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    Posted: Apr 20 2010 at 10:44am
Anyone ever used laniks or halley's curls relaxed texture before? Can you share your experience? I'm wearing Wags VS straight right now but I want to try a relaxed texture for my next install.
 
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wat up.  I have Laniks rt installed now for about 6 weeks.  I don't know much about the halley's curls but laniks is very guud.  First off the texture is incredible.  It matches my hair to a tee.  I just have a part down the middle in 14" and subtle layers.  Products are very easy but try to find sum moisture block.  Curling is the only problem.  It curls but you will have to pin curl at  night to stay. I have done a lot to it like deep wave it and spiral curl.  I have more projects for this hair.  I was gonna send it back when I first opened it cuz I was not impressed.  The wefts from laniks are sturdy too.  It really responds to products.  Silk remedy is the best for this hair and a hot flat iron.

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wat up.  I have Laniks rt installed now for about 6 weeks.  I don't know much about the halley's curls but laniks is very guud.  First off the texture is incredible.  It matches my hair to a tee.  I just have a part down the middle in 14" and subtle layers.  Products are very easy but try to find sum moisture block.  Curling is the only problem.  It curls but you will have to pin curl at  night to stay. I have done a lot to it like deep wave it and spiral curl.  I have more projects for this hair.  I was gonna send it back when I first opened it cuz I was not impressed.  The wefts from laniks are sturdy too.  It really responds to products.  Silk remedy is the best for this hair and a hot flat iron.

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Originally posted by krazykatanya krazykatanya wrote:

wat up.  I have Laniks rt installed now for about 6 weeks.  I don't know much about the halley's curls but laniks is very guud.  First off the texture is incredible.  It matches my hair to a tee.  I just have a part down the middle in 14" and subtle layers.  Products are very easy but try to find sum moisture block.  Curling is the only problem.  It curls but you will have to pin curl at  night to stay. I have done a lot to it like deep wave it and spiral curl.  I have more projects for this hair.  I was gonna send it back when I first opened it cuz I was not impressed.  The wefts from laniks are sturdy too.  It really responds to products.  Silk remedy is the best for this hair and a hot flat iron.

Thank you so much for sharingSmile
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Senghori shells has a decent relaxed texture as well. IMA...The cons: when you wash it it stays straight. The pros: it air dries relatively quickly.
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relaxed texture is processed to be straight. So whether wet or dry it will stay straight...

as far as Halley's is concerned you might wanna do some research and read some reviews before taking the plunge. Just my word of advice.
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Thanks Dyequeen.
Mz, I found a thread about a girl receiving a tank top instead of her hairConfused That's crazy!!!!!
 
Thanks for the head up!
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Ive tried Halleys Curls Relaxed before, it was overall good hair. My 18 inch was way coarser with more kinks than my 12 inches. My 12" was on the silky side so I was pretty upset about that. But I made it work anyways, The wefts were nice and there was hardly any shedding or tangling. It didnt blend perfectly with my leave out tho, I think the Extensions plus has some of the best and realistic relaxed texture hair. 
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i have EPRT and EPRST samples and I flat ironed them and they were nice. thats going to be my late summer fall install and I will be purchasing by july!
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I really like EPRST but I know I'll have a hard time explaining to my hubby that I spent so much on hair.
 
Maybe I should put it down on my mother's day wish list and see if that worksTongue
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