depends on what it needs
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After trying really hard over the last several hours off and on to try and rinse out the oil, the hot water hasn't really seemed to have much an effect on the oil...I guess this shows me that maybe I won't really need to oil my hair that oten...and looks like I may have to end up using dish soap (I have Dawn Ultra), even though I really don't want to have to resort to that...I mean at some points it feels like I may have gotten it out of my dreads or rather the one dread I think has it...but as I squeeze it now, part of that dread feels sticky....I am wondering if I just need to let them dry, that maybe I really did get it out, I can't really tell.
As my hair dries it feels less sticky than it did before, I am wondering if that means I got it out of my hair. I hope that's the case. Does this mean that shouldn't be putting oil in my hair through a soak and or in at all? ...and I am really hoping I can get it out without using dish soap (if it is still in my
I will keep that in mind for next time and just try making a smaller batch and trying it as a pour over method. I am hoping that the next time I shampoo my hair, it will get the oil
yea i understand and theres always the chance that someday they will just break where they were interlocked but are all the hard spots about the same distance from your head? it probly is the interlocking