Coconut Oil

Has anybody used this before? I just tried it as a sealer under my leave-in conditioner this morning. Will it help with curl definition and frizz?


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I used coconut oil almost every day. I generally put it on before I go to bed as a leave-in moisturizer, but sometimes I will smooth it over frizzy parts during the day. It's great for both of those things, but I don't think it has made a difference for definition.
I use it in my weekly DT. I've used olive oil too, but I think coconut oil has more protein and I like to throw some into my otherwise protein-less hair regimen. My hair always feels soft and moisturized afterward.

I don't know that it would help with curl definition (clumping maybe), but I think it could help with frizz.
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Lavender oil or coconut oil definitely reduces the frizz, while conditioning your curly hair and protecting it against sun damage.
So the coconut oil worked out very well. I put in some leave in conditioner and then scrunched the coconut oil in afterwards. My hair was sooo shiny all day with no frizz and defined curls. however i think I put too much oil in because i had the "wet look" all day. so next time i'm going to put less in.


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