ABOUT MY DAUGHTER HAIR

HI I AM NEW TO THE COMMENT BUT READ A LOT OF STUFF SO I WONT TO KNOW CAN YOU HELP ME SOLVE  MY PROBLEM I HAVE TWO DAUGHTER BUT I AM GOING TO START WITH THE OLDER ONE FIRST  SHE DO HAVE RELAX HAIR BUT I HAVE NOT HAD ANY PROBLEM UNTIL NOW HER HAIR IS SO SHORT IT WAS LONG IT DRY HARD BRITTLE VERY VERY DRY ANY STYLE I PUT ON HER HAIR IT DOES NOT WORK I ONLY PERM HAIR HAIR 2 TO 3 MONTH I NEVER DONE DEEP CONDITIONING AND STUFF LIKE THAT I AM GOING TO CHANGE HER PERM TO DARK AND LOVELY  BUT I WAS USING JUST FOR ME I BEEN USING THAT FOR ABOUT 4 YEAR NOW CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME WHAT WRONG BUYING STUFF JUST DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO START I WILL BE WAITING ON YOU R COMMENT FOR IDEA

Natural Hair Novice Asked on August 23, 2016 in Hair Damage/Hair Loss.
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My specialty is natural hair, so I won’t have all the answers for you. I CAN tell though that your first step needs to be to make a decision about relaxing her hair. If you’re going to relax, then it needs to be done every 4 to 6 weeks as recommended. Waiting two to three months in between relaxers is probably the root to most of your problems.

The line where her relaxed hair and her natural hair meets is called the line of demarcation. It is VERY sensitive and it doesn’t take much for the hair to break there. The longer you go between relaxers, the weaker that area gets. If you decide to transition her hair back to natural you’ll need to regularly (weekly) deep condition her hair (using heat) alternating between a moisturizing conditioner and a protein conditioner each month.

If you’ve never done a protein treatment on her hair then you’ll want to do one ASAP. This Jamaican Black Castor Oil Protein Treatment is a good one to try. This will help repair and strengthen her weak and damaged hair strands. If her hair is damaged, then a trim is in order. It will only get worse if left unchecked.

Admin Answered on August 23, 2016.
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THANK YOU SO MUCH IT HELP ME BUT LOOK I WONT HER TO GO NATURAL BUT READING  COMMENT FROM OTHER SITE SAID ONCE YOU RELAX YOUR HAIR IT CAN NEVER BE REMOVE UNLESS YOU CUT THE HAIR OFF.OKAY WITH THE CASTOR WHAT YOU WONT ME TO DO WITH IT.OKAY LET ME TELL YOU THIS FIRST I AM GOING TO RELAX HER HAIR THIS FRIDAY.OKAY TELL ME WHAT WILL BE GOOD TO USE ON HERE HAIR TO HELP GROW IT LIKE SHAMPOO CONDITION STUFF TO USE TO DEEP CONDITION HER HAIR AND HOW OFTEN I NEED TO DO IT SO I CAN BUY EVERYTHING FRIDAY AND START ON HER HAIR .BUT SO FAR THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE COMMENT.SOMETIME I JUST WONT TO CUT IT OFF BUT I HAD TO THINK ABOUT IT WHEN I WAS SEARCHING FOR ANSWER UNTIL I CAME AROUND THIS WEBSITE

Natural Hair Novice Answered on August 23, 2016.
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You’re absolutely right. Once you chemically alter the hair, there’s no changing it back. But you do have options other than cutting it off completely. You can transition her hair back to natural and cut the relaxed parts out gradually, but it will take some patience and dedication on your part. The awesome part is that there are tons of resources out there at your disposal.

The protein treatment I recommended needs to be done once a month. You’ll have to read the instructions on the product for best application. Given that my specialty is in natural hair, I don’t have a lot of recommendations for products that work well on relaxed hair. It’s just not my wheelhouse. I’m sorry. But keep in mind, product selection is only a small part of a way bigger picture. Monthly protein treatments and regular protective styling should start you on the right track while you research and decide what you’re ultimately going to do.

Admin Answered on August 23, 2016.
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