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xcrunr2go
September 8th, 2016, 10:00 AM
I recently clarified my hair with a clarifying shampoo then followed up with a moisturizing conditioner since I didn't have time for a deep treatment. After that I applied some frizz serum with cones in it, will this help "lock" in the moisture? My hair is feeling pretty soft! Any thoughts on how to "lock" moisture in?
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Kajzh
September 8th, 2016, 10:04 AM
Putting water-insoluble silicone over damp hair can help trap the moisture in the hair shaft. The same goes for oils with long-chain triglycerides, and hair coated in humectants. These are the concepts behind the LOC method and LCO method.

lapushka
September 8th, 2016, 10:30 AM
Try and look at the LOC/LCO method thread in my signature. ;)

animetor7
September 8th, 2016, 04:26 PM
Putting water-insoluble silicone over damp hair can help trap the moisture in the hair shaft. The same goes for oils with long-chain triglycerides, and hair coated in humectants. These are the concepts behind the LOC method and LCO method.


Try and look at the LOC/LCO method thread in my signature. ;)

Yep, as these ladies have said, cones and oils can help lock in moisture after washing. :)