Locks A-Plenty

Updated: Jul 30

Hello Everyone!

If you think this review is going to be about locks…you’re absolutely wrong. Sorry, I’m not a hardware kind of person. The locks I’m talking about are all to do with hair! That’s right, I’m shifting the vanity game here, so I’ll be talking about the 10-Step Korean HAIR Care routine. I know it sounds daunting, but trust me, these steps aren’t hard to follow, and it won’t take up a lot of time unless you decide to do the whole routine in one go.


What Are You Talking About?

Let me start off by saying that the routine comes in two parts. One part is aimed at the scalp, while the other is aimed at the hair itself. The scalp is important because it’s where your hair grows from, and if it’s not maintained, then you’ll be sure to have dried, damaged, and flat strands.


The routine actually ensures that the scalp itself is also protected, hydrated and balanced. What I mean is that your scalp has its own pH level, i.e. it has its own acidic/alkaline level. Now, the pH level for your scalp should be between 4.5 and 5.5., so it should be a little alkaline but mostly neutral. I know…science, right?