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« Reply #20 on: March 05, 2006 05:25:57 PM »

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I used to get a texturizer and I liked it a lot because it relaxed my hair and allowed it to be curly and very soft when I decided to not blow dry it. When I did blow dry it, my hair became wavy. It lasts for 6 months, but I had to go back for touchups every month because it made  my hair grow very quickly (I would get 2 inches of growth every month). That being said, I had to stop getting a texturizer because it's way out of my budget to continue. It cost me about 40 bucks to get it done every month and it is not available in stores according to my hairdresser. So I've grown it out completely now and I've gone back to frying my hair with the flat iron every week. I do miss my texturizer and recommend it a lot because I didn't have to use any kind of heat unless I wanted to and it made my hair grow a lot. Plus I have a very sensitive scalp and my hair doesn't take chemicals most of the time, so I think it would work very well for anybody. I was also  told that people with straight hair could use it too, because it makes the hair accept heat better so when you curl it, the curls stay in longer.  Smiley I need to find something else to use now, preferably anything that will let me wear my hair without blow drying it.

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« Reply #21 on: March 05, 2006 08:03:50 PM »

Why thank you very much! I know, I need to find something to do with my hair too. I get up, throw in some gel, then straighten it. Its getting old to me. But thank you for takin' the time out to tell me all that. hah.


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