fluffy, soft and moisturized 😩💛 ____________________________
That’s my results after using the LCO method on my coarse hair, so due to my hair’s density, texture and dryness, my kinks and coils need a more heavy duty line up to keep them moisturized. I use this technique to hydrate my hair when their limp, dry and brittle, especially to stretch the days before wash day. I incorporate it into my wash day routine, after my last rinse off of my deep conditioner. I prefer to do it once a week when I need to detangle my hair or when I try out a new hairstyle.
At the point when I take down the sectioned braids, I would just fluff and puff it out; my hair would still be slightly damp so it causes hella shrinkage, which I love when I rock my puffs.
There's a post on my blog taking you through my moisturizing routine, explaining how I use the LCO method on my type 4 natural hair, follow the link in my bio, enjoy ✨
LCO Product Break-down:
L: LIQUID = @cantubeauty
Shea Butter Leave-in Conditioning Repair Cream
C: CREAM = @asiam.africa
Double Butter Cream
O: OIL = @clicks_sa Olive Oil ***DISCLAIMER***
All views and opinions expressed in this post are my own. The products used in this method are what I bought and found suitable for my hair type & texture. Everyone’s method and results are not the same, what will work for my hair might not work for yours.
#MoisturisingType4Hair #MoisturingNaturalHair #lcomethod