|2 important reasons why you should always neutralize your hair after getting a relaxer|
I have heard many women ask if it is necessary to neutralize the hair after getting a relaxer. First of all, I never recommend that you do your own relaxers, period. The fact that you are asking this question tells me that you more than likely are not a professional hairstylist and therefore you should not even look at, let alone touch, a relaxer if you are unsure of whether or not neutralizing is necessary. Second, if your professional hairstylist ever skips this step then its time to look for a new stylist. No professional hairstylist will forget one of the most important steps in the relaxer process other than the application itself but I would just like to reiterate just how important it is.
|Neutralizing the hair after a relaxer is always necessary|
|Only use neutralizing shampoo to neutralize a relaxer instead of home remedies|
|Always allow a professional to do your chemical services|
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