Hey Guys,

Just a quick one to show you how long my hair is now.

I’ve officially moved away from using Dark n Lovely, back to my first love, Soft n Beautiful. Please note, this is not an official recommendation, but personally I felt like Dark n Lovely was a bit more harsh.

The formal 1/2 yearly length check will be coming in June. So please stay tuned and get your friends on this 🙂

My hair care regime: The Back to Health Challenge

Posted by:Aphro

I'm a hair consultant and blogger ... I exist to give my beautiful sisters strategies on attaining and maintaining the health of their hair.

7 replies on “Phro’s Hair in March

  1. Hi Lani you hair looks amazing! I have watched you from the start and I’m truly inspired! I would love to get some retouching advise from you and what to do when you hair doesn’t set ! How is the best way to contact you? I’m no longer on facebox so I can’t message you there is there. Do you have an email I could contact you on?

  2. Hi. luvn ur blog cos we seem to hav the same hair issues. I used Dark and Lovely for years cos it was the only relaxer that seemed to work but realised its just too strong. My scalp is sensitive but my hair is thick and resistant so I almost always got burnt and my hair was startn to get extremely brittle. Recenly switched to Creme of Nature and what a difference. Do u think sticking to 1 relaxer for too long causes problems down the line???

    1. Yours is a very good question. The fact of the matter is, you are placing chemicals on your hair and in direct contact of your scalp. Continuous use of extreme chemicals is never a good thing. This is why it’s advisable to stretch as much as possible between relaxers, and provide treatments to your scalp and hair on an ongoing basis. 6 weeks is too short between relaxers. Touching up four times a year should be a standard, or less if possible.

      I’m doing further study on these chemicals which could take months. But the information above is what you should base your frequency of use on.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s