Salon Hair Treatments at Home : How to Apply Oil Hair Treatment at Home

By Grover Koelpin 9 comments

Hi! I am Liz Muller from Lizzie’s Hair Design
in Hollywood, Florida and I was talking before about the oil treatments for the hair and
I have one in my hand right now. I am going to use it on Nicky’s damp hair and what
I am going to do is I am going to take section of her hair and just apply on her hair like
this and rub it in like this, putting it on the scalp also because the scalp needs a little
bit moisture also. This oil has a little sussing to it. Some oils do not suss up at all because
it is just pure oils, very, very thick, but you are going to use on textured hair. Now
if you are doing it on hair that is Caucasian, just completely straight, you do not want
to use an oil treatment, but you do want to use it on textured hair that’s relaxed or
may be that’s curly. Curly hair needs a lot of moisture. You are going to rub that
in there, again I am going to take this section hair in, put it on the hair, rubbing it in.
I am going to go on this side, rub it in, take this section here, put it on the hair,
rubbing it into the scalp and I am going to actually place Nicky or probably might place
Nicky underneath the dryer. I want to see a little bit more warmth in hair. I didn’t
have enough time to put that vial in that cup and warm it up.



Mar 3, 2008, 6:34 pm Reply

no oil is GREAT for your hair…any type…u know how indisn women have great hair they usually oil..i indian


May 5, 2008, 2:47 am Reply

actually anyone with very dry scalp should do hair oil treatments regardless if your hair is thin. If your hair is already oily then you shouldn't.

I don't think the oil will make it fall out…never heard of that happening. I highly doubt this however too much oil could cause the hair to mat up.

A little oil on thin hair will actually help it look a bit thicker or fuller.


May 5, 2008, 2:26 pm Reply

It takes a few applications to see results. But your hair will get smoother and hopefully a bit thicker because your hair won't be brittle and break off. Ever since I started doing one and using a light oil (just on my hair not the scalp) I've had less breakage.


Jan 1, 2009, 2:02 pm Reply

no… using oils dat can grow your hair like tea tree oil helps the hair to grow longer and thcker,,, you also have to get regular treatments to the hair in order for it 2 grow long and healthy. Hope that helps 🙂


Aug 8, 2009, 10:46 pm Reply

this lady need her own page on here so i can ask some more questions. DOes she have her own page is what i should be asking.


Jan 1, 2010, 10:11 pm Reply

she looks like shes ruffing up the womans head i fell sorry for her

Shannon Covington

Jun 6, 2010, 1:23 am Reply

can you use a hot oil treatment before coloring the hair all in the same day?

Steph Liliana

Jun 6, 2010, 1:45 am Reply

@ShantaeNiicole18 Yeah Most of these People CAN be Know-it-all's But some of the stuff in her Videos really don't help all that well and you can look at her and tell she doesn't really know what she is doing,I Mean you can tell.!!
But i Have Other Videos so i don't constantly Complain about how much i Don't like Her Videos,I Just go to another.


Dec 12, 2011, 4:08 am Reply

tht ladys hair must be beyondd tangled

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