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    Posted: May 12 2006 at 10:32am
MY HAIR IS RELAXED RIGHT NOW & I'M WONDERING IF I COULD TEXTURIZE THE NEW GROWTH WITHOUT AFFECTING THE RELAXED PART?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 13 2006 at 11:04pm
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DON'T DO IT! Sista you will be giving yourself a "CHEMICAL FADE" lol! Nothing mixes with relaxers but....relaxers. I do hair so I know this. It is really hard to process over hair that already has a treatment on it. If you really want a texturizer, you can cut your hair down to the new growth and texturize it. That look acturally works for alot of sista (Eva and Jada Pinket did it), rock it girl!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 17 2006 at 7:02am
You can texturize your new growth at your next touch up time.  A texturizer is nothing but a relaxer  left on just long enough to loosen your natural curl pattern.  It won't affect your relaxed hair since you will only be  texturizing your new growth as you would be with a relaxer touch-up.   Overlapping could be a problem though as you will be over processing your relaxed hair. Basically, the only other problem you could
have is one of different textures (text and relaxed hair) since your new
growth will most likely match your natural texture.  Eventually though...you will have to cut off your relaxed hair if you want your entire head to be texturized.  Now you can't  use a Jheri curl tpe curly perm to texturize because thio based products don't mix with relaxers.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 18 2006 at 3:42pm
will just leaving the perm on for a short time only on the new growth give a texturized affect?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 19 2006 at 12:59pm
A texturizer is just another word for mild relaxer.  Some people even texturize with true relaxers.
 
You'd be relaxing hair that's already relaxed.  You have to grow your hair out and texturize to have a good length.  Or if you want /to tranistion into being texturized, just texturize the new growth and trim the relaxed hair off at a later date.
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 08 2006 at 3:49pm
you should never mix a relaxer and a texturizer it could do some serious damage!!!!!!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 09 2006 at 12:00am
Some people try this and it turns out okay, for some it doesn't work. IF you try it you have to make sure you don't touch the relaxed hair (if using a relaxer to texturize). If you overlap you're in trouble (thinning, breakage, all the side effects of overprocessing, including the "chemical hair cut")
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