What the brand says
If your hair is dry and hard to manage Coco Loco is designed to give it the kiss of life. Coco Loco is a solid balm that melts into a oil to infuse dry hair with the goodness of coconut.
Coco Loco is the new range by Lee Stafford that launched just in time to keep your hair looking tip top over the summer period. There are 6 products in the collection which include:
- Lee Stafford Coco Loco Coconut spritz £5.99
- Lee Stafford Coco Loco Blow and Go Genius Lotion £6.99
- Lee Stafford Coco Loco Coconut Balm £6.99
- Lee Stafford coco Loco Conditioner £5.99
- Lee Stafford Coco Loco Coconut mask £6.99
- Lee Stafford Coco Loco Shampoo £5.99
I recently got sent the Coco Loco coconut balm and Coco Loco Coconut spritz (read the review here) to try. I love the smell of coconut and Coco Loco certainly doesn’t disappoint. The smell isn’t too light but it’s not overpowering either. The balm is solid but as soon as you touch it it melts into a liquid form.
I did find it was quite tricky to get product out of the little tin, mainly because of the solid consistency of the balm. Each time I got a small amount of product and had to keep going back for more. I didn’t get out as much product as I’d like because of this which was a bit annoying.
The next morning my hair felt easy to manage and style. I did feel my hair initially looked super sleek and shiny, even more so than with the Coco Loco coconut spritz. This streamlined look didn’t really last however and by the next day my hair looked a little wayward.
The Coco Loco Coconut balm initially works well in helping to make hair more manageable and look really shiny. I don’t really think the effects last longer than a day though which was a bit disappointing.
I give it 3/5
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- Leaves hair looking initially super shiny
- Hair is fairly easy to manage
- Lovely smell
- The pot shape makes it’s hard to get out much of the product at one time. You do have to keep going back for more product.
- Effects don’t last that long