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Old 10-28-2008, 12:38 PM   #1
 
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Hello ladies. Alot of you have helped me out with the condition of my hair. Ive posted in a few threads and got great answers. I've realized that after having relaxer after relaxer I'm going to transition. My last relaxer was in June of 08. It's now October. Haven't had any chemicals in my hair since then Right now my hair is half wavy and half straight. So, my question to you, what products are great for transitioning hair? My hair is btween 4a/4b.
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Old 10-28-2008, 12:41 PM   #2
 
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Hello ladies. Alot of you have helped me out with the condition of my hair. Ive posted in a few threads and got great answers. I've realized that after having relaxer after relaxer I'm going to transition. My last relaxer was in June of 08. It's now October. Haven't had any chemicals in my hair since then Right now my hair is half wavy and half straight. So, my question to you, what products are great for transitioning hair? My hair is btween 4a/4b.

My hair is 4a/4b
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Old 10-28-2008, 03:14 PM   #3
 
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Definitely any products that will give your hair lots of moisture and slip so that when you're detangling, there won't be as much breakage. Suave Coconut is amazing for really cheap and I recently found that the moisturizing conditioners at Bath and Body Works are GREAT for detangling , but they smell awful . I use Herbal Essences Long Term Relationship conditioner for cowashing and as a leave because its pretty moisturizing and smells heavenly. If you're going to shampoo, only do it about every week or every two week to remove buildup because it dries the hair out like crazy and makes it feel like straw. Use a deep conditioner after you shampoo as well such as Garnier Fructis' 3 Minute Mask. It smells great and works very well, and is also very cheap.You can see from my selection of products that I am pretty low on funds, but there are other, more expensive, products out there that I'm sure some the other awesome ladies on this site can tell you about. Good Luck!
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Old 10-28-2008, 05:34 PM   #4
 
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trust me. the products you said were fine. im on a budget myself. I thank you for the suggestions.
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