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Carobchip108
October 25th, 2015, 01:39 AM
I am a newbie, so bear with me! I keep hearing about the inversion method, but i've always wondered that, if you are using oil in your hair for 7 consecutive days, then does that mean you have to wash your hair for 7 consecutive days? Not only is that a lot of work, lol, but I feel I would lose so much hair washing it 7 days in a row. I feel I do shed more when I shower, that's normal right? Though I would love for my hair to grow really fast, i'd rather not lose more hair than necessary every month. I feel my hair is already pretty thin. Is it worth it? Do any of you feel this way too?

And the second question is, I feel like my ends are pretty thin, but I really don't want to cut them--do you think it would be better to cup them off, or can there be a possibility of them growing and filling out? Only for the last 6 months have I really started taking care of my hair. I didn't know anything or really cared until recently. All advice will be much appreciated and I will try to put a picture of my hair below. Sorry its a bad quality photo, i tried to use a white sheet to show the shape better!

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Carobchip108
October 25th, 2015, 01:40 AM
Also, any advice and/or personal experience of how to naturally create more thickness I would love to hear!

PalomaSincera
October 25th, 2015, 01:59 AM
You don't have to wash your hair every day to do the challenge. When my hair is clean, I massage my scalp with only a few drops of essential oil on my fingertips, or with nothing.
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Carobchip108
October 25th, 2015, 08:49 AM
You don't have to wash your hair every day to do the challenge. When my hair is clean, I massage my scalp with only a few drops of essential oil on my fingertips, or with nothing.
<3

Oh ok that makes sense! Normally when I do an oil treatment, I use a lot of oil and sleep over night with it--but I will definitely try it like that!

As for the picture I will try to upload it again, it was working, idk what happened!

Carobchip108
October 25th, 2015, 08:50 AM
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Carobchip108
October 25th, 2015, 08:52 AM
http://i1204.photobucket.com/albums/bb408/givepeasachancex314/EC293B3B-196C-462B-9147-2839DB62A5005D71926A-9AEC-44C2-B18E-113B57967D15%202.jpg (http://s1204.photobucket.com/user/givepeasachancex314/media/EC293B3B-196C-462B-9147-2839DB62A5005D71926A-9AEC-44C2-B18E-113B57967D15%202.jpg.html)

Horrorpops
October 25th, 2015, 08:58 AM
Hey, when I do the inversion method I do a dry massage (no oil) on most days and do a castor oil massage before my wash on 2/7 week days :o saves me a lot of of unnecessary washing and I've seen some good results with it - but they are not always consistent.

missrandie
October 25th, 2015, 09:15 AM
With regards to wanting more thickness at the ends, I suggest looking into microtrimming or maintaining, where you only take off a tiny bit of the ends and let the thickness travel down. Many people on here have had success with it.

Carobchip108
October 25th, 2015, 09:38 AM
Hey, when I do the inversion method I do a dry massage (no oil) on most days and do a castor oil massage before my wash on 2/7 week days :o saves me a lot of of unnecessary washing and I've seen some good results with it - but they are not always consistent.

Nice! I guess somewhere in my research I missed the part where you didn't have to oil, this is great! I will definitely be trying it now. [:

Carobchip108
October 25th, 2015, 09:39 AM
With regards to wanting more thickness at the ends, I suggest looking into microtrimming or maintaining, where you only take off a tiny bit of the ends and let the thickness travel down. Many people on here have had success with it.

I've heard the term micro-trimming, how much would you suggest to cut, and how often? :)

missrandie
October 25th, 2015, 09:52 AM
I've heard the term micro-trimming, how much would you suggest to cut, and how often? :)

Many people do theirs monthly or every other month, and they trim around half their growth. For instance, somebody grows a half an inch of hair per month, so they would trim 1/4 of an inch each month.

Those interested in maintaining would trim the entire half inch off.