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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 …

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

by lambbofficial 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 …

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!>>> You didn’t section your hair Divide your hair into …

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 …

The LOC Method for Winter Natural Hair Care

by Devri Velazquez 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 …

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.  …