When my hair was relaxed I reserved “L.O.C. method” (liquid, oil, cream) for moments when my hair felt super dry because I didn’t like how weighed down my hair felt over time. I’ve discovered that – thankfully! – those issues haven’t carried over to my natural hair. Last night my
Thank you for supporting the JGA Journal and for reaching out with feedback and excitement for the paperback journal. I appreciate you all so darn much!!!! As for the paperback version, I’m so very sorry but it’s going to take me a little while longer. My laptop died on me this weekend
I’ve seen the L.O.C. method discussed on hair boards and blogged about for a while now but it was only within the last week that I decided to try it out. The goal of the L.O.C. is to seal moisture into our strands as effectively as possible. If you remember the
Note: edited the post to add in my leave-in conditioners. Hi all, I’ve received quite a few emails about my regimen and the “whys” behind what I do so I thought addressing them in one post would be the easiest route. I truly believe that everything we do to our
I’ve wondered for a while if, on a basic level (what I mean is not factoring in the different benefits each oil has on hair) one oil seals better than another. Think of the strands of your hair as the jars. When you moisturize your hair, you’re restoring moisture to it.