Articles in the Relaxed Hair Category
What’s your hair budget? Will it preclude you from having the healthy hair that you want? I hope not. There are times in our lives when we have to cut back on our spending, whether for one thing or the other but we still need to look good. You should not let your hair suffer because you are on a budget. You can budget smart and achieve your hair goals.
Your hair can flourish and grow on just five or less products. The key to having really lovely hair whether it …
This hair regimen is for relaxed hair, as I am constantly reminded relaxed hair is weaker than natural hair and needs extra care and attention. This is a typical regimen, as usual it is just a guide for persons who may not have a regimen. Feel free to tweak the information here at will.
Post Relaxer- 4-6 weeks
Shampoo hair every week using organic shampoo. The week after the relaxer add a drop or two of rosemary or lavender oil and a teaspoon of olive oil or coconut oil to your shampoo. …
Hair Philosophy: Less is More.
Hair Treatment: I give my hair a hot oil treatment every Thursday night with the hot oil recipe.
Shampoo: I shampoo my hair every Friday morning with a non-sulfate shampoo. Most times I use my own concoction. Once a month I shampoo with baking soda and apple cider vinegar.
Condition: I co-wash hair twice per week when my hair is 12 weeks post relaxer. I use Porosity Control Conditioner or my own concoction. For a good ‘under the kitchen sink’ kind of condition for my hair, I use …