Relaxing

Shoregal08Shoregal08 Posts: 1Registered Users
I was woundering if anyone has relaxed thier hair who is white? I know this sounds mean but i have really curly hair and was woundering if it would work on my hair also
Thanks

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  • Lydyybuggin76Lydyybuggin76 Posts: 219Registered Users
    Shoregal08 wrote:
    I was woundering if anyone has relaxed thier hair who is white? I know this sounds mean but i have really curly hair and was woundering if it would work on my hair also
    Thanks

    I don't think that this sounds mean. I'm actually quite curious if this can be done. :?:
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  • stephanieannstephanieann Posts: 25Registered Users
    I had my hair chemically straightened for years at a salon that used Rusk Radical Anti-Curl, which is a thio based relaxer. My sister has been using the same thing for probably 10 years and she doesn't have any problems with damage. She does keep her hair jawbone length though. Sometimes if you have thin/fine hair and you straighten repeatedly, your ends will get damaged looking if you don't keep them trimmed on a regular basis. I wouldn't recommend trying to do it yourself, but pretty much any salon will do it. I would find one that uses a thio based relaxer instead of the other type (can't rememder what it's called, sodium hydroxide maybe) just because it seems to be gentler.

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