Flatironed with Cocoa Butter
I didn't smell any burning, and I did it on somewhere between 275 and 302 degrees. My hair came out shinier than usual and has lasted a week without any issues. I have even worked out several times and sweated- my roots only reverted a little bit. It feels like the cocoa butter blocked moisture out better than any silicone products I have used before. I have also been using a few drops of Vatika coconut oil and shea butter every night to tie my hair up, but I have always done that. I'm pretty sure its the cocoa butter.
Before I flatironed, I had already blowdried with cool air using KMS Hot Flex creme and some other blowdrying type of mousse (brand is Organix).
The thing that confuses me is I can't find much information on if and whether it would be a bad thing to use it. Has anyone used cocoa butter and know what kind of heat it can withold with hair?
Nope, but that sounds GREAT!! I wanna try! Did u get any damage?
When washed my hair yesterday, it took a few minutes to get the cocoa butter and oils off my hair, and after I deep conditioned I airdried with GF Triple Nutrition & some more cocoa butter/shea butter and oil.
I have a hard time keeping my hair curly without having to rewash/rinse it everyday. But I think with all the cocoa butter it will keep my hair soft and stretched out for a few days. And it works great on my straight hair too, so I hope I don't see any problems down the road.
I do not know whether it is safe to use cocoa butter to flat iron your hair.?
I use shea butter after detangling my damp hair, and once my hair is set and air dried, I flat iron it. I use moderate heat so I have not noticed any damage. Instead my smoothened hair has less volume, it shines a lot and I have more defined curls and waves when my hair is damp. (note: my leave in is a small amount of curlaway and 2 tsp of jojoba oil and i just use cool water in a spray bottle to detangle my hair).
My 4b/3c hair drinks water every couple of days anyway. Water is what I use to make it soft. My hair is always in a loose bun and I wrap it at night.
If you don't like simple styles, you may want to do something that has a stronger loosening effect on the hair like keratin treatments or a texlax or some other natural relaxer.
|All times are GMT -6. The time now is 11:17 AM.|
Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.7
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyright 2011 NaturallyCurly.com