It’s already been that time and i texlaxed my hair again. Yes i KNOw, i said i’ll wait, but the thing is i remembered that everytime i tried to push my relaxer more than what my hair asked, i always ended up with a lot more damages than needed.
So this time around i decided to play caution, and i went ahead & texlaxed, using my trusty ORS relaxer kit for normal hair.
I used this method here, except i added a 5th part for my bangs 🙂
I then neutralized, deep conditioned using the products coming in the kit.
After wash products :
– Aphogee pro-vitamin leave-in conditionner
– Aphogee Keratin & green tea restructurizer
– H.E None of your frizness
– Chi silk infusion serum
Heat protectant : Tresemme heat defense spritz
I wore my hair down the whole day, then before bed i oiled my scalp with JBCO, then moisturized with H.E LTR split ends protector. No sealing.
I know that’s all you are waiting, lol, so here are the pictures 🙂 The video will be here in a little
Looks SO good! You are officially in the Long Haired Club! And it doesn’t even look as thin as it did when you were debating cutting it, it really looks nice!
hey mama, thanks a lot 🙂 i can’t wait to have blunt ends 🙂
Hi Nuna, your hair looks so beautiful. Your doing a great job taking care of it. HHJ
thank you christina 🙂 have a great hair journey as well
Looking great. Ur hair has thicknd up. Ur bangs r growing too. Will u keep or grow it out? Nice one. xxx
thank you so much, i think i will grow it out 🙂
waaaa! tes cheveux ont tellement de corps! comment tu les coiffes ? vu que je suis en afrique et éttoufée par la chaleur je ne fais que des ponytails
D’abord merci, euh alors ça dépend vraiment des moments, je viens de créer sur ma page Facebook un album que je vais enrichir de mes coiffures de l’hiver donc hésite pas à jeter un coup d’oeil 🙂
A très bientot
How do you texlax your hair?
I went to a hair specialist yesterday to “texlax” my hair, but he didn’t know what I was talking about.
Result, my hair is now bone relax and because I have a very fine texture hair, I’m not very happy.
But, the hair specialist is very excellent. Since 4 years that I’ve been living in Belgium, it’s the very first time I was smilling at the end of a hair service!!
Can you give me some tips for the next “TEXLAX” cause I don’t want to do it myself at home.
Thanks for your reply and advices.
@Sonia : hi girl, well first i am happy uou walked out happy 🙂 What i would suggest if you want to do it at the salon is either :
– ask to reduce the time of application + smoothing so that there is texture left in the hair (that’s what you have to tell the stylist)
– ask to add some oil or conditionner to the relaxer so it doesn’t process fully
There is a link to how i do mine 🙂
Next texlax i def suggest you make sure the hair stylish understand you want texture left, even if it means you showing him pictures of what YOU want 🙂