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Is if possible to wrap texlaxed hair straight when it is wet and curly and no heat is involved?
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Originally posted by SuperKam SuperKam wrote:

Whoops! Issues with the pictures coming up...

http://i42.tinypic.com/amb393.jpg - http://i42.tinypic.com/amb393.jpg
http://i40.tinypic.com/rm1s01.jpg - http://i40.tinypic.com/rm1s01.jpg

Originally posted by SuperKam SuperKam wrote:

Hello Ladies!

My first post and it's to show some nice results from my recent texlax...

I was relaxed most of my life. Then I did the BC back in September of 2011 after transitioning briefly for about 6 months. I went natural for 4 months before I decided to texlax a few days ago. I had fun getting to learn my natural hair, but my natural hair was a lot more work for me.

The major differences between my natural hair and my texlaxed hair is just my curls were loosened which created a greater definition because they weren't as tightly coiled and it retains moisture better (my natural hair was a SPONGE and ALWAYS thirsty). And while my natural hair was never nappy or tangled, on the rare occasion that I do use my Denmark brush - it did not "catch" on any edges or ends.

In the pictures above, I had Creme of Nature Leave-in-Conditioner, Castor oil and Ecogel OLIVE OIL edition on it after a wash-n-go. :)

My daily regime includes a shampoo with Aussie Moist Shampoo, Suave Humectant Conditioner, and then the above, though most days I go without the gel. About once or twice a month I deep condition (Queen Helen's Cholesterol with Oils) and do a protein treatment (Aphogee 2-minute). And every two weeks I also wash with Roux Porosity control.

I will also mix Aphogee Leave-in-Conditioner with my Creme of Nature as Aphogee is mostly a protein leave-in. And too much protein tends to dry my hair out and make it crunchy.

I use a variety of other oils such as Virgin Coconut Oil, EVOO, and Grapeseed oil. I also will go without the leave-in and simply not rinse out the Suave Humectant, but I find Suave to not be as "creamy" and more watery and my hair needs a balance of creamy and smooth so I'll swap out with Aussie Moist Conditioner or Tresemme.




I would love to get my hair like this.

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Originally posted by Diva315 Diva315 wrote:

Originally posted by SuperKam SuperKam wrote:

Whoops! Issues with the pictures coming up...

http://i42.tinypic.com/amb393.jpg - http://i42.tinypic.com/amb393.jpg
http://i40.tinypic.com/rm1s01.jpg - http://i40.tinypic.com/rm1s01.jpg

Originally posted by SuperKam SuperKam wrote:

Hello Ladies!

My first post and it's to show some nice results from my recent texlax...

I was relaxed most of my life. Then I did the BC back in September of 2011 after transitioning briefly for about 6 months. I went natural for 4 months before I decided to texlax a few days ago. I had fun getting to learn my natural hair, but my natural hair was a lot more work for me.

The major differences between my natural hair and my texlaxed hair is just my curls were loosened which created a greater definition because they weren't as tightly coiled and it retains moisture better (my natural hair was a SPONGE and ALWAYS thirsty). And while my natural hair was never nappy or tangled, on the rare occasion that I do use my Denmark brush - it did not "catch" on any edges or ends.

In the pictures above, I had Creme of Nature Leave-in-Conditioner, Castor oil and Ecogel OLIVE OIL edition on it after a wash-n-go. :)

My daily regime includes a shampoo with Aussie Moist Shampoo, Suave Humectant Conditioner, and then the above, though most days I go without the gel. About once or twice a month I deep condition (Queen Helen's Cholesterol with Oils) and do a protein treatment (Aphogee 2-minute). And every two weeks I also wash with Roux Porosity control.

I will also mix Aphogee Leave-in-Conditioner with my Creme of Nature as Aphogee is mostly a protein leave-in. And too much protein tends to dry my hair out and make it crunchy.

I use a variety of other oils such as Virgin Coconut Oil, EVOO, and Grapeseed oil. I also will go without the leave-in and simply not rinse out the Suave Humectant, but I find Suave to not be as "creamy" and more watery and my hair needs a balance of creamy and smooth so I'll swap out with Aussie Moist Conditioner or Tresemme.




I would love to get my hair like this.



Me too, I love this! I wish there was a before picture, so I could see if I could sort of expect a similar outcome
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Originally posted by SuperKam SuperKam wrote:

Whoops! Issues with the pictures coming up...

http://i42.tinypic.com/amb393.jpg - http://i42.tinypic.com/amb393.jpg
http://i40.tinypic.com/rm1s01.jpg - http://i40.tinypic.com/rm1s01.jpg

Originally posted by SuperKam SuperKam wrote:

Hello Ladies!

My first post and it's to show some nice results from my recent texlax...

I was relaxed most of my life. Then I did the BC back in September of 2011 after transitioning briefly for about 6 months. I went natural for 4 months before I decided to texlax a few days ago. I had fun getting to learn my natural hair, but my natural hair was a lot more work for me.

The major differences between my natural hair and my texlaxed hair is just my curls were loosened which created a greater definition because they weren't as tightly coiled and it retains moisture better (my natural hair was a SPONGE and ALWAYS thirsty). And while my natural hair was never nappy or tangled, on the rare occasion that I do use my Denmark brush - it did not "catch" on any edges or ends.

In the pictures above, I had Creme of Nature Leave-in-Conditioner, Castor oil and Ecogel OLIVE OIL edition on it after a wash-n-go. :)

My daily regime includes a shampoo with Aussie Moist Shampoo, Suave Humectant Conditioner, and then the above, though most days I go without the gel. About once or twice a month I deep condition (Queen Helen's Cholesterol with Oils) and do a protein treatment (Aphogee 2-minute). And every two weeks I also wash with Roux Porosity control.

I will also mix Aphogee Leave-in-Conditioner with my Creme of Nature as Aphogee is mostly a protein leave-in. And too much protein tends to dry my hair out and make it crunchy.

I use a variety of other oils such as Virgin Coconut Oil, EVOO, and Grapeseed oil. I also will go without the leave-in and simply not rinse out the Suave Humectant, but I find Suave to not be as "creamy" and more watery and my hair needs a balance of creamy and smooth so I'll swap out with Aussie Moist Conditioner or Tresemme.



What did you use to texlax?
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I was a 3c/4a before texlaxing
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