The LOC method is simply sealing in each layer of moisture to add to your hair. LOC stands for liquid/leave in, oil, and cream :) This is the order of which you apply your products to clean hair. I used to do the LCO ( Leave in/ liquid, cream, oil) method when I was relaxed and transitioning, but after I big chopped, my hair did not remain moisturized for long at all :( So making the switch to the LOC method has been extremely helpful to me. Here is what I have been doing at this point in my journey:
I love the LOC method! Or at least the "version" I'm doing lol. I kind of double up with the oil and creams because my hair totally needs it :D The LOC method along with cowashing, have been a lifesaver for my fro. After I chopped my hair in Auqust, I was REALLY struggling with dryness. My hair always felt very rough and hard within hours of me moisturizing it. I knew that there had to be a better way for moisture to remain in my hair for longer periods of time lol. The LOC method has helped me do just that. Have a blessed day!
NOTE: It took several weeks before I started to notice a change in my hair. If you decide to try the LOC method, try to give it some time for your hair and scalp to adjust :)
Check out Updated Cowashing/Moisturizing Routine- NaturalMe4C to see how I do the LOC method :D
Crystal aka Kriss
Hey! I'm Crystal, an energetic married mother of two who is on a journey to become the woman God has meant for me to be. I'm sharing my journey in hopes to inspire others to be comfortable with who they are. Here you will find lots of things ranging from natural hair care, beauty, marriage fun, spirituality, and more!
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Last Relaxer Date:
February 3, 2012
Big Chop Date:
August 5th 2012