How to thoroughly apply product?

I have thick hair so it's hard to make sure product is evenly applied to my hair. Whenever my hair is dried, there is a lot of frizzy/undefined parts of my hair due to not being applied with product, and it's irritating because the parts with product applied look much better, and I can never get product thoroughly applied to all of my hair! So does anyone know of any methods to get product thoroughly applied to thick hair?
2c/3a some 3b/Thick/Fine texture?/High Porosity
Currently trying out the CG method again as of 1/3/12!

Current Routine:
Co-wash/RO: Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle
Low poo: Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat (when needed)
Products: LA Looks Sports Gel and Curly Kinks Coil Jam

I hear that! My hair is mad thick and poofy. I always end up applying a ton of product just to make sure its all covered, otherwise i end up with weakly-formed, dense thick "waves." Using a lot of product seems to work more or less, but I'd also like to know if theres a better way.

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Do you apply product to your hair in sections? I have very dense hair so I will section off the bottom, then the middle, then the top layer to make sure everything gets product on it.
3c Hair
Fine Strands, High Density, Low Porosity
CG since August 2011
Loving my hair!!!
Im super dense so i clip my hair in sections. Then in each section I apply, let some hair fall down then apply to it. This is the only way I can make sure all the hair gets coated and not just the top hair
Yes, it's real. No, you can't touch it.
I have to make sure and coat each hair with product. In order to get all the hair, I have to divide and conquer. Clip hair in various sections and handle each section individually.
How to Section Hair - wikiHow
The only way I have been able to get product on all my hair is the rake n shake method

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I agree with the ladies that say do it in sections. You'll probably find that you use less product with better results.

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