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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 19 2003 at 9:40am

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 19 2003 at 6:58pm

I don't color my hair, but from what I've heard is that you should always RELAX or TEXTURIZE FIRST, then COLOR the treated hair. Process the hair first, then color it! Any "double treatment" you do to the hair is going to be damaging. If you want one more than the other, I'd stick with one till your hair is strong enough to endure two hair treatments.

NOTE: I may have this backwards. Correct me if anyone's heard or knows differently.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 20 2003 at 1:00am
Originally posted by HairDiva HairDiva wrote:

I don't color my hair, but from what I've heard is that you should always RELAX or TEXTURIZE FIRST, then COLOR the treated hair. Process the hair first, then color it! Any "double treatment" you do to the hair is going to be damaging. If you want one more than the other, I'd stick with one till your hair is strong enough to endure two hair treatments.

NOTE: I may have this backwards. Correct me if anyone's heard or knows differently.

 

I both perm and color...and yes perm first color second.  The perm will strip some of the color.

Yes you will have to take extra care of your hair if you want to do both.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 20 2003 at 6:01pm

Hi everyone,

I've also heard that you should relax before you color. I was told that 2 week in  between treatment was a minimum.  I'm about to texturize my hair and then color it next month. Anyone have any recommendations for texturizers?  

I have very course, dry hair.  I used the box kits without much success in the past. I stopped using a traditional relaxer 1 1/2 year ago.  I tried the completely natural look when my hair was really short, but as it grew it was really hard to style and manage.  The box kits grew out quickly, but didn't look very good. My hair looked dry like an 'almost jherri curl'.  I just wan't a regular afro that I can pick out without a lot of tension and stress on my hair.  The texturizer loosened up my natural curl enough to be manageable.  I would like to find a good product that doesn't dry the hair like the box kits. 

Let me know if anyone has found a good texturizer.

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Kayzi

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec 03 2003 at 1:23pm

 

are u nuts you can never ever relax /texturize and color less than one month unless u use a semi like jazzin so wonder you did not lose all your hair pleaze do not do this ever again.  only you know what you have been doing to your hair. do not let anyone tell you some stupid crap like that and I have been using precise almost six years and the box states not to do that next time do what the instructions say not people. Better yet read the book Beautiul black hair by shamboosie it is a good book! or e-mail him  shamboosie@Aol.com

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec 03 2003 at 1:47pm

Are you nuts!

I wait two weeks.  My hair is to the middle of my back.  Please don't try to scare people when you don't acutlly know all there is on a subject.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 04 2004 at 11:09am
how long do I have to wait till I bleach my hair
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BLEACHING RELAXED HAIR IS TAKING A RISK BECAUSE BLEACHING IS SO HARSH AND YOU ALREADY HAVE WEAKENED THE HAIR BONDS WITH A RELAXER.  I PERSONALLY WOULD NOT DO IT, BUT THE CHOICE IS YOURS. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 04 2004 at 11:52pm
INNOCENCE, PERHAPS YOU SHOULD USE A SEMI-PERMANENT COLOR LIKE BIGEN IF YOU ARE HAVING TROUBLE.  THERE ARE FEWER RISKS WITH THIS TYPE OF MILDER COLOR TREATMENT.
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