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Sunday, April 27, 2014

L.O.C. Method




Hello curl friends, I hope everyone had a great weekend so far!  So I wanted to swing by because some of my friends are asking how do I keep my hair moisturize at night and during the day.  I know a lot of people don't go by their hair type because they might have different textures in their hair, but my hair is pretty much the same all around.  My hair type would be around 4b/c, thick, curly, with a lot of shrinkage.  I need a lot of moisture and the best way for my hair to show its true length is if I do braid outs or two strand twists... but I digress.  So here are some tips and methods that you can do at home to keep moisture in your hair.





















Sunday, April 13, 2014

How To Maintain Moisture in Protective Style

Hello loves, the summer is approaching so that means more fun in the sun.  It also means more opportunities to rock some protective styles while trying to maintain length.  I recently just put in some box braids because my hair is super thick and plus I was really tired of doing my hair.  One of my biggest concerns is retaining length while I am doing this protective style, so I did a little research on how to maintain moisture.  There were so many options to choose from, I just did what is convenient for me since I am always on the go.  Here are some tips on how I maintain moisture:


Spray Bottle


Fav. Conditioner


Any of your fav. essential oils.

After all the ingredients are mix together, just make sure you spray close to your scalp and massage all the way through evenly.  For my regiment, I spray my hair every other day just to make sure my hair will not dry out.  Hope you enjoyed.  Also let me know what are some of your daily moisture for protective styles.  XOXO, NGO


A lot of people resist transition and therefore never allow themselves to enjoy who they are. Embrace the change, no matter what it is; once you do, you can learn about the new world you're in and take advantage of it.

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