the no 'poo method

no, we're not constipated. yeah, we get that alot.

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From all I have read about alternative hair care, brushes are bad for very curly hair. I can't speak from experience because I have big loose curls, but I have always read that wide-toothed combs made of horn or wood are best for hair such as you described. I use them even for my hair because they are gentle, non-staticky, and they naturally help to distribute sebum.

As for oils, different people like different ones. Coconut is very light and fast-absorbing. Based on my experience and the many anecdotes I have read, this one is good for many hair types. You might also consider olive oil, which I've recently taken to using (very sparingly) on my ends. which are dry from malnutrition. Jojoba is quite popular because it is considered very similar to our sebum. I'm afraid I don't know much about hair oils, though, having little need for them.

If I need to, I usually oil my ends once my hair has dried after a wash, and then use a horn comb to distribute the product evenly. I rub any remainder of oil from my comb before I use it on my scalp.

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