Chai, is Brylcream now a thing of the past?
You have moved on?
It is so hard, trying to keep up!
I'd rather not do that. Not to be snotty, just interested.
In my case, I'm ramping up in years. I figured my dry lank and so on hair was normal. I looked like the neighbor we used to dismiss mockingly.
What I meant by that now older post is that I am trying to get away from the shampoo aisle, and using conditioner isn't getting away.
oh, I still use it once it a while. That's a styling product, not for cleaning.
Quote:oh, I still use it once it a while. That's a styling product, not for cleaning.
Yeah, I know, chai. I was just checking I was up with the latest!
OK, I've read through all the posts here.
Checked what the folk in the know do ...
And I'm going to give Green Witch's conditioner & vinegar method a go later today, when I wash my hair. Sounds the easiest & most convenient to me.
Ceili's egg method certainly sounds like it gets brilliant results, but I suspect I'm much too impatient & lacking in commitment to stick with it.
As for the coconut oil treatment. Remember when a few of us tried Gautum's (the prince) tried & true method a few years ago? Gosh, how messy, sleeping with that in my head!
I'm sure it works, but, you know ...
Thanks for the information, everyone.
I think oil treatments are not meant for thin hair. Oils work best to condition thick or curly hair because of how the follicles are shaped. Oil will weigh your hair down too much. You still might want to use the vinegar rinse because it makes your hair shine by removing soap/conditioner and dirt that builds up.