Hot oil Vs. ACV rinse

Kay_dubbKay_dubb Registered Users Posts: 36
How do I cleanse my hair before deep conditioning?

Do I ACV, wash hair, then hot oil treatment? (which sounds about right because why do a oil treatment on scalp to only rinse it out?)

Or do I hot oil treatment, wash hair, then ACV?

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  • KeihsKeihs Registered Users Posts: 435
    I think you should do an acv rinse in the end to seal the moisture in, because it closes the cuticle. So, hot oil, wash, then acv rinse.
  • NaeShelleNaeShelle Registered Users Posts: 49
    Tagging my own question along here:

    If you do ACV last, how do you get rid of the smell? I have my own wash days during the week and had to go to school smelling like vinegar once.
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  • KeihsKeihs Registered Users Posts: 435
    Maybe you should dilute it more. The smell shall fade when your hair dries. What ratio do you use?
  • crwrittcrwritt Registered Users Posts: 705 Curl Neophyte
    NaeShelle wrote: »
    Tagging my own question along here:

    If you do ACV last, how do you get rid of the smell? I have my own wash days during the week and had to go to school smelling like vinegar once.

    I do ACV rinses often, and have never smelled of vinegar. 1T vinegar in a pint of water, poured through the hair, left on a minute, then rinsed out.

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