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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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Afro-American replied on 10-27-2004 08:21PM [Reply]
i admit i almost gotta relaxer outta low self-esteem last month......i was in the chair to do it, but i jetted as soon as she almost touched my hair with the stuff....wayyy too close of a call to be ruining my hair like that ....
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Kismet_TNT replied on 10-28-2004 12:42PM [Reply]
It's different for everyone, but what works best for me is Dark and Lovely.
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replied on 10-31-2004 09:03PM [Reply]
my girl just hipped me to this... it's called silk elements...the stuff does not burn at all, and it has been a good three months since i relaxed my tresses, and i can still go to bed without wrapping it, wake up, shake my head and be good. however, when im home, my stylist uses affirm, i think :?
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replied on 11-04-2004 02:12PM [Reply]
Shoya_Star wrote:
i admit i almost gotta relaxer outta low self-esteem last month......i was in the chair to do it, but i jetted as soon as she almost touched my hair with the stuff....wayyy too close of a call to be ruining my hair like that ....
Whoo that was a close one huh *Grabs Shoya and rocks her back and forth" its ok its ok now :cry:
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replied on 11-04-2004 03:36PM [Reply]
da best relaxer is Soft & Beautiful
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Focused247 replied on 11-04-2004 04:21PM [Reply]
Skegee_Lady wrote:
It's different for everyone, but what works best for me is Dark and Lovely.
I use that too... but, I think my hair is better off when I dont have any chemicals in it, n just perm it when I need to.
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Blutifully Human replied on 11-04-2004 06:16PM [Reply]
xavierette wrote:
Shoya_Star wrote:
i admit i almost gotta relaxer outta low self-esteem last month......i was in the chair to do it, but i jetted as soon as she almost touched my hair with the stuff....wayyy too close of a call to be ruining my hair like that ....
Whoo that was a close one huh *Grabs Shoya and rocks her back and forth" its ok its ok now :cry:
*joins in and pats Shoya's back*. Woo woo woo. Woo woo woo
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IgnoranceIsBliss from Dallas, TX replied on 11-04-2004 09:29PM [Reply]

Had any of yall used that COPA stuff Debbie Allen used to advertise?
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replied on 11-04-2004 11:05PM [Reply]
My hairstylist uses Designer Touch in my hair and it works great. I love it and she's been using it on my hair for like 5 years now
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replied on 11-04-2004 11:09PM [Reply]
AggieSweetie07 wrote:
my hairdresser has always used Designer Touch, but my hair has become resistant over time so i need something a little stronger...
Hey my hairdresser uses that kind too. he he he!
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