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CoCo LoCo is a new range from Celebrity hairdresser Lee Stafford. Coconut oil is rich in lauric acid which has a natural affinity to hair protein. This allows it to penetrate the shaft and provide hydration and softness to the hair.
For this reason Lee has said
”coconut oil is one of the best ingredients you can use on your hair., and that is why I’m so excited to launch my very own CoCo LoCo range! So if it’s sleek, smooth, shiny hair you’re after then look no further ….this moisturising product range does exactly that!”
The range includes:
- CoCo LoCo Shampoo
- CoCo LoCo Conditioner
- CoCo LoCo CoConut mask
- CoCo LoCo Light serum spray
- CoCo LoCo CoConut balm
- CoCo LoCo CoConut spritz
- CoCo LoCo Blow & go genius lotion
- CoCo LoCo Mousse
- CoCo LoCo hairspray
- CoCo LoCo dry shampoo
I was sent the CoCo LoCo dry shampoo and CoCo LoCo light serum spray to try.
Lee Stafford Coco Loco Dry Shampoo
CoCo LoCo Dry Shampoo comes in a lovely matte soft baby pink canister. It’s described on the canister as a delicate powder that’s gentle on the scalp yet super absorbent. Scent-wise there’s a hint of the signature Lee Stafford scent with a subtle hint of coconut.
The consistency of the dry shampoo is fairly standard compared to other brands. It applied quite easily and blended into my dark hair with no powdery white residue. I always apply my dry shampoo at night as I find it adds more volume to my fine hair. On waking my hair looked greasier than before application- I’d applied on 1 day old hair and normally I use dry shampoo on 2 day old hair. I tried again twice more and had the same issue each time. Maybe on someone with thicker hair it would work better.
Lee Stafford Coco Loco Light Serum Spray
The Light Serum spray is “a weightless coconut concoction, that leaves hair glossy and smelling deliciously coconutty day and night.”
It’s designed to be applied to wet hair and spritzed on mid lengths through to ends. Scent wise it’s similar to the dry shampoo. You do get a fairly good amount of product and the packaging is transparent so you can see how much is left.
I trialled this over a few days, and again being honest I wasn’t blown away by this product. My hair is fine and flyaway and I didn’t notice any reduction in the amount of fly-aways. I also didn’t see any noticeable difference in the amount of hydration or shine my hair had after use. I also found the bottle felt sticky all the time meaning for me it’s not suitable for travel.
All in all I wasn’t overly impressed with either product which is a shame as I love the Pink range by Lee Stafford and wanted to love this too.
You can find the full range of Lee Stafford Coco Loco products here
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