There's nothing like a good head massage. Why wait for a partner or therapist? Take it upon your own hands (no pun intended).Steps:
1) Pick an essential oil which would be good for your hair type. For example, if you have dandruff, use tea-tree or lavender. Use peppermint oil or rosemary oil if you are experiencing hair loss. If your hair is overly dry, use rose oil or chamomile oil.
2) Remember: for every tablespoon of the oil that you are using (olive oil or almond oil, etc.) only add a maximum of two drops essential oil.
3) Brush your hair at first, to get rid of flaky parts. If you have long hair, start at the ends of the hair to prevent breakage. Also brush your hair while tilting your head upside-down to improve circulation.
4) Put a small amount of your oil onto your fingers. Begin massaging in small circular motions near your temples, then move your fingers out over the rest of your scalp. Slowly, add more oil to the tips of your fingers when you need it.
5) After all your oil is used up, place a warmed towel on your head and leave the oil on for approximately 10 minutes.
6) Wash out the oil with a good shampoo and conditioner. (If your hair is very dry, you can leave the oil in for a whole night and wash in the morning). While shampooing you might have to wash twice.
7) Do this regularly, about once a week. Notice the effects as you turn it into a regular routine. This will help your hair grow faster with better scalp circulation.
There you have it. Don't they always say if you want something done you'll have to do it yourself. Many parts of your body can be performed by one's self. Although not as pleasurable as another person's touch, it can be very convenient. And cheaper.