Now that I think about it, it makes sense. Ask yourself this: Do you flatiron your hair even though you just relaxed your hair BONE straight?
If you answered yes then why are you relaxing your hair anyway if you are going to use a flatiron to straighten it afterwards. Ummm it looks like you (and me, I'm guilty too) are causing more damage to our strands.
Maybe telaxing will be better for me and maybe you. It might even help thicken up my ends. I'm cheesing now just thinking about the idea! Now if that didn't convince you..think of how much money you will save instead of going to the salon to get a relaxer when you could do it yourself.
The L.O.C Method (Technique for Moisture) on 4c Hair Type using Shea Moisture Products - SOOOOOO for 2016 I said I was going to be more open with trying new techniques for my hair. Last night I decide to try the LOC method for the 1st time. I w...
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