Frustrated with dry, brittle locs? Not sure how to keep your locs hydrated after you’ve moisturized them? Are you dealing with thinning locs and breakage but not sure what the cause is?
Trust me, you’re not alone.
There is also a lot of miseducation on the internet that about HOW to actually moisturize locs and keep them moisturized— until now!
New E-Book for Locs
In my latest e-book, “A Guide To Unlocking Moisture” I share all the fundamental knowledge you need, along with real-life applications of how to moisturize your locs or Sisterlocks. You’ll learn how to determine the porosity of your locs, what hydration treatments you can do immediately to restore moisture into your locs, as well as how to create a moisturizing hair regimen at home.DOWNLOAD YOUR COPY TODAY
Not Much of a Reader?
If you’re not much of a reader and prefer to learn through videos and visual presentations, I created an online course just for you! The course is titled the “Moisture Series” and it includes a series of four lessons that build upon each other and teach you not only how to moisturize your locs, but also how to hydrate your body! Here’s what recent students that completed the series had to say about their experience:
I am so happy I signed up for this series! I have had moisture retention issues for years but now I’m armed with helpful information to enhance moisture retention in my hair for the first time in my life.
The book was nice to go along with the course. It cleared up a lot of misinformation that you hear about with locs.
And the best part about enrolling in the course, is that you receive the book complimentary as well as access to our private Facebook group!ENROLL IN THE MOISTURE SERIES TODAY
After you read the “Guide To Unlocking Moisture” definitely let me know which alternative to conditioner and moisturizing recipe is your favorite in the comments below!
Starting Locs With Two-Strand Twists
August 5, 2016 at 2:18 pm
[…] With locs comes frizz. Having frizzy locs and/or roots is not really something that you can control, especially if your hair is soft. Using Aloe Vera Gel is an all natural way to help manage it, but by no means will it alleviate frizzness completely. To help control some of the itching, you can try using alcohol-free Witch Hazel or my specially formulated blend of “PURE SCALP”. And if you’re looking for more tips for at-home care with locs, like moisturizing your locs or preventing dryness, definitely check out “The Guide to Unlocking Moisture in Locs“. […]