I first heard about this method from Fleurzty over at Texture Playground. I tried using her method and I guess I used the wrong oil (I mixed olive oil with leftover Tui Hair Oil). And I didn’t wash it out enough, because I had greasy hair for DAYS. Then I decided to try a different method, using a different oil. I thought I’d use the Vatika Coconut Hair Oil I wrote a review about before, to see how it would work. I love it! This has become my new detangling method.
Here’s what I did:
After washing my hair with Dr. Bronner’s Peppermint Castille Soap following my regular routine. I separated my sopping wet hair in sections to detangle it. I mixed a dollop of Suave Tropical Coconut Conditioner and a quarter-sized amount of Vatika Oil into each section, and then combed it through with my shower comb. It combed through like a breeze! I hardly pulled out any hair either! I then rinsed my hair out and continued my routine as usual. My hair was nice and soft for DAYS. And well moisturized too!
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• Do you oil rinse? What’s your process?