So, my new relaxer (well, my first love) Soft N Beautiful has decided that texlaxing is the way to go for me. I’m not sure what the chemical composition is (I’ve never checked on any relaxers, to be honest), but for some reason, each time I retouch with it, it doesn’t let me hair get bone straight.
I personally think it’s a blessing in disguise … and it may come in the form of the oil that you add into the solution. I was doing a tutorial on how i created the sock bun and how I then tie my hair with it, when I realised this …. TEXTURE (*hides smile)
I’m loving the new texture … I’m loving the new found thickness … yes, 4As can gain thickness when they texlax.
This was my hair in 2009, bone straight … yup, this is what it’s like being a 4A!
I’m looking forward to getting a full head of texlaxed hair and finishing up with the bone straight look. I was slightly getting bored of it, if I must tell the truth. This texture reminds me of the hairstyles I used to rock when my hair was shorter. I’m excited that this is now a possibility for me in the near future.
YAY FOR TEXLAXING … if you have 4a hair type, aka thin hair, why not come on a texlaxing journey with me?