How to Try the LOC Method this Winter


By Devri

The "Liquid, Oil, Cream Method" (also known as LOC method) for natural and curly hair has been proven time and time again to provide intense moisture and definition. In the winter time, many curlies lose moisture because of dry climatic conditions, so the LOC method is often used on wash days to provide and prolong healthy hydration to the curl. You may find that in winter your hair needs more products and a few extra steps to keep it moisturized. If this sounds like you, then follow this simple guide to the LOC method.

Continue!>>>

The L.O.C. Method: Crucial for Curls and Kinks



The LOC/LCO Method should be part of the Natural Hair Bible. It is a quick and simple way of adding moisture to your hair. It turns dry and frizzled ends into bouncy, moisturized curls. The products used in the video are proven to leave your hair feeling replenished and looking it too!

LOC is an acronym for Liquid, Oil and Cream. The Liquid is typically water based or just plain water. The Oil can be any of your choice, however for winter, I do suggest thicker oils like Coconut Oil which does soften the hair and conditions the scalp. The Cream is a creamy moisturizer which also helps to add more slip to hair when detangling. Check out some of my favourite products and methods below!

Continue!>>>

Here's Why the LOC Method Didn't Work...



by Ariane of BlackNaps.org

Ask about how to keep your hair moisturized and you are guaranteed to hear about the LOC Method for moisture. Tried it and it didn’t work? It happens, here are a few possible reasons why your outcome was less than pleasing:

Continue!>>>

How to Moisturize Your Highly Porous Hair This Fall and Winter



Fall is upon us and winter is not far off as we are feeling the cooler temperatures and gearing up for the holiday season. It may not be apparent just yet, but naturals will need to get ready for the fall and winter weather for our hair. More naturals will be protective styling or adjust their spray bottle concoctions, but naturals with high porosity hair will also need to find ways to absorb just enough moisture - and retain it.

Moisturizing and Sealing For Length Retention



by Precious of PreciousHenshaw.com

Moisturizing and sealing are important parts of natural hair care. Proper moisturizing and sealing will ensure that your hair retains moisture for as long as possible. All hair needs moisture in order to survive and keep from breaking. Here is a very basic method for moisturizing and sealing the hair.

Read On>>>

Lazy Naturals- The One Step L.O.C. Method for Moisturized Natural Hair

**repost for your viewing pleasha!**


by HadassaH. of NappilyNigerianGirl

Hello ladies!

Guess what I've been doing?  Trying to solve the problem of dry natural hair, especially for new naturals.

I get a lot of questions about the L.O.C. method of moisturizing natural hair.  For those who don't know, L.O.C means Liquid, Oil and Cream.  This shows the order of application of products to keep hair moisturized and sealed for longer.  Moisturized hair is softer and less prone to breakage, splits and knots.  To put it simply, moisturized hair is healthy, happy hair.  Moisturized hair is also less likely to frizz and poof up.

So with the L.O.C. method, you first apply a liquid (water), then seal in with any oil favored by your hair and then apply your hair cream/butter/pudding/styler.

Read On!>>>

The LOC Method for Winter Natural Hair Care



The "Liquid, Oil, Cream Method" (also known as LOC Method) for natural and curly hair has been proven time and time again to provide intense moisture and definition. In the winter time, many curlies lose moisture because of dry climatic conditions, so the LOC Method is often used on wash days to provide and prolong healthy hydration to the curl. You may find that in the winter time your hair needs more products and a few extra steps to keep it moisturized. If this sounds like you, then follow this simple guide to the LOC Method.

Read On!>>>

Troubleshooting the L.O.C. Method for Your Natural Hair

  by Michelle of Radiant-Brown-Beauty

Liquid. Oil. Cream. A Natural’s recipe for long-lasting, moisturized hair.  Or is it? Ultimately the only cure for dry, parched, afro-textured hair is water.  But, water eventually dries or evaporates. That’s where sealing comes in.  The L.O.C. method is a process of sealing the hair that can be quite effective.  But what if you’ve tried it and it didn't work?  What if you’ve meticulously followed the steps, but find that your hair is still as dry as it was before you attempted to seal in the moisture? Keep reading.

Read On!>>>

Winter Routine Modifications and Natural Butter Recipes!


by Emme G. of CurlyBeautyBlogger.com

Hey Beauties!

Many of you may be familiar with the L.O.C. Method. I wanted to introduce you to what I call the L.B.C. Method that I use during colder months. First, let’s review!

Read On!>>>

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...