pre and post texturizer treatment

Hello ladies, I am in need of some serious advice.
After months and months of thought, and stalking NC, I have decided to put a texturizer in my hair. I will be doing it on Thursday. I was wondering what you ladies would recommend as a good pre/post treatment option? I bought the Aphogee keratin and green tea restructurizing spray, which I thought I would spray on tomorrow night and then for after my hairdresser texturizes I have the aphogee 2 minute keratin reconstructor deep treatment. Is this sufficient?
Also, since I've never done a texturizer before, do I just to wash my hair, let it dry after applying the treatment and leave it as is?

Thanks for any and all help you can provide!!
Last relaxer: November 28 2009
BC'ed: February 25 2010
A very thick head of tight coils and curls/ 4a
Co Wash: Suave Naturals, V05
Leave-in: KCNT
Stylers: KCCC
Pomades: KCGP
Hello ladies, I am in need of some serious advice.
After months and months of thought, and stalking NC, I have decided to put a texturizer in my hair. I will be doing it on Thursday. I was wondering what you ladies would recommend as a good pre/post treatment option? I bought the Aphogee keratin and green tea restructurizing spray, which I thought I would spray on tomorrow night and then for after my hairdresser texturizes I have the aphogee 2 minute keratin reconstructor deep treatment. Is this sufficient?
Also, since I've never done a texturizer before, do I just to wash my hair, let it dry after applying the treatment and leave it as is?

Thanks for any and all help you can provide!!
Originally Posted by beautifulsoul06
are you getting a texturizer kit in the box or a mild relaxer left on for less time? i wouldn't recommend the texturizer kits in the box. the Aphogee spray sounds good as a pre-treatment. anything with hydrolyzed silk or silk amino acids will help protect your hair from alkaline materials. Chi silk infusion would be a good choice also.

i've heard of people using the Aphogee 2 min for 5 minutes before neutralizing to help put some strength back in their hair. i would make sure to deep condition with a moisturizing conditioner after the texturizer. Elucence MBC would be a good choice.

i think you should deep condition, then either air dry or rollerset, or wash & go afterward. i wouldn't use any direct heat so soon.

HTH
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