By Winnie The Fashionista | Jul 29, 2020
Relaxed hair can be a joy to maintain. It is straight, how hard can it be? We’re here to show you how easy it is to grow long, healthy, relaxed hair with this solid routine. Easy as pie.
To get the best look and feel out of your relaxed hair, ensure to infuse moisturizer everyday. The Mega Growth Anti-breakage Growth Lotion comes highly recommended by users. We’re not kidding! This one-stop-shop contains hydrolyzed protein which prevents breakage caused by combing and other forms of manipulation. Hair also looks really shiny and healthy. Have we mentioned how divine this product smells?!
It is advised that you deep condition your hair at least twice a month. But for even better results, step it up to once a week. Your hair will thank you for it. Before deep conditioning, use the TCB Argan Oil as a hot oil treatment . Make sure your stylist (or you) uses the TCB Deep Penetrating Treatment which contains a unique blend of Shea Butter and Honey which revitalizes dry, damaged and chemically treated hair. It is quite affordable too!
Time to strengthen your hair follicles with a protein treatment to take the breakage down a notch. Where do you turn? The Mega Growth Anti Breakage Deep Conditioner of course! This deep conditioner helps restore damaged hair and prevents further breakage caused by manipulation. By the way, have you taken our Black Hair Hub Deep Conditioning Quiz?
Alas. It’s been 3 months and your hair has grown a few inches. Time for a retouch! You need to use the best relaxer kit in the game: Profectiv Mega Growth No-Lye regular strength relaxer. Beloved by many, this relaxer maintains the hair’s volume unlike other relaxers which leave hair limp and lifeless. If you’re doing it yourself, make sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for a seamless experience and excellent results. As you retouch, make sure to trim so as to avoid split ends in future.
And that’s how you ensure your relaxed hair grows longer and stronger.
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