Interview With Loolalooh From Hair And Health

Loolalooh Healthy hair and bodyI joke and tell people that I am type 4abcxyz. I think, compared to the standard hair typing system, I am 4b/c. I have a few 4a coils in my nape area. Also, my hair is very thick and dense, except for the nape area, which is more fine.

What is your typical weekly regimen?
I prepoo (with coconut oil), wash, and then condition every 2-3 weeks. I moisturize weekly. I twist and detangle my hair every 2-4 weeks.

My staple products are: Desert Essence Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo, Extra Virgin Coconut, Olive Oil, Suave Naturals Coconut Conditioner, and my homemade Whipped Shea Butter.

Sometimes, I will mix my own conditioner (from avocados, olive oil, shea butter, and apple cider vinegar) for my detangling days.

How do you usually wear your hair?

Twists! I wear them in updos, buns, ponytails, etc.

How do you combat dryness?

Four main ways:

1. Wash regularly (which helps to remove product buildup that reduces moisture penetration).

2. Pre-poo (which decreases the drying effects of shampoo).

3. Use a good conditioner (which helps to replenish any moisture lost in the washing process).

4. Use a good sealant (which locks in moisture and keeps the hair supple).

Loolalooh Healthy hair and body

Any favorite hair products?

I love Suave Naturals Conditioner because it is inexpensive, goes a long way, and works very well for my hair. I also love shea butter mixed with oils because it works really well as a sealant.

Do you have a goal length and when do you hope to get there?

My goal length has varied over the year, but right now, I would be happy to graze hip length.

What is the best tip that you can share for natural hair?

Keep your regimen simple! I know this has been said it a lot, but it is with a good reason. A simple regimen really does make for healthy, growing natural hair.

Where can we find you online?

I am available on

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