Pictures of Texturized Hair

Does anyone have pics, before and after, of shoulder length or longer, texturized hair? Thanks!
I know this is an old post but maybe it will still help someone.. 2 chemically treated hair pictures with me in an orange shirt then a bright sunny one (pre BC), then 2 natural hair pictures, a close up shot and one with my glasses (natural for a year and a half)

My texturizer stretched out my curls so my hair looked longer but I got less volume because the chemicals and heat were really damaging and drying out my hair, causing a lot of hair loss etc. I needed a lot of product for my hair at this time to prevent frizz. Without the texturizer, I get much better clumping, larger more consistent curl patterns and awesome volume! I love my big hair!

Side note: a friend of mine who has hair texture similar to me but her hair isn't as thick, has continued to get textuizers/relaxers and she asked me to look at the backside of her freshly washed hair today to "see if it looks bad". Random parts of her hair may be stuck straight in the middle then curl/kink/wave/ringlet at the roots and tips. So her chemically treated hair effected her muchhhh differently by creating a wide spectrum of textures. The effects all depend on the person and their hair care routine. btw, we go to the same hair dresser, who use to do the same chemical treatments for the both of us.
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I know this is kind of old but what kind of texturizer did you use and how do you do it? ( apply it?)
A professional stylist always did my texturizers so I'm not sure of the brand, Im sorry. They would put vaseline or a thick cream on my scalp so it wouldnt burn me but I'd always feel some tingle around the edges... and apply to my roots with a gloved hand, or a tool.
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