How to use oil on your hair ?

Take a sufficient amount of oil into the palm of your hand. Rub your hands together to spread the oil. You’ll be applying the oil mainly with your fingertips, so focus on spreading it there. Using your fingertips, work the oils into your scalp. Use a massaging motion to both work the oil in and stimulate the scalp. Make sure you cover the entire scalp area, including the back of your head, just above the neck, and behind your ears.

Section your hair into 2 parts. Split it right down the middle of your scalp. If you have long hair, pull one section over your left shoulder and the other over your right shoulder. This will make it easier to apply the oil to the shafts of your hair.

Treat the length of your hair. If you have long hair, you might be tempted to pour a large amount of oil into your hands. However, this will always result in a dripping mess. No matter how much hair you’re working with, take about half a teaspoon of oil into your palm at a time, adding more oil when you need it. Run your hands through the length of your hair, starting at your scalp and ending at the ends. If your ends feel dry, add more oil until they look shiny. Don’t neglect the hair on the back of your head too.

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