Post Relaxer Washing

Washing the hair after you've relaxed the hair is essential in preventing breakage. The focus should be on strengthening the hair to mitigate the effect of the relaxer. 
I'd wanted to stretch the wash to 2 weeks but my scalp got itchy! However, this wash day was super easy and quick with the John Frieda detox masque.

[1]Shampoo: Lotta Body moisturizing shampoo. This is extremely moisturizing and gentle on the hair. I didn't experience any knots or tangles too. I'd suggest you try it.

[2]Masque: John Frieda Detox masque. This is to be left in the hair for 3 to 5 minutes - perfect for those of us who don't have time on our hands. Overall, John Frieda is worth the price! I've enjoyed very single range so far. 

[3] I applied hair butter and combed the hair after towel drying it. I wore the hair in a bun and it gave me a smooth finish!

[4]Next day, I used Leave in spray and followed with butter again. I'm beginning to love watery leave in conditioners more than creamy based ones. I presume it's due to the change in weather too. 
I'll do a salon wash now that I've bought some packs of magnetic rollers! I don't want to sit under hooded dryer so air drying in the rollers will helop a lot! I intend to do 10 to 11 weeks stretch and with how thick my hair gets at 7 weeks, roller sets will be great to May, 2021 relaxer. 

How's your hair doing? 


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