I'm going to do thermal reconditioning at home

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I think I know how to do it now, so instead of paying like a million dollars for it at the salon im going to do it myself.

this is what I plan to do:

apply thio relaxer
wash
straigten with flat iron
add neutralizer
wash

does that sound right?
I really hope you don't end up bald. I think TR takes years of experience in order to do properly.


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I don't know how I feel about home TR, but perhaps the last post on this page will help...

http://www.folica.com/one__n_only_Cur_r1009_4.html
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I don't know how I feel about home TR, but perhaps the last post on this page will help...

http://www.folica.com/one__n_only_Cur_r1009_4.html
Originally Posted by Hannie
that seems like a good idea

can i use one n only after ive used a thio relaxer?
Maybe you should rethink about doing the TR? It's sad to see so many curly girls hate their hair and get the TR done. There just aren't a lot of stylists who inform their clients about taking care of curly hair properly.
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