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How To Reduce The Effects Of Hair Relaxer/Texturizer
|How To Reduce The Effects Of Hair Relaxer/Texturizer by gurupatik: 3:30 am On June 8, 2018|
Well I finally applied the hair texturizer after reading the instructions on the pack for about an hour (don’t tell anyone but I read it like 25 times), I wanted to do it right because before then any time I apply a texturizer nothing happens and I didn’t want to burn my scalp so I read the instructions well and started the application process and in an hour I was done, do you want to know how to apply a hair texturizer/relaxer properly? I’ll tell you how in my next post, keep calm GuruPatik got your back.
I sat in the living room for about 5mins, I was watching this cool show on TV and boom! I checked the time and I was shocked to see the relaxer on my hair for 35mins, I started washing with luke-warm water and the texturizer wasn’t coming off, it came off after 30mins of washing and I used a shampoo to wash clean.
My hair felt super soft and when I looked into the mirror I hated the hair, I wanted to look cool but I was looking like widowed amber rose, I looked g*y, but the texture of that hair was so nice even Michael Jackson would have been jealous, but the look was crazy, be careful what you wish for.
Days passed and I hated the look each day then I remembered the “toothpaste and a sponge can give mini dreadlocks” so I covered my hair in toothpaste at night and washed it off with luke-warm water the next morning and I didn’t look g*y anymore, the effect of the relaxer had reduced so I styled it by brushing and wore my cap.
Few hours after the hair had dried completely my hair was looking better, I successfully refused the effect of the relaxer by using a toothpaste (pepsodent).
1. The longer you leave the pepsodent toothpaste the better.
Try it and tell us the result you got via the comments.
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