Share Help! My relaxed hair feels like straw- what can I do?   First of all, do not panic. It’s like when you lose something; the best...

Share How to avoid Relaxer relapse   There are 2 groups, those who are transitioning, and those who have Big chopped   A lot of women are now becoming more comfortable with BC’ing so let’s address this first. So you‘ve done your big chop after getting up the courage to rock a new look, you’re experimenting with make up and an extravagant   earrings,...

Share Which is better: lye or no-lye relaxer? No lye relaxers (boxed relaxer kits) are not the best form of relaxers to use.  Often they dry the hair out and damage the hair far beyond the effects that lye has on the hair.  The myth is often that “no-lye” is better because it is free of lye, leaving some harsh chemical, sodium hydroxide, out of the equation. ...

Share How to Relax African American Hair If you are thinking to relax your hair for the very first time, then it is advisable to seek professional help.  However, if you are convinced that you can do it yourself at home then make sure you do it right.  Relaxed hair done right looks great; relaxed hair done wrong can create havoc. Discover the best product for your...

Share For me, there is nothing like the feel of a fresh relaxer. I love the way my hair falls and moves. How the breeze lifts the strands and tickles my scalp. Mostly I love how I can loosen up my regime for a few days and just wrap and forget my hair. It’s no fuss styling for slugs like me. At the end of the long road called stretching, I see my relaxer as a reward...

Share How to Stretch Relaxers Successfully The price that women must pay for beauty sometimes is enormous. Yet, women cannot fight the urges to perm, die, and fry at every chance they can get. As knowledge is increased, ladies who often relax their hair have come to realize that less is more. The less you relax your hair, the healthier your hair can be. The stretching...

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