Stephanie’s RELAXER UPDATE! ?

November 23, 2015

Hi Sizzelle Town! After about 6 long months of stretching, I finally got my hair relaxed and oh am I loving it ? ! I’ve been a bit weary about relaxing my hair again because as I mentioned previously, my last relaxer left me with a mixture of textures; my ends were bone straight and the back was so under-processed, it was practically natural. The front was nicely textured and I…


Transitioning from bone straight relaxed hair to ‘texlaxed’ hair

January 27, 2015

What is texlaxing? This is basically intentionally underprocessing your relaxer because you want to avoid hair that is too straight (otherwise called bone straight hair). Why texlax? Texlaxing reduces the potential damage caused by relaxers and helps hair look fuller. This is especially for ladies with fine hair strands or scanty hair. How to texlax There are several ways you can achieve semi-processed hair and if you prefer, you can even…


Relaxer day! 19th November 2014 {Dr Fomsky}

November 24, 2014

Week before I washed and deep conditioned my hair using a light protein conditioner. Please read that wash day HERE. Night before Moisturized my hair with Pura Body Naturals Muru Muru moisture milk and finger detangled my hair as thoroughly as I could. Sealed in the moisture with my coconut oil and hemp seed oil mix. Massaged Jamaican black castor oil into my scalp. I did this to prevent my…


Relaxer day – 17th July 2014 {Dr Fomsky}

July 30, 2014

Hi guys…sorry for the delay in giving you my relaxer day update. I wanted to do the post on my love-hate relationship with relaxers first. Don’t be surprised if I come out with a big chop announcement soon!! LOL! The night before Detangled with Silk Elements Silken Child Detangling spray. Relaxer day Based scalp with Jamaican black castor oil Applied Coconut oil on my hair followed by Affirm FiberGuard Preservo…


I hate relaxers!

July 29, 2014

Yes, I hate relaxers!! Ok…the truth is I have a love-hate relationship with relaxers. I just had one done two weeks ago and I have mixed feelings about it. I’ll tell you why: Reason 1. Thinning strands: I am happy with the state of my ‘texlaxed’ hair now: I already have low to moderate density hair strands which are fine in diameter and I don’t want my hair to become…


My last relaxer day with results – Fadesola

July 17, 2014

One of the reasons I don’t usually have a relaxer lying around is to prevent ‘on-impulse’ relaxer day. I swear when I am deep into my stretch and I am approaching relaxer day, I try to keep my mind off the relaxer day hair not just because I was battling tangles but just to have my hair “tamed” or less work for me. I had originally planned to relax my…


I’ve relaxed my hair! No drama just texture!

May 1, 2014

Hi guys! Happy May-day! Happy new month! I promise to be better in publishing posts this month. Last month, I relaxed my hair. If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen my update there. I didn’t want to do it myself and I didn’t want to go a salon either so I asked my friend (who is also in healthy hair) to help me out. The products 1….


So I tried self-relaxing….NOT WITHOUT SOME DRAMA!

February 28, 2014

Oh my, my, my! I cannot categorically tell you how I feel right now: it’s a combination of love and hate. (I think my ‘Oga at the Top’ can explain it better). Love for my daring self * the part of me that wants to just try new things like a thunder bolt* Hate for the part of me that ends up feeling wasted after the adrenalin level is reduced….


Hair relaxers – what you need to know! (Part 2)

February 25, 2014

Differences between Lye relaxers and no-lye relaxers Lye relaxers are gentler on the hair but burn scalp faster than no-lye relaxers. Due to the lower amount of straightness, they usually break less disulfide bonds. No-Lye relaxers often produce straighter results and are gentler on the scalp than Lye relaxers. Lye relaxers are usually preferred by professional hair stylists No-lye relaxers are usually sold to everyone and can be found easily….