down. Wash hair thoroughly. This would not be long at all.

Olive oil is great for your hair! I usually warm up a small bottle in a cup of hot water (I think a ziploc bag in water should do the same, then you can nick off the edge and use it as an applicator). Then, I section off my hair and put a bit on my scalp, then focus on the rest of my hair and ends (my hair is extremely dry) and wrap my hair in a cap. The heat from your scalp helps the oil penetrate the hair shaft, so that's a bonus. I haven't tried leaving it on at night 'cause I sleep really bad and would accidentally get it all over my bed. It shouldn't cause you to break out if you don't smear it all over your forehead and actually wash your face if you do. ;3



oh and yeah....
when and how should remove it after an overnight
sleep with the oil in my head...?


If you're leaving it over night, in the morning, take a nice warm shower and shampoo all the extra oil out.


Allright...olryt...
i'll go to my main point then...
first off...i would really love to know every information & knowledge
that you know & have about this OLIVE/COCONUT oil issue~!!!...
i wanna get rid of my dry, dead & split-ended hair...
it jst sucks...:((


Olive oil is a very effective and popular treatment that beauty specialists recommend to anyone. Olive oil nourishes, strengthens and deep conditions your hair for more clean, elastic, strong, shiny hair that eveyrone wishes they had.

The olive oil treatment protects your hair from the harsh summer heats and also makes it more tolerant to the sun, which tends to leave everyone's hair very dry.

Olive oil does not cure split ends, however, it does reduce the probability of getting them. If you want to get rid of your split ends, then go to a hair salon and get them cut off.

Tips:

Be careful not to get any oil on your face. It can cause breakouts, pimples, zits, etc. If you do get any on your face, wash it off with warm water.

When heat styling your hair, try using a heat taming creme/spray. This way, your hair doesn't get damaged as bad.

Try not to be out in the sun a whole lot. The sun damages your hair. It also damages your skin in many ways. Try purchasing a hair spray that protects your hair from the sun, or simply wear a hat.

If you have any more questions, then feel free to ask me.


and one more thing..
is it ok if i microwave the oil for 30 sec.
and then apply it on my hair without the towel method
and leave it overnight....??

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and one more thing..
is it ok if i microwave the oil for 30 sec.
and then apply it on my hair without the towel method
and leave it overnight....??


Each microwave heats differently. It might take you 30 seconds to get the olive oil at the right temperature while it might only take me 15 seconds. Just be sure that the olive oil isn't hot, it needs to be warm - you don't want to burn your scalp.

Yes, you can apply it on your hair and leave it in over night without the towel method. Be sure to wear a shower cap though - you don't want to leave your pillows oily! In the morning jump in the shower and shampoo.

Here's how I did things when I was younger:

Apply the olive oil in your hair, put on a shower cap, and jump in the shower. The steam and heat released from the hot water helps deeper condition your hair. I find this way to be convenient. After about 10 minutes of being in the shower, take off the cap and shampoo as usual. Don't condition, the olive oil did that for you. Done! Blow dry or air dry. Your call. I did this once a week.

Be careful not to slip in the shower though - olive oil can be rather slippery.

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and one more thing..
is it ok if i microwave the oil for 30 sec.
and then apply it on my hair without the towel method
and leave it overnight....??


Each microwave heats differently. It might take you 30 seconds to get the olive oil at the right temperature while it might only take me 15 seconds. Just be sure that the olive oil isn't hot, it needs to be warm - you don't want to burn your scalp.

Yes, you can apply it on your hair and leave it in over night without the towel method. Be sure to wear a shower cap though - you don't want to leave your pillows oily! In the morning jump in the shower and shampoo.

Here's how I did things when I was younger:

Apply the olive oil in your hair, put on a shower cap, and jump in the shower. The steam and heat released from the hot water helps deeper condition your hair. I find this way to be convenient. After about 10 minutes of being in the shower, take off the cap and shampoo as usual. Don't condition, the olive oil did that for you. Done! Blow dry or air dry. Your call. I did this once a week.

Be careful not to slip in the shower though - olive oil can be rather slippery.



what i actually did is cover my pillow with towel..LOL...xD
u sure are helping allot..x]

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