Hair relaxing is straightening your hair completely. It’s less prone to tangling because the relaxing process eliminates the kinks and bends in natural hair fibers.
This reduces the risk of breakage. Most ladies find it easier to maintain their hair when their hair is relaxed.
Relaxed hair requires touch ups in eight to twelve weeks with hair growth and hair type.
What Benefits Of Relaxed Hair?
How To Determine Best Relaxer For Your Hair
The right relaxer will always give the best results, which is a healthy scalp and tresses. This happens because the relaxer is gentle on hair and scalp. We help you determine the right relaxer by considering the following:
- Hair type
- Ingredient strength
- Properties of the formula
- And, most importantly, the results you want.
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What Are The Challenges Of Relaxed Hair?
Relaxed hair is structurally weaker than natural hair. The relaxing process breaks down the protein in hair fibers and this weakens hair structure which increases the risk of breakage.
Relaxed hair loses its natural elasticity and this also increases the risk of breakage. Ladies whose hair is relaxed should never allow their hair to become 100% straight when relaxing. The maximum level of straight hair should be 80% so that there is some elasticity left in the hair. The more texture you leave in your hair, the more of its natural strength and elasticity you will retain.
Relaxed, over-processed hair can have a flat, lifeless look and feel. As already mentioned in the point above, not letting the hair go beyond 80% straight will help prevent the hair from becoming too weak.
Relaxed hair is easier to manage but more complicated to care for. Relaxed hair often has multiple porosity levels. It is difficult to determine the levels of protein and moisture balance that is right for each person relaxed hair.