Begin with thoroughly wet hair. Gently rub wet the shampoo bar directly onto your hair from scalp to ends in a combing motion. Cover each section of your hair. Gently massage scalp and hair, adding more water as needed, until a good lather forms. To prevent tangles, be sure to always work from the top down, don’t pile your hair on your head and use your fingers like a comb, not a mixer. With this method, it is very important that you really build up a good lather on your head so there are no patches of soap left on your hair. Rinse, rinse, rinse! Repeat if desired
Technique #2: Create The Lather in Your Hands
Begin with thoroughly wet hair.
Rub the wet shampoo bar between your wet hands to create a nice lather. Using your fingers like a comb, smooth the lather along your hair. Gently massage it into the scalp and hair, as you would with a bottled shampoo. Work up a good lather Rinse, rinse, rinse! Repeat if desired.
Many people like to use an Apple cider rinse in the beginning, while their hair transitions from liquid shampoo (detergent base) to a bar. Mix 1/4 C ACV in 1 cup of water and use as final rinse. Removes build up, makes hair shiny, and help detangle. Many find they do not need a conditioner a month or so after switching to shampoo bars.