Tumble lubing will prolly be best for a starter. Easiest method will be with alox. Place bullets in a butter tub (clean of course), squirt a little alox in/around the bullets and swirl the bullets around in the alox to get a thin even coat. A thin light tan colored coat is all that's needed on the bearing surface of the bullet as the lube groove need not be filled. Spread the coated bullets on a sheet of wax paper to dry and when dry, reload as usual.
For low-regular velocity handgun ammo you could "finger lube" a few bullets (but this gets old real quick). Take some Chapstick and scrape some off on your fingers and stuff/fill the lube groove of the bullets, Load and shoot.
look here for tons of info about bullet lubes, especially the sticky "Tumble Lubing-Made easy and Mess Free". I've used 45-45-10 for lubing my .44 magnum bullets...