A proud moment! I hold on to stretching my hair for 20 weeks, but now is time to texlax my hair. My new growth is nice and thick. Although I was ready to texlax my hair, there was one problem. I washed my hair a few days ago, so when I decided to process my hair I still had clean scalp.
Eems texlax method!
I made a short video to demonstrate how I transform my relaxer. If you have read my previous post you know I texlaxed my hair on 14 July.
Relaxer after 20 weeks!
Saturday 14 July
After stretching my relaxer for 20 weeks it’s time to telax my new growth. This stretch has really been a crazy rid. As my hair is growing nice and thick my laziness has put me in a position that I wasn’t able to retain my length. My hair was screaming
‘Girl it’s time to telax’.
Finally after stretching my hair for 22 weeks (5 months) I texlaxed my hair. I really don’t know why, but I was really lazy this time to texlax my hair. For the new diary readers, I texlax my hair at home. Normally I stretch my hair between 16 – 20 weeks, but yeah here I am at 22 weeks post.
New texlax hair
Finally after being 20 weeks post relaxer, I got the chance to texlax my hair. I couldn’t handle my new growth anymore, in the sense that I became lazier to style my hair.
Doing a happy dance! I finally was able to relax my hair under 19 weeks. There was a moment I was really getting tired of my new growth, because of the thickness. I was dealing with different textures and when I was styling my hair, I really wasn’t feeling my looks. It was time for the creamy crack!