Initially after shampooing, I tried basically stroking the entire bar down the lengths of my hair, and then massaging it in afterwards. I think this technique would work better for those of you with shorter hair, because it seemed to take me ages (or perhaps I just have no patience ;) ) Then I tried cutting it into smaller chunks- I used dental floss, after reading about this trick online! With each chunk, I'd sort of smoosh it in my hands with a little warm water to make a paste, and then work it through my hair. This is my favourite method! I have also read that some people prefer to buy one of the little metal tins from Lush, smooshing (that word) the entire bar into it, and then putting a little bit of water in it so you have a tin of conditioner- making it easier to scoop out. I'm going to try this technique with my next bar.I know this all sounds like a bit of work, but I assure you- it's worth it. It smells SO good, probably because of the jasmine, vanilla, bergamot and vertivert it contains, among other delish ingredients (including our fave coconut oil).
So there you go! If you're looking for bigger, lovely-smelling locks, these are the three products to reach for. Go and have a look at http://www.lushnz.com/ to read more, or run really quickly to your nearest Lush store and snap them up!
Big Shampoo 330g $31.50
Big Solid Conditioner 100g $15.90
Sea Spray 100g $13.90