|Can my relaxed hair be healthy (series)- Week 3|
It is now week 3 (see week 2 here) of the "Can me relaxed hair be healthy?" series and the weeks are just moving right along! The weeks when my hair is still very straight seem to fly by but I know once I hit double digit numbers, the weeks will get slower and slower (at least in my mind). This week for the relaxer stretching series I did a roller set again. As much as I do not like sitting under the hooded hair dryer, I am sort of secretly liking roller sets because I can have all of the benefits of wearing my hair straight without having to put direct heat from a blow dryer or flat iron on it. Plus I love the fact that my relaxed hair is not just flat and looking like it's stuck to my head like freshly relaxed hair has a tendency to do. In The Healthy Relaxed Hair Journal, I give my professional recommendation of styles to get each week while you are stretching your relaxer.
|Roller set on relaxed hair|
This week I did the following:
- Shampooed twice with the by L. Jones Extreme Clean Clarifying Shampoo,
- Conditioned from roots to ends with the by L. Jones Replenishing Conditioner,
- Applied by L. Jones Leave In Conditioner,
- Then rolled my hair up using a combination of red and purple rollers (mostly red).
- I sat under the dryer for about an hour and a half before my hair was dry.
- At that point, I wrapped it and got back under the dryer before unwrapping it again.
|Relaxed hair with a roller set|
The products used:
Extreme Clean Shampoo
Leave In Conditioner
Red & purple hard rollers
|Week 3 products used for the series- by L. Jones Products|
Some of the nights I rolled it up in order to keep a few curls, and the rest of the week I wrapped it up. If you do a roller set and want to keep it looking curly you definitely want to roll it up. If you like less curl, you will need to wrap it up at night.
|Wrap your hair nightly to maintain it. Roll it if you want it to stay more curly.|
Check out the video to see exactly what I did this week. Be sure to subscribe to my channel while watching!
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