Excellent recommendations and instructions for relaxing hair, I will definitely follow this regiment.
The Relaxer Touch-Up Edition Part 1-
There is so much that I have to teach cosmetologists and students about taking care of chemically relaxed hair when I go to beauty schools. Cosmetologists are only really trained to cut, perm/relax and color hair. “We’re not in the business of helping people grow hair,” said one cosmetologist. Whether you are in school, a cosmetologist with years of experience, or just want some tips on growing healthier relaxed hair, I made this blog post just for you!
1. Tools of the trade are very important!
Here are some tools and products that I don’t see to many cosmetolgists use when relaxing:
- Additional oil to add to the relaxer.
- Conditioner to be applied to the previously relaxed hair. Relaxer Base (to protect scalp, hairline and ears).
- Plastic Clips (for sectioned hair).
- Neck wraps and plastic capes for client and for the shampoo bowl.
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