Restore damage hair

I cut my relaxed hair at home to bring back healthy hair!

In my previous post I mentioned that I was dealing with breakage especially in my crown area. My hair was growing, but the length in middle was not matching up. Also I have been in a nasty funk when it comes to my hair. I wasn’t pleased with any hair style, so I knew it was time for a change. It’s time to cut my relaxed hair.

“Before the cut”

A while ago I planned to trim my hair every 8 weeks. Well even with that I was slacking and noticed I was dealing with split ends. The combination of breakage + split ends = NOT THE BUSINESS

cut relaxed hair

“Reality slapped me in the face”

Before the cut I was thinking of just doing my regular trim, so that I will get rid of the split ends. But when I was done with flat ironing my hair and saw the gab in middle, reality slapped me in the face.

I knew I needed to cut my relaxed hair, because gradually trimming my hair would have slow down the health of my hair.

cut relaxed hair

cut relaxed hair

It maybe sound weird, but I was excited about this cut. Like I mentioned before I wasn’t feeling my hair and desperately needed a change. On Instagram I have been gushing over silk pressed hair or blunt shoulder length hair styles.

I’m in need of a change, so shoulder length hair, here I am.

cut relaxed hair

How did I do with cutting my own hair?

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