L.O.C. Method for Natural Curly Hair

marilyn monroe humidity curly hair

Lately, I’m trying to go organic, especially when it comes to hair products. I have thick wavy hair. In a curls scale I’m a 2B (you can view a chart to see what category you fall under at one of our favorite sites—naturallycurly.com by clicking here). My hair isn’t straight, but it isn’t really curly. This is a problem, since styling it (to make my hair seem pin straight or super curly) I cause more damage by using harsh chemicals or heating tools to maintain it. For a healthier mane, I am using the L.O.C. method: L=Liquid or leave-in, O=Oil, and C=Cream. The “liquid” can be water or a leave-in. The oil can be any of your choice such as grapeseed, jojoba, coconut, etc. And the cream can be any product in a creamy finish you prefer. This technique works wonders for me. The liquid hydrates your hair, the oil seals it, and the cream locks the moisture in. I could not be happier with how much shinier and softer my strands are since making LOC part of my hair routine. Personally, I use water as the L by leaving my hair nearly damp, for O I stick with natural almond oil (about a quarter size), and for C I use any curl cream or Leave-In Conditioner. Then I scrunch my hair with a 100% microfiber towel to absorb all excess water and that’s how I achieve the perfect wave! How do you decrease the frizz?

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