Hello, hair ppl!!! It's been three weeks since my last post. Between work and school, I have been bogged down. On top of that, I have caught some bad bug!!!! I'm just starting to feel better, better enough to write this post about my relaxer.
The reason I cut my relaxer short at ten weeks post was because my NG was so hard and crunchy. DCs didn't work. Oils didn't work. Moisturizers didn't work. Air drying was a mess. When my hair started snapping at the line of demarcation, I knew I was in trouble. I decided to relax that follow day. Thankfully, I did not suffer any damage or breakage with this relaxer.
I relaxed January 20th.
However, I did notice that one side was growing a lot faster than the other side. Troublesome as it was, I made the conscious decision of not trimming. Then I decided to start a vitamin regimen. After a couple of weeks, I observed that my slower side was still not trying to budge. It was here that I decided to give myself a well deserved and even trim in the back.
Altogether, I trimmed and 2 1/2 inches off, mostly on one side.
On feb. 20, I had a sew in installed. I was so tired of styling my hair. So, I decided to give my hands and hair a break.
Until next time,