Reviving Your Hair After A Relaxer
Your natural hair has made a comeback and being strutted down runways, in boardrooms and in the media. But making the decision to embrace your natural curls can be both an uplifting but challenging experience. Check out our tips for making the switch to sexy, natural hair without losing your lust factor.
In your state of transition what your tresses need most is moisture. Stick with sulfate-free shampoos and regular deep conditioning to keep your hair and scalp hydrated and super sexy.
Transition your hair with ease by styling your mane with twists, braids, roller sets, and straw sets to help you move from relaxer to natural. These can help to diminish the noticeable difference in your two hair textures and no one will be the wiser. Also, steer clear of heat styling as to not retard your natural look.
You don’t always have to stress out about transitioning and coming up with funky styles as your relaxer grows out. Get it over with early by doing the “Big Chop”. Cutting off all of your relaxed hair and starting with fresh, virgin strands may be a big step but easy to dress up with great jewelry and chic attire.
Even natural hair still requires attention to detail. See your stylist for regular trims every six to eight weeks for a fresh, natural and healthy hair do!