Texlaxed! :-) "WHIP Length?"

Hey There Guys!

This is just a quick check-in post to let you guys know that... I Texlaxed my hair yesterday:
 *queue Rachie bouncing off the walls, lol*


 *WHIP Length?*

My Hairdresser didn't think the ends needed trimming really (I asked because I figured it was due a good trimming - its been about 5 or 6 months), she said at the next "relaxer"/Texlax-Session she'll do it.

I know some people prefer a blunt cut because it makes the hair look thicker/fuller. For me, when the hair is wet/damp and you can SEE the difference between the Texlaxed and relaxed hair, it makes the ends look really thin, thinner than they actually are.
 That being said..
I may just do a quick thing myself at home, take off half to one inch later today or tomorrow, then hopefully I can grow back an inch or more in the next 3 months God-willing. On quick inspection though I don't see any split ends, thank goodness! MOISTURIZING and SEALING to the world! LOL :-)
I'll be deep conditioning my hair on Friday/Saturday evening to put back some protein and moisture. I'll let you guys know how it goes, as well as how well my new hair products purchase has been faring in my hair care regimen.

Yayness!
I'm very happy that I made the decision to start Texlaxing instead of relaxing bone-straight. It seems to be what my hair prefers,
:-)

So thats about it! As I said, its pretty quick post but you guys will hear from me soon,
Have a Happy Friday!

Xoxo,
Rachie :-) 

6 comments

  1. Dont cut it yet :) enjoy your newly relaxed hair and wear it out. The ends you have now Will take the wear and tear and then after next relaxer you can cut them off and have new fresh ends. If you cut them now, they Will be worn out before next relaxerz

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    1. Hmmm, that's a good idea, I may just do a search and destroy then and then do a proper trim at my next relaxer in November. Thanks for the tip!

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  2. girl you are growing some hair over there!!!!!! lol good stuff!

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    1. Abbi's here! Yayness! Lol, thanks so much,I think the low manipulation styling really works for me, even if it can get a bit boring at times. I'm really happy with the progress! :-D

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  3. Whoo hoo! Your hair is lovely!!

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    1. Yay Jeni, Thanks so much!!! Yours is amazing! In fact you were one of the main reasons I started my Hhj. :-D

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