|Can my relaxed hair be healthy? (week 4)|
Week 4 of the "Can my relaxed hair be healthy" series turned out to be bittersweet for me. Last week (see week 3 here) I did a roller set. This week I did a roller set on the large green flexi rods and absolutely loved it. Then, two days later the weather and my hair did not play nice with each other and my hair lost the battle! So, let the record show that it is not just women with natural hair that have to beware of humidity and rain. Women with relaxed hair have to be just as careful! I did, however, get to document what I did to my hair in my Healthy Relaxed Hair Journal and thank goodness that I got to snap a few pictures before the rain and humidity got the best of me. Always remember that relaxed hair can very much be healthy as long as you take proper care of it!
|Healthy relaxed hair|
This week I did the following:
- Shampooed twice, once with the Extreme Clean Clarifying Shampoo, then once with the Extreme Moisture Shampoo
- Conditioned with the Replenishing Conditioner
- Used the Leave-In Conditioner
- Rolled with the green flexi rods
- Sat under the hooded dryer until dry (about 2 hours)
- Pulled rollers apart with my fingers using Silky Serum Oil
- Sprayed with Miracle Potion no9
|Healthy relaxed hair with flexi rod set|
- Extreme Clean Clarifying Shampoo
- Replenishing Conditioner
- Leave-In Conditioner
- Silky Serum Oil
- Miracle Potion no9
|relaxed hair products from www.byljonesproducts.com|
To keep the curls (for the few days they lasted) I rolled it back up at night. Under normal conditions, this helps the curls last the longest. If you simply put a satin bonnet on, the curls will eventually fall. Normally, when I am wearing a flexi rod set on my relaxed hair, I like to keep it looking curly for the entire time so I always roll it back up at night. Plus, it's so easy to roll up because I only need about six rollers for my entire head.
Check out the video for this post below:
Want to learn how to get this exact look? I can teach you how! I have this course available online at by L. Jones Academy (click here).
|Learn how to roller set your own hair like this!|
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