Heyyy!!! I am soooo sorry 😔 I am sooo behind on this post – it’s totally okay if ya judgin me right now LOL 😂😩 Let’s just dive right in and talk about “The O”….Ohhhhh….my bad, y’all know I have slight issues🤦🏽♀️ (possibly major ones wait, I know ya not judgin me
AGAIN ) 🙄😂 Anyway, OIL… the middle part of the LOC Method and for some it may be the last component as the LCO Method is also preferred by many, including myself.
- Penetrates the hair shaft
- Locs (locks) in moisture
- Provides softer, shiny hair
Some of my favs are:
I LOVE Coconut Oil!!! Talk about GIVING LIFE!!! It’s legit the only thing I use to moisturize my face lol As far as hair is concerned, coconut oil definitely helps reduce frizz and let’s not forget the amazing glossy and shiny look your strands will have as well. It definitely retains moisture and a little goes a long way. You will be surprised how long it will take you to finish a jar! Like EVOO you may have some in your cabinets or can easily buy it at the grocery store.
EVOO – Extra Virgin Olive Oil
EVOO contains fatty acids that help coat your strands so it’s great to use as a sealant for “The L”, leave-in conditioner, that you choose in the first step of The LOC Method. It’s also a plus that you may have some in your kitchen or can easily purchase at the grocery store.
Jamaican Black Castor Oil
I listed this one last but it is probably the most used oil for my hair. JBCO is also full of fatty acids which eliminates dry hair. It also promotes hair growth like crazy. I cut my hair about a month ago and I have been faithfully massaging my scalp with JBCO. I cannot wait to do a length check to measure the growth.
Soooo those are my nuggets on on the “O” 🤗!! Remember, your Oil is gonna retain the moisture from the “L”. Ya gotta seal in that hydration so ya not around here lookin thirty 😨 and parched 😰 lol 😂 Make sure you’re following to catch what’s poppin with the “C” ☺️
Nothin’ but love,