Sometimes, I miss being relaxed. Rarely actually. I’m not one of those natural girls that preaches her nappturality or is spiritually attached to it. My hair was just weak and brittle during my bone-straight days, so I tried a different approach. Even with my natural hair, I’ll probably wear it blown out and flat-ironed. My hair began to flourish as I learned some tricks of my girls at the LHCF. I tried a few, and these are what helped bring my hair back to life! Here’s some new info and a compilation of previous posts.
Keracare Hydrating Detangling Shampoo was my favorite hair cleanser. It seemed to wash my hair without stripping it, which I loved. I always felt like my hair was genuinely clean when using it, which I did once or twice a week.
Mmmmm. Mizani Moisturfuse Conditioner. I forgot how much I adore this stuff. I’m in love with My Keracare Humecto, and I adore this stuff as well. This is by far the creamiest conditioner that I have ever come in contact with. Just the feel of it on your hands reminds me of an uber expensive body cream. The second that it touches your hair, your can feel how moisturized your tresses instantly become. Yep, its a bit expensive. But it’s soooo well worth it. If you have any signs of dry hair, this is the first conditioner that I would recommend.
Now, If you want to put out a few more dollars, this Keracare Essential Oils for the Hair is the TRUTH. The moment you see and smell this stuff, you know that it is salon quality. The shine is unbelievable, and I can almost bet that no matter how damaged your hair might be, this will make it look like a million bucks. You will find nothing but sunflower seed, peanut, castor, coconut, jojoba, sesame, aloe vera, almond, and olive oil goodness in this bottle. This does contain to things that I have never heard of, propylparaben and BHA, as well as perfume. But, I don’t care! I use this stuff sparingly, because it is expensive. I still use my Surge Lotion Motion #9 when I’m feeling cheap. I highly recommend you order online at Irby’s.
They have outstanding prices! $9.99 for 4oz and $15.99 for 8 oz.
I also loved deep-conditioning my hair. Often times, I always used olive oil. This tried and true beauty trick is a winner! I’d drench my hair in oil, put on a shower cap, and handle my business. After a half-hour minimum, my hair was penetrated with moisture. Any brand will do, just go to the supermarket and pick up a bottle! Or, go ahead and mix some with your favorite conditioner for a custom made treatment.
I didn’t have relaxed hair when this came out, but I know both naturals and relaxed sistas that use it and have miraculous results!
Whoever says that your hair can’t grow fast is very wrong. I am so thrilled to have found Boundless Tressed Growth Serum!!! I bought this after reading tons of threads on my favorite discussion board, Long Hair Care Forum. I noticed a frantic thread titled “Naturallady…I need odorless MTG!!!!” For those of you that don’t know, MTG is an oil that helps your hair grow. It was origionally made for people, but marketed for horses. Let’s not forget it smells like bacon. Hmmm. Anyway, this odorless MTG reportedly made your hair grow quick, and didn’t have a smell! I had to buy it. It only took me a week and a half to see noticable results. That is insane! I have a full hairline again!!! I am soooooo happy! My hair is softer and less coarse! The best part…a bottle is only $12!!!! So if you want long, flowing, thick, healthy hair, check this out!!!
I really, really wanted to try this. Our friends at Phyto created the Phytospecific Phytorelaxer. It’s about time that someone realized they could make oodles of money for creating this! The site says “Phytospecific Phytorelaxer Index 2 is a gentle formula for straightening and smoothing normal, thick, and coarse hair. Egg and soy complex gently straighten even resistant hair and is very mild on the scalp. Does not contain Lye.” Phytorelaxer=WAY less damage. There is also the Index 1 relaxer for fine/delicate hair. I believe I read that Oprah uses this on her hair, don’t quote me though.
Until next time, Stay Scandalous!