Is CD Loc Butter an effective product for holding twist-out styles?
My hair is a relatively tight s pattern with coils here and there. It is Medium in texture. As far as I am concerned, it is kinky. I love the twist-out look; however, I rarely wear it that way because I would have to spritz it with water and re-twist my hair every night or two to keep the neat defined curl without the frizz.. Ideally, I would love to find a product that will hold the style for a week without weighing my hair down, drying it out, or making it hard and crunchy. Is CD's Loc Butter the answer to my dilemma? If yes, will it continue to hold or cause build up if I add oil to my hair daily? Any helpful information is greatly appreciated.
asked 6 years ago
on Loc Butter
I don't think this is the product you are looking for you are looking for more of a holding gel or lotion. This is more like a hair grease than a holding product. Its good at adding shine and moisture.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
I use it on twist outs and flat twists and like it a lot but I do usually retwist at night...usually 2-4 loose flat twists or loose chunky twists. I spritz it at night with whatever leave-in I happen to be using and reseal the ends with a little of the loc butter and in the AM it untwists just fine. I can usually do this routine for 4-5 days if I'm not working out.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
You should try Loc Butter. It should give you the hold that you need.
answered 4 years ago
Absolutely. I have really course hair and this is what I use for twist out.. This is day 5 of my twist!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
LB has great hold but only a dab will do ya! No need to reapply this product for your twistout - a spray mist of water reactivates the product. Use sparingly - HTH!
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
This is great for twist. I use it on my 2 year old daughter for her twist and it seems your texture is like hers. Her twist last for 1 week using the loc butter. I do not have to add any moisterizer to hair throughout that week. The loc butter moisterizes and keeps the twist in tact. This is the only product I have found that works. Using a satin hat at night helps but not needed.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
My hair is coarse and very thick. I use the loc butter to two-strand twist my hair, after a couple of days I untwist my hair and it holds for 3-4 days. The hair milk is very good for moisture and shine. I normally twist my hair when it is wet, the loc butter had a lot of oil in it, use it sparingly. I hope this review help!