Is it worth it to use a clear glaze? Or is that just unnecessary chemicals?

lesliegonnacurllesliegonnacurl Registered Users Posts: 478
on your hair?
Mostly relaxed, yet still curly hair, which I am going to try to grow out with daily conditioner rinses and a shampoo once or twice a week.

Officially Transitioning since March 2011.
Last Relaxer September 2010

Got some kind of curly bangs going here! And I think my bangs are all natural!

I think that my natural hair is somewhere between a 3b and a 3c, I hope it's not too soon to tell! :blob4:

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  • anniemaeanniemae Registered Users Posts: 1,702 Curl Neophyte
    I've used John Frieda Luminous Color Glaze (Clear) several times, and I didn't like it. My hair felt more dry afterwards - no shine at all.

    However, I've had glosses done at the salon, and those were very good - made my hair very smooth.
    Hair Type - wavy/curly, fine texture, thin/medium density
    2b-c/F/ii
    :dog:
  • lesliegonnacurllesliegonnacurl Registered Users Posts: 478
    anniemae wrote: »
    I've used John Frieda Luminous Color Glaze (Clear) several times, and I didn't like it. My hair felt more dry afterwards - no shine at all.

    However, I've had glosses done at the salon, and those were very good - made my hair very smooth.

    I would be interested in getting one done at the salon. Just don't wanna go through all of this work to be natural and then ruin it.
    Mostly relaxed, yet still curly hair, which I am going to try to grow out with daily conditioner rinses and a shampoo once or twice a week.

    Officially Transitioning since March 2011.
    Last Relaxer September 2010

    Got some kind of curly bangs going here! And I think my bangs are all natural!

    I think that my natural hair is somewhere between a 3b and a 3c, I hope it's not too soon to tell! :blob4:

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