• What product is best to use to naturally relax curly Caucasian hair?

    I know that naturally relaxing hair isn’t perminant, I just want to use the right one. My hair is curly like Nicole Kidmans, and the same colour. If you know of a good product please post the link for me.

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    3 thoughts on “What product is best to use to naturally relax curly Caucasian hair?

    • HoneyBearCub says:

      Leave it. . . look at the beauty of Taylor Swift’s hair!

    • Neat-o! says:

      you should leave it natural.
      just use a straightener! relaxing your hair will make it more brittle and damaged.
      natural beauty always looks best on a person.

    • Sur La Mer says:

      Your hair is envy from us stick straight haired girls! If you know how to care for your hair type, you won’t have this problem. Melina Kanakaredes is an example who has hair like yours and she’s got beautiful wavy hair.

      Towel dry, scrunch with gel like Samy, blow-dry using a diffuser briefly, toussle the hair, finger comb, shake your head & you’re good to go. If you don’t have a diffuser, use a blow heat dryer on low for 5 mins.
      When you wake up, instead of shampooing again, keep a bottled water filled with water/conditioner and spray on your hair. Scrunch, finger comb and you’re good to go!

      One method to make it look fuller, add body, bouncier, thicker, softer & shiny hair is to set your hair with plastic curlers after you towel dry, you’ll end up with uniform balance of curls. Blow dry briefly while curling them in curlers. Take them out, and finger comb to style. Used by the best hair color models, and the fashion industry, like Victoria Secret Fashion Show Dec. 2009, America’s Next Top Models, EXPRESS, Dancing with the Stars . . . . and continued to be used today where salons care about pampering your hair. When you see hair on TV a hair color commercial, they’re not done by curling or straightening tools. Hair that shines like that and feels like hair, not hay, has to be done by the best hair tools available w/out damaging to the hair. When you take the curlers out, finger comb to style or lightly brush. Tousle the hair up. or shake your hair. You can use large, medium or small curlers, that depends on the length of your hair.

      The hair industry is a billion dollar business, their aim is to make tons of profits, and they do not give money back guarantee for damaged hair or hair loss. Shampoo is meant to clean (Google it), and if they do other things like GROW, they’re lying. It’s all about marketing to attract more buyers.

      Relaxers are for permanent, but they are damaging to hair.

      Go to the FDA website & type in permanent or relaxers so you understand what are the side effects.
      http://www. fda. gov/forconsumers/byaudien…

      Here’s the newest news:
      The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently seized tens of thousands of bottles of “Rio” hair relaxer products after determining they can cause severe hair loss or turn hair green.
      http://blog. taragana. com/business/2010/0…
      The October issue of Allure magazine in US includes an investigation into the Brazilian Keratin hair treatment (BKT for short) also known as “escova progressiva” treatments, which cost as much as $600 and claim to turn dry, frizzy hair into smooth, silky hair for months.
      Stylists and clients often wear gas masks or other protective equipment and still may feel the ill effects of this potentially fatal gas.

      Many customers and stylists do not know that this Brazilian treatment often contains high concentrations of formaldehyde, a cancer-causing chemical.

      The FDA last month warned consumers not to use “Rio Hair Naturalizer Systems,” a product imported from Brazil and sold through television infomercials by World Rio Corp. of Los Angeles.

      The official complaints against hair straightening products range from serious hair breakage and hair damage to serious scalp burns that may require an emergency room visit.
      Example of what one suffering severe hair loss after Japanese Hair Straightening from YA HAIR:
      I got my hair rebonded back in March and have lost more than a third of it since then. Everytime I run my hands through my hair, I lose 7-10 strands on average!
      In the shower I lose clumps after shampooing and conditioning.
      Bald spots are showing up in my hair.
      I used to have beautiful thick hair, ho can I get it back?

      Another ex: I used to have very curly, beautiful hair. . and then i got it chemically straightened. . DONT DO IT! when it started growing out, it was mess and even more difficult to work with than before. and once it was completely grown out, my hair was no longer curly. . it is now this aweful wavy mess, and only certain spots are still curly.

      Source(s):
      I know hair. I have over 4 decades of hair know-how. I have silky, shiny, soft, smooth very healthy hair down to my knees. Previously damaged by perming & dyeing in the 90′s. I’ve known people in their 30′s whose hair stopped growing from ironing their hair in the 70′s.

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