The LOC Method

Happy Thursday Naturalista’s! Hope you are enjoying your day!!! Well I have been trying the LOC method for some time and decided to share what I have learned with you all. Have you heard of the LOC method? Have you tried it yourself? Well if you are not familiar with the LOC method here are some details about this method.

The LOC method is where you use a liquid, oil and then cream(or butter) on your hair to lock in moisture, which is well needed in the winter months right ladies?!!
 To follow the LOC method You can follow these three, easy steps:

1. First  Apply water.
2.  Lightly seal with your choice of oil (I use Coconut oil).
3.  Seal with a hair butter or cream (I like to use Qhemet Atheopika Hydrate and Twist Butter).

The LOC method is really easy, right?  

Each application in this process is meant to seal in each layer. Many times you will find that this is an effective means for sealing moisture into your hair, but if you find that it does not work evaluate the products that you are using, you may need to try different products 🙂

Check out this video on the LOC method:

I find that the LOC method definitely works, how successful it will be will be depends on the quality of the products that you use. When the LOC method is used in conjunction with a protective style, you may find that you can even go a couple of days without moisturinzing your hair :).


3 thoughts on “The LOC Method

  1. Can someone give me information on a product named “assuage?” I have just started to grow out my relaxer as of December 2012. I need help.

  2. Pingback: Transitioning: Dealing With Breakage | Happily Ever Natural

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