Locking in and retaining moisture for curls is critical for any styling routine, including your young king’s.
But how is it exactly done?
Well, in the natural hair community, the go-to methods are either the LOC or LCO method.
Here’s a breakdown of both:
The LOC method is perfect for sealing in moisture and combatting dry hair. This method starts with applying a moisturizing liquid, followed by oil and cream to lock in the moisture.
The LCO method consists of you applying a moisturizing liquid first, followed by a cream. Applying the oil is the last step of the process.
Brace Yourself for Dry, Wintry Coils
Young King Hair Care’s Royal Treatment regimen adheres to the LOC or LCO method. We believe either of these methods is especially helpful during the winter months when curls feel the brunt of cold air, resulting in dry and brittle locks.
Fortunately, there are steps to protect your young king's curls during the winter months.
That’s just one reason why we love our Royal Treatment products. This 3-step regimen results in hydrated curls time after time.
Because at the end of the day, your young king deserves to have the best-looking crown!
Winter-Proofed Curls Coming Up in 3-2-1
Now, we’re not over exaggerating when we say it ONLY takes 3 steps to get hydrated curls with Young King Hair Care’s Royal Treatment.
Here’s how it’s possible:
- Step 1: Generously apply the Kids Leave-In Conditioner. Massage the conditioner through the hair from root to tip, as a wetting agent to provide moisture that will be sealed in.
- Step 2: Apply a thin layer or a quarter size application of the Kids Essential Oils throughout the hair to help lock in moisture.
- Step 3: Top it all off with the Kids Curling Cream to seal in moisture and for the ultimate definition and hold.
Sounds pretty easy right?
Click here to watch our Daily Styling Tutorial: Black Boys Curls in Only 3 Steps.
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Get 20% off your first Royal Treatment set, which adheres to the LOC or LCO method, when you purchase today using code FIRST20. Plus, free shipping for orders over $70!
Have questions? Drop in the comments below to ask. We’d also love to know if you’ve tried the LOC or LCO method before.