How to Get Relaxer-Free Hair that Still Looks Relaxed
Your Constant Search for a Natural Hair Relaxer Ends Today!
First, be sure that you ditch the relaxer along with a host of other products in your hair. You’d be surprised how the symphony of different elements in your hair can actually become inharmonious. In other words, you’re not composing a symphony with your hair - it might even not reach “sonata” status.
If you want to avoid this problem and actually have hair that’s in tune with what you’re going for, then you need to go all-natural. Just wash and clean your natural hair, treat it with a brush or whatever other device you find works best and - voila! - you’ve got relaxer-free hair that really pops! It doesn’t take much, and after you make this new style a habit, you might be surprised to learn just how easy it was to begin with.
Second, you’ll always want to make sure that you find out how your hair naturally reacts to your daily cleaning ritual. Where does your hair end up “sitting” after you’ve gone through the motions? What is it about your ritual that makes this happen? If you’ve been using relaxer in your hair, it’s probably because you don’t like the way your hair naturally comes to a rest after you’ve taken care of it. If that’s the case, why not nip the problem in the bud rather than simply adding expensive relaxer to the solution?
In this case, do a little experimenting. See if brushing, combing, or other hair strategies alter the way your natural hair comes to a rest on your head. And keep notes! When you finally have a good hair day, you want to see what it was exactly that you did that morning to feel so good!