I don't useven heat on my hair often and I usually keep it down I don't dye it excessively and I use oils at least once or twice a month. And I put my hair up when I sleep at least once or twice a week. And I comb my hair when it's wet and brush it when it's damp.
Most Helpful Guy
I buy it at trader joes, it works great, and helps with any dry skin problems too. Also, smells like coconut.
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I have super thin hairs that get dried out and split all the time, so this is what I do-
About once every couple of weeks I get out my giant jar of coconut oil (By the way, I feel like every woman should have a jar of this crap. It's freaking magic. I could list of uses all day. ANYWAY-) and I completely cover my hair in it. Always start with dry hair, helps if it's recently brushed so you don't have to fight tangles when sectioning. Pin your hair up on top of your head and take out small sections one at a time as you coat them with coconut oil. To do this just scrape some out of the jar, warm it up in your hand until it melts, and work it in to your hair. When a section is completely saturated take down another section and repeat. When all your hair is down and oily, start into your roots. After you've got oil over the place and you look trashy as all get out, you can either wrap your hair in saran wrap or be lazy like me and put it up in a loose bun. Hang out for like a half hour and then go take a nice hot shower. You might have to shampoo twice to get it all out.
When my hair dries after doing this; ermahgerd, so soft.0