DIY Coconut Hot Oil Treatment For Dry Hair

***EXPAND FOR MORE INFO*** For Extra Tips On Hot Oil Treatments, Visit My Beauty Blog: A simple DIY Coconut Hot Oil Treatment for replenishing moisture, shine and softness to dry hair. Today I’m wearing… Eyes: Too Faced Summer Eye Palette (Peach Fuzz, Toasted Coconut, Chocolate Sun), Stila Onyx eye kajal, Buxom lash, MAC Fling Brow pencil. Face: MUFE Mat Velvet + (#35), Chanel Bronze Universal, Tarte Blissful. Lips: Too Faced Perfect Nude Lip Liner, Nude Beach Lipstick Jewelry: “1978 FireBird” xoxo, Christine

25 thoughts on “DIY Coconut Hot Oil Treatment For Dry Hair

  • macgirly83

    You are so beautiful, inside and out! I LOVE your? hair. I will be trying this treatment today or tomorrow! 😀 Xoxo

  • pinksofoxy

    Aww you are a sweetheart!! Thank you? SO much Emily!! That’s great to hear!! You’ll have a blast on Oahu, there’s so much to do there. xoxo Christine

  • pinksofoxy

    Great question! My top hair oils are coconut, argan, macadamia nut and avocado. All 4 are equally amazing for dry hair, you really can’t go wrong. If you’re doing a hot oil treatment, it uses a lot of oil, so coconut is my favorite? or you can create a blend of oils. Avocado, argan and macadamia nut I use as “leave-in” treatments. I’ll have to do a hair oil video soon and share more about them! xoxo

  • pinksofoxy

    Sure, some grocery stores stock coconut oil or try your local health food store.? Also if you have Costco, they sometimes sell it in huge tubs, for a great price too!

  • gillian cleland

    Thanks for video . I knew you could use on hair but wasn’t sure how long etc.mine is in terrible shape, been playing with colours too much. Anyway I’ll give this a try? and hopefully get good results:)

  • hsurfxlove

    OMG I just bought coconut oil for a hair mask but didn’t know? exactly what to do…I was going to search a video but your video came up in my subscription box! Yay so trying this <3

  • flourishxo

    Oh this is so exciting!! I have some coconut oil I? was looking for a use for! Can’t wait to try this one!!
    Thanks for sharing doll!!
    Steph xo

  • sxyblndeflirt

    I actually just tried this a coconut oil treatment prior to watching this video (what timing..LOL!) the problem I had is removing the oil. What shampoo did you use? My regular shampoo just didn’t seem to remove the oil. I? then used a clarifying which left my hair as if I never used the coconut oil 🙁

  • butterflyjune71

    hi, do you warm up the oil first? so is more liquid? or just rub it, in the palm of your hand? i? love coconut oil for body, face ,cooking you name it hahah

  • AskVivi11

    I love using home remedies for my hair, it’s super curly and frizzy. I also tend to splurge on good quality products like pro naturals moroccan argan? oil hair mask, at least I know they work 🙂

  • Starlightserenity

    I used to hate coconut oil for my hair because of this exact reason. Here’s what I do now to remove the oil: 15-30 min before getting into the shower, slather conditioner ALL over your hair, anywhere you applied oil. Be generous, if you used a lot of oil? use a lot of conditioner. I just use a cheap Suave Naturals one for this. Put up your hair again and let it sit. Hop in the shower and shampoo both your scalp and ends. If certain spots still feel oily after that, shampoo those particular

  • Starlightserenity

    spots again. Typically I’ll shampoo the very edge of my scalp around my face once more? just to make sure there’s no oils there that could lead to break-outs. That’s it. Leaving the conditioner in allows it to bond with the oil. Shampoo gets the conditioner out which in turn gets the oil out.

  • Starlightserenity

    Oh! Also, be generous with the shampoo, it’s doing some heavy-duty cleaning here! I’ll either use a clarifying shampoo or a regular shampoo, just do NOT use a hydrating one. That will really weigh your? hair down since you’re already hydrating your hair so much.

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