HELP ME! Im at breaking point

So, I'm at breaking point. I'm half Moroccan, half white english. My hair's a mix but verges on the afro side of things. It's thick, it's coarse, it's uncontrollable and I just can't deal with it any longer. I want to do a keratin kit at home, but am unsure of which to go for.. Kerapremium, Kr1, cocochoco, inoar, inoar afro (will this be too strong?)
Please please someone help me!
My main concern is straightening it and making it softer.
Thanks.

Ps. apologies for the bikini shot- the only one I can find on my laptop when the hair's au naturelle.

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  • MissMelanieMissMelanie Registered Users Posts: 1
    Hi!! I def understand your struggle. I am biracial so I have mixed hair (its inbetween a 3b and 3c). I recently did the Inoar Keratin Moroccan Treatment and I am extremely pleased with the results. I did it myself because the process is so easy but time consuming. It reduced the volume of my hair and took away about 70-80% of the frizz but my curls are still there. You can wash your hair immediately so you don't have to keep it in your hair for an extended period of time and the smell isn't as harsh as some other treatments I have tried. If you decide to do it yourself just be careful not to apply it directly to your roots because it irritates the scalp, the product reaches your root when you comb it through anyway. And some people say gloves are not necessary but definitely wear them.

    I hope this helps!!


    xx.
    Mel

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