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Oct 18th, 2007 at 7:06pm
 
It is beginning to feel alot like winter here.  I dont like going to bed with a damp or wet head, so last nite I didnt oil.  I knew I had to wash this morning so I oiled.  I put the oil on my ends and length about 30 - 45 mins b4 I washed.  My hair is sooo soft and smooth, it was like I left the oil in all nite.  I think I will be doing it this way more often.  Maybe it would be healthier to continue this way all the time since I sleep with my hair loose and I am prone to sinus headaches.

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Re: morning oil vs nite oil
Reply #1 - Oct 19th, 2007 at 4:09pm
 
I use more oil in the winter - I oil both morning and night.  I usually wash my hair in the early evening so that it is mostly dry by the time I go to bed.  I use just a tiny bit of oil on the ends in the morning.  This helps keep the static under control.
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Reply #2 - Oct 19th, 2007 at 6:01pm
 
Thanx for the idea BB to oil morning and nite, but it takes 6 - 8 hours for my hair to dry.  So, I either do it in the morning or early afternoon depending on what is going on.  I am serously thinking tho that the morning is going to be the best for me during the winter unless I get a daytime job.  Then I will have to do the nite thing again.

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Reply #3 - Nov 2nd, 2007 at 12:45pm
 
I've recently started oiling morning and night.  I've started using camellia oil.  One or two drops and my hair is not greasy looking like from other oils.  I just oil the ends, from the ears down.  I also apply a little oil when my hair is wet.  I use product regularly-a leave in, gel, and a moisture lock spray.  I apply the oil by scrunching it in up to my ears after the gel and before the spray.  My ends have never looked so good.

I only do a "heavy" oiling before I'm going to wash, which will be late afternoons now that it is getting cooler.  I use sesame oil for that, and massage my scalp as well as coat the strands.

I will still use the oil daily.
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Reply #4 - Nov 3rd, 2007 at 8:41pm
 
I had gotten a great deal on camellia oil a while back from a seller on e-bay,unfortunately they won't be getting it back in stock Sad  I oil morning and night with it and use aloe vera gel,my hair just loves it Smiley  Wish I would have bought tons of camellia oil when it was such a good deal!!!
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