As many of you know I love using the LCO method when doing my hair. Today I wanted to share with you the difference between the LCO and The LOC method.
- Leave In or Liquid (water)
I love using this method because it moisturizes my hair the most. When you're choosing products to do your hair with, you want to make sure that you're choosing something that is going to effectively moisturize your hair until your next wash day.
-Leave In or Liquid (water)
For me personally, this method does not give me as much moisture as the LCO method. Normally my liquid is going to be water, and since oil and water do not mix this method is pretty much a waste.
My LCO method consists of:
L-Mielle White Peony Leave In Conditioner
C- Bare Your Hair ButterCream
O- I mainly use Bare Your Peppermint Oil, but I do like to switch between all of the oils.
For the most part the only difference between these two methods is the order in which you apply the products.
Bare Your Hair
I went to target a couple of weeks ago, and picked up some new products, that I wanted to share with you guys.
1. Mielle Rosemary Mint Strengthening Hair Masque: This masque was super moisturizing, and soaked into my hair very easily. I left it on for about 30- 45 minutes, and when I rinsed it out my hair looked totally revived. My curls were also really defined and juicy afterward.
2. Mielle White Peony Leave In Conditioner: This stuff smells really to me (sorta clean). I used it by itself to do a twist out and it is extremely moisturizing and light weight, so I did not have to add anything else to my hair. Since this product is so light weight I had to use a lot of it to saturate my hair. I have only used this product twice and the bottle is halfway empty. If you have super thick hair like me, be careful when using this product because it takes a lot.
3. Eco Styler Black Castor and Flax Seed Oil Gel: Just like the leave in conditioner, this product smelled really good. It smells super clean, with kind of a fruity/floral undertone. This gel defined my hair really good, but for a wash and go I would not use it again. When I was using this my hair was super defined but once it dried, it got really matted and frizzy. The only way I would use this for a wash and go again would be if it was paired with another curling product.
This was my first time trying all of these products, and I overall was very pleased with them.
As many of you know I dyed my hair again a couple of months ago, and I have been trying new deep conditioners for color treated hair, to keep my hair color vibrant and my hair moisturized.
I came across this product at the store a couple of weeks ago, and I have definitely fallen in love with it. It is not only is it very moisturizing, but every time I use it, it adds life to my color and keeps it looking fresh.
Plus it was only $2! If you have color treated hair, this is definitely a product that you should try out at least once.