So how about my I couldn't comb my hair yesterday. It was horrible. I couldn't even finger comb my length. Ugh!!! I was like, I can wait until the end of August. However, when I tried to pull my hair into a ponytail, hairs started snapping at the joint where natural and relaxed meet. UH OH! Not a good sign. I went ahead and decided to relax at six weeks. I wrote on my Twitter that I was happy and sad that I relaxed my hair. My hair did not relax bone straight. About 70 percent of my NG was texlaxed. I could not believe my luck. I also decided to trim my hair. I trimmed my hair until it was blunt, even and full. It took me above APL; however, it looks good. It hasn't looked this good in a long time. My hair looks thick, feels heavy but has so much body and movement. It is so soft.
I am officially SL again. However, I am at a healthy length, and I do not regret trimming my hair. I am now concentrating on babying my ends. I have even hair. no thin ends. I am grateful and I am going to do my best to maintain my blunt-ness, lol.
I relaxed with ORS normal relaxer. I believe this is going to be my last time using this relaxer. I seriously think that I am moving on to a different relaxer. Another thing that I am going to do different is invest in a better and more efficient application tool. I have been researching and found a tool that I am interested in. My issue is lack of something. I cannot get all of my hair smooth. Everytime I end up telaxing, it is always completely by accident.
I am going to continue with my biotin. I take three a night. My nails are showing great results from my biotin use. I am going to continue to moisturize my hair the new way that I have learned how to. I am also going to incorporate liquid castor oil back into my regimen. Another thing that I am going to look into is a bigger hood dryer. I attempted a roller set with my huge gray rollers and had to take them out because I couldn't fit under the dryer. UGH! So, I could use advice on finding a bigger dryer for a great price. I hope you have enjoyed this post.