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Learn the number one common mistake people make when first starting their dreads. If i go to my hairdresser and tell her i’m not relaxing anymore she is going to say i’m making a mistake. You have to have patience when trying to figure out what is going to work for you. I have to say the photo gets me every time, simply heavenly! My hair looks thin and fine and silky when relaxed and people say it resembles mixed race hair. You can see the new growth which looks about 1 inch now underneath the permed hair . I have been trying so hard to take care of it, not use heat and it just looks a mess. I’m in my 40’s and have had relaxed hair since my 20’s after having to grow out a wave nouveau. And also I was wondering is it safe to wash my hair everyday being that I work out everyday in a very very dry climate. How to prevent dry winter skin?

As the water enters the skin, it expands the tissues, like filling a balloon with water, so that wrinkles fade away and the skin feels smoother. It may be used to melt ingredients in the microwave if needed or even in a saucepan over hot water. The split ends were sticking out all over the place and nothing i put on them could make them stay down. Depending on your mood you can rock multicolor nails easy, the best part of this is you don’t need to make hard designs you just have to gather your favorite colors. I stay busy every day so I need something real easy and less time consuming. Some times they don’t come out right the first time. 1. Wash your hands first. I get blow outs and i wash my hair every two weeks. Renee the best thing to do is to use a heat protector before you blow dry or flat iron your hair, also as your natural hair grows longer it will be best to keep protective hairstyles. After rinsing the cleanser off, use a soft, clean towel to dry your face.

My mom used to clean my face with cold cream after a dance recital in which I had to wear makeup. Applying two coats of sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher is adequate protection for outdoor wear. I don’t know how to grow out this relaxer if i can’t figure out how to wear my hair. I only know its for me because I have been wanting a curly afro since I was in the third grade and I have no idea what took me so long to pursue it. She recommends products that i think have harmful ingredients like petroletum and mineral oil. I thought maybe the relaxer used was not right for me but she said its not the relaxer thats causing my damage and she doesn’t think its good to stretch relaxers she said it causes breakage. You may need to as yourself if you really want to be “natural” because frankly it sounds good but it really isn’t for everyone. One trick is to put a piece of sturdy tape on the back where you want to punch the hole and then punch through that area.

You bring up a good point when you work out you will want to put your hair in a protective hairstyle and braids will be a good idea, to prevent your hair from having excessive shrinkage. Your main goal should be to get your hair HEALTHY because it doesn’t matter what you want. I want to try to grow out the relaxer and go natural but i am not good with hair. The main reason is no good quality European human hair available in large enough quantities to make profitable large-scale production in China possible. The weight of DPT tells your body to relax, it sends out happy hormones and stops the production of stress hormones that make you feel anxious. I tried to do braid outs and it came out a mess. When i did the braid out and roller set i can’t describe what it looked like but it did not resemble braid outs and roller sets i have seen pictures of.

It looked like spaghetti and it was not soft or smooth and didn’t look shiny like it used to. It just doesn’t look or feel the way it used to. Plus i have split ends all the way to my scalp and they stick out and won’t lay down. I’m thinking about just going back to the stupid relaxer and making do with the hair i have at least it will be somewhat manageable as long as i flat iron it or use a curling iron. I’m in the transition phase of going natural and it’s super hard because I already have short hair and its very hard to comb through (unless its soaking wet). Finally, if you suspect that anything is going wrong, you should rush to your surgeon and get it checked. You can “get good” at it. If your not good with hair guess what? I can barely pull the hair on the top and crown into a pony tail.