Creating a plan for how to texlax your hair for the best results can be a daunting task. However, after you create a basic plan, the process will become easy peasy. The texlax process series was created to give you a look at how I plan and complete my texlax process. My hope in creating the series is to assist you in creating your plan.
Please keep in mind of your scalp condition, hair texture and overall health of your hair. If you are unsure if you can complete the steps on your own, please find a professional stylist who is open to the texlaxing process. I’ve found that some stylists are hell-bent on giving clients bone straight hair and don’t understand the benefits of texlaxing.
Please note: My products may change with each texlax but the process is always the same.
Part I: Moisture – If my hair is feeling drier than I would like before texlaxing, I will add in a step to up my moisture. Note: This does NOT happen for every texlax…only when needed.
Part II: Protein – A protein treatment prior texlaxing is highly recommended. I have included a list of protein treatments based on need, light-moderate or heavy.
Part III: Application – Includes the type of relaxer I use and how I mix my ingredients to make the perfect texlaxer.
Part IV: Aftercare – I didn’t stop with the day off my texlax: I included steps and tips on how I care for my hair up to the week after to prevent breakage.
Please visit the Texlaxe How To and Tips for more information on texlaxing.