Thursday, June 17, 2010

Does anyone know of any REALLY GOOD products that will keep African American hair straight without c

I have tried EVERYTHING!!!!! Seriously. I am desperate. I have to straighten my hair before I can even curl it!!! I've been doing the John Freida Frizz Eaze system- and even that isn't really working!!! I've been using the shampoos and conditioners, and the serum, and the finshing products- and nothing works!!! It will be fine for like 20 mins- then it will puff up. It doesn't really frizz up, it does more of a puffy thing. Like it will puff up, bust still have curls in it. It's hard to even describe in words.

But did the relaxer thing all through high school. After having the chemicals damage my hair and scalp- i decided never to use permanent chemical straighteners in my hair again- and i have had a head full of natural hair since 2003. I did the fro thing; I did the braid thing. But I miss having my hair all glamourous and flowing. My hair is now pass my shoulders, and everytime I flat iron or curl it (with a curling iron), it puffs up after about 20mins!!

Does anyone know of any REALLY GOOD products that will keep African American hair straight without chemicals?

They are several things that you can do to make your hair more smooth, straight, and manageable without using chemicals or heat. Moisture is extremely critical to make your hair straight. However, you need to infuse your hair with long-lasting moisture that won閳ユ獩 weigh your hair down.

Tip #1: Do conditioning pre-wash treatments to your hair before shampooing it. Simply whip up 2 tablespoons of Mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, and a 1 egg. Let it remain on your hair for at least an hour. The lemon juice will act as a straightener. The mayonnaise and egg will strengthen and moisturize your hair. Do this 2-3 times a week.

Tip # 2: Buy a high quality, all natural hydrating and straightening hair care product for your hair. I have tried several hair care products for African American hair, including Carol's Daughter, Giovanni, Ojon, KeraCare, and Motions. However, I recommend using GodHead Silky Smooth Hydrating Shampoo %26amp; Conditioner. It will hydrate and smooth your hair while infusing your scalp with essential oils made to grow and treat dry, coarse, and damaged hair. The product also contains moisturizing Aloe Vera, Coconut Oil, Vitamin E, and Jojoba, which will heal and moisturize your strands and make your hair more bouncy, shiny, smooth, and healthy. The product will also soften and detangle your hair better than most, if not all, products on the African American hair care market. As a result, your hair will be more manageable and more straight.. Of course, it will not straighten your hair like a relaxer, but, after flat ironing your hair, your hair will lay down and not puff up. And, the more you use it, the less you will need to flat iron your hair. Go to to find the products. It is available under their ethnic hair care section.

If you don't want to waste any more money, I would buy this product. But, if you go with another brand of products, make you stray away from traditional, unnatural hair care products available for purchase in most drugstores or beauty supply stores. They contain synthetic emulsifiers and harsh detergents, such as Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, Phosphates, Dimethicone, and Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. Unfortunately, these products are loaded with toxins and chemicals and will strip your hair of moisture and nutrients it needs to be soft, smooth, healthy, and hydrated.

Does anyone know of any REALLY GOOD products that will keep African American hair straight without chemicals?

Theres this har product that has olive oil in it. Its in a green bottle. Its like lotion for your hair, and it works really goos on frizzy hard to manage hair. I'm sorry, I forgot the name of it, but it is by the products for African-American hair. I really hope this helps you!!!

Does anyone know of any REALLY GOOD products that will keep African American hair straight without chemicals?

ok girl im african american myself and i have the same problem,ok u can use pink oil moisterizer or nexus leave in conditioner it makes your hair curly or if u want it straight wash hair, condition it (use pantene) put bag on hair,let it sit under the dryer for 15 in the shop,blow dry on high heat,press hair make sure to use a pressing grease so it wont burn the use the flat iron that u put on the stove,that should work out great!

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