I put Olive Oil on my dry ends, put it up in a bun, and left it on for about 24 hours before taking my shower.
Routine: Got my hair wet, put my ACV/herb mix on and moved it around for a few minutes, then rinsed it out. I spent several minutes under the water trying to get my hair clean, but it wasn’t working, so I put more of the ACV/herb mix on, left it on for a few minutes then rinsed it out. But my hair still was really greasy, so I put conditioner on the length and rinsed it out.
Results: The roots of my hair are fine, maybe a little dried out, but fine. The length however is a sticky/oily kind of greasy. I was not able to wear my hair down today because of it.
Next: I think I might need to play around with the herb rinse a little. Even though my length is greasy from the olive oil, my roots are a little on the dry side. I think I might need to remove the rosemary. It helps to remove grease, and I think it’s not needed anymore, and it’s drying my hair out. I think the trick to keeping the ends of my hair from drying out is when I leave the herb rinse on for a while to clip my hair up. I found out yesterday that when I put the rinse on my ends ended up holding quite a bit of it before it dripped off. I think all that time “sitting” in the ACV/herb mix was drying it out to much, so clipping it up might help that.
Comments: I have to remember to NEVER do olive oil again. Or at least not leave it in. Being that my scalp is fine, but my length (where I put the olive oil) is greasy, I think the olive oil is the culprit. Even with the conditioner, it still didn’t get it out. I think I’ll need to do a baking soda wash on the length to get the stickyness out. I might even do that tonight. I don’t know that I could live with this until my next shower on wednesday night.