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WHAT IS THE BEST HAIR RELAXER? Posted on 10-22-2004
BABYJAZZ87

I JUST STARTED USING RELAXERS BUT I CAN'T TELL WHICH WORKS BEST. WHAT DO Y'ALL THINK? WHAT IS THE BEST RELAXER TO USE?
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replied on 10-23-2004 04:29PM [Reply]
I like precise and gentle treatment, and sometimes Soft and Beautiful. P.S. only let someone knowledgeable touch your hair. My aunt tried to relax all her daughters' hair with PcJ(sp?). Not knowing what she was doing she left it on too long. now all of them have patches and burns all over their head(and this was a kiddie relaxer!! :roll: ) :? but if you see them its kind of funny :lol: i'm so mean.
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replied on 10-24-2004 04:04PM [Reply]
Last november, I used a Soft and Beautiful Perm, and it burned my hair out!!! It looked like someone had shaved the back of my head!! So now I only use Just for Me!! Even when I took my braids out *they were in for 2 months* my hair came out silky and smooth!! JUST FOR ME or nothing else!!
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atlprincess replied on 10-24-2004 06:55PM [Reply]
I use Affirm. It works really well. The only thing is, don't scratch the day you are getting it, or else it will burn like crazy.
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diamond_princess04 replied on 10-25-2004 11:31AM [Reply]
I like to use Dudley's...but u can only buy that from ur beautician
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AfroPoeticSista replied on 10-25-2004 12:59PM [Reply]
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what is the best hair relaxer?
the one that isn't used
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IgnoranceIsBliss replied on 10-25-2004 01:16PM [Reply]
I love being Black and there's nothing in the world and no amount of money that would change that. Getting relaxers doesn't make me any less proud of being Black. No matter how straight my hair is or how natural it is, I'm still Black.
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AggieSweetie07 replied on 10-25-2004 01:35PM [Reply]
my hairdresser has always used Designer Touch, but my hair has become resistant over time so i need something a little stronger...
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Afro-American replied on 10-25-2004 02:30PM [Reply]
Ms. Megan wrote:
I love being Black and there's nothing in the world and no amount of money that would change that. Getting relaxers doesn't make me any less proud of being Black. No matter how straight my hair is or how natural it is, I'm still Black.
whaaaa the hell??? :? man i dont know where that came from AT ALL but *breathe megan, brrreeeatthheee* :lol: *cough* NAPTURALS IN THA HOUSE, RAISE UP, !!!! NO BURNING FOR THIS HERE GAL, YES YES YALL AND IT DONT STOPPPP
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IgnoranceIsBliss replied on 10-25-2004 02:38PM [Reply]
Aw naw, I ain't trippin. I'm just saying... I'm sure you know where it came from; I think that's why you responded.
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Blutifully Human replied on 10-25-2004 06:26PM [Reply]
AfroPoeticSista wrote:
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what is the best hair relaxer?
the one that isn't used
i'm assuming Megan is responding to ^^^ this comment by Tori. But ummm, i don't think she was saying you are any less black. But hey, maybe i'm just reading it wrong. And Shoya. Giiiiiiiiiirl, u know i am LOVING the quote about "Napturals" in your siggy! HAPPY TO BE NAPPY!!!! POWER TO THE PEOPLE!!!! 8) *picks afro* *exits* :arrow:
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