Three years and counting!! Caught in the midst of styling my locs. A Vic’Dm of Vic Damoses Photography.
Much love to VicDamoses Photography for capturing the essence of my spirit in an awesome impromptu shoot! @http://damoses.tumblr.com/
Anybody that knows me, either in real life or from this here Internet knows that I am a Loc Rocker © Brittany of locrocker.com I decided to go natural in 2004 after a horrific experience with a relaxer. It was my last relaxer, February 13, 2004. The
How I incorporate tea rinses in my regimen:
- Tea rinse
- Smoothing conditioner (Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Daily Treatment)
- Deep condition with heat (either from heating cap or steamer)
Because those of us with locs consider our hair to be natural, I’ve noticed that many us forget it needs extra care after we decide to color them. I began using this Infusium Color Defender Shampoo because it keeps the color in my highlighted locs more lively and vibrant looking.
This is the Huetiful Hair Steamer. I really love the effects that steam treatments have on my scalp and I highly recommend steam treatments for natural hair. I like the Huetiful Hair Steamer, but it’s downside is that the hood is very shallow which does not allow adequate coverage for those of is with long hair or especially long locs.
I found this at Desired Beauty Supply Store in Hampton. I decided to try it for my dry hair and scalp. It’s a very thick oil, almost like a grease that you apply to your scalp before shampooing. The red pimento stimulates the scalp and provides a warm, tingly sensation. My scalp hasn’t felt too dry and my hair has a nice shine since I’ve used it. I plan to use this regularly before shampoos and hope for great results.
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