Meet Tex Queen, Delphine Okobah

February 19, 2016

Hi Guys, How is it going as per hair resolutions and all? Mine is not going badly. Sometimes I start getting excited about the different things I should do with my hair then I just remember ‘low manipulation’ and keep calm. Lol Anyways, that’s not the topic for today; we are introducing a new series: The Tex Queen which alongside our daily discoveries and conversation on how to grow healthy relaxed…

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Texlaxed: First time a charm

December 4, 2015

Hi guys, Been a minute. Did anyone try the tea rinse? How did it go? I’d like to know your experience. Recently, I have been contemplating what to do with my hair as I had texturized earlier in the year and was due for a touch-up. I had three options: do nothing (let the breakage continue and gradually transit back to natural hair), texturize or texlax. I have accepted that I’m…

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Choosing the right hair dryer

September 5, 2015

The hair dryer is possibly the most popular and most used heat styling tool out there. Prior to my healthy hair journey, I used whatever dryer was available in the salon or in my immediate vicinity because they all do the same thing, don’t they? errrm yes and no. Yes they all dry hair, but no because I quickly learned that all hair dryers are not created equal. The difference…

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Rollersets = silky texlaxed hair

January 28, 2015

Before I started my hair journey, I always used to have silky hair. However, it was very ‘light’. I started my hair journey in the quest for thickness which has improved but in my opinion still haven’t fully attained. I think that the only things that have helped my fine hair strands so far have been: The JBCO family; and Intentionally under-processing my hair (otherwise called ‘texlaxing’). Well, back to…

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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…

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