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  • what order does hot oil treating, acv an clarifying shampooing goes in?

     

    do i do the hotoil treatment... then clarifying shampoo..... then acv rinse?
    .. i want to clean my hair now.. and i wanted to do a hoit oil treatmenmt.. but im not sure of the order.. could someone help me plz.. thanks

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    For me:

    Hot oil 20-30 mins-clarifying shampoo-conditioner-ACV rinse

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    Clarifying shampoo - hot oil = oil rinsing - rinse(the oil) - conditioner -ACV rinse

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    ooh... thanks

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    Any order I choose.

    Hmmm, but usually for me it's ACV, clarifying shampoo, then the hot oil treatment.

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    For me:Hot oil 20-30 mins-clarifying shampoo-conditioner-ACV rinse...

    Yeah, this....

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    Eh okay let's see. If you are going to use a clarifying shampoo then you dont need to do cts-for-washing-and-retwisting\" class=\"hrln\">an ACV rinse because an ACV rinse is used for clarifying the hair anyways. Doing both will result in stripped, dry hair. So I suggest this:

    Method 1) pre poo with a hot oil treatment, wash with shampoo OR ACV rinse, then condition
    Method 2) wash with shampoo OR ACV rinse, then deep condition with a hot oil treatment (you could mix conditioner with this)

    If you go the ACV route instead of shampoo, I suggest doing the rinse before any conditioning because it will get rid of any build up and dirt so that your hair will be clarified enough to actually benefit from the condtioner. Personally I do ACV because its natural, non stripping, and is gentle. HTH!

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    Haha, I was confused about this too until the ladies helped me on my thread. I do a hot oil treatment first, then my normal routine, then finish with an ACV rinse. I switched the order a couple times to experiment and the results weren't nearly as good.

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    so much options..lol.. thanks alot tho guys..i just did my hair.. i did the hot oil first..then used sum diluted clarifying shampoo..then the acv rinse.. im new at this so i guess ill switch it up a nxt time 2 c wat works for me

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    I was confused about this too. I have a question...if you clarify shampoo and acv after a hot oil treatment, doesn't that strip away all the good stuff the hot oil is suppose to do?

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    oooo... good point... i dunno ... i hope someone answers

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    I can't really tell but does the OP have locs? When my scalp gets really oily and I may have done a style that I used extra product for, I have to use both a clarifying shampoo and a ACV to get them squeaky clean. I do a DC to get them all soft again. But if you are loose I don't know how that goes.

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    I was confused about this too. I have a question...if...

    That's why I suggest doing the acv or shampoo first to get rid of any build up u have prior, then condition. But to each their own.

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    I shampo first then the DC hot oil treatment last, I thought the shampoo would wash away the hot oil - shrugs. Plus putting hot oil on dirty hair or do folks rinse the hair first? (Just completed a DC hot oil, locs feel so soft)

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    Im so glad you started this thread bc I have a hot oil treatment begging to be put in my hair but I didnt know at what point to insert it into my routine. I think imma go with doing it last.

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    I was confused about this too. I have a question...if...

    Since my clarifying shampoo is not very stripping my hair still feels great after it. Also I clarify when my hair is extra oily from butters and pomades, so adding even more oil to it makes up for some of the oil the clarifying shampoo takes off.

    When I acv rinse and clarify on the same day, I dilute a lot more my Acv rinse. It's not to take oil off, but to smooth the cuticles down.

    Hope this makes sense.

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    i would do clarify first to make sure you're working n a clean slate, then the DC, then finishing with the ACV rinse since that's done to close your cuticles

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    I shampo first then the DC hot oil treatment last,...

    I do it in this order too!

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    i would do clarify first to make sure you're working...

    I never thought about doing both the ACV and shampoo but that seems to be the consensus of how everyone else does it here...hmmm, maybe I'll try it.

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    If I'm clarifying, I do not do a hot oil treatment beforehand. I use bentonite clay to clarify then deep condition.

    When I'm not clarifying, I always do a prepoo treatment with Aubrey GPB conditioner, raw honey and JBCO. I then shampoo and deep condition.

    I am planning to start using ACV again but it will be the last step after I deep condition

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    If I'm clarifying, I do not do a hot oil...

    I am going to start using betonite clay. I heard so many good results from it

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    I would think you are cleansing stripping away the build up and cleansing then you want to replenish the moisture and restoration I would:
    ACV/SHAMPOO and hot oil rinse and keep it moving! :-)

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    thanks sooo much guys!!!!!! next time i DC ill switch up the order and do it after i clarify... bc now that i think of it.. it really does seem logical to do it that way.. so thanks agen

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    I was thinking something along those lines.

    I read that Baking Soda and ACV should be done separately in this thread, but in others some use it as a washing process. They do a Baking Soda wash, and rince with ACV. I thought one was for cleansing and the other for something else?
    I guess I am confused about the purpose of both. I read somewhere that ACV seals cuticles ..

    I would do a cleanse first then a hot oil treatment. I have a question: How long do you leave the cleanser in, and do any of you guys DC after instead of doing a hot oil treatment? What affect does a hot oil treatment have that DC doesn't (vise versa) ?

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