Is this good for transition hair (half natural and half relaxer)
I am transitioning from relaxers to growing out my natural hair. As a result, I have two textures in my hair, straight and kinky. When I flat iron my hair I have to be aware of what products I put in afterwards. If I use products with water in them, my hair reverts a little. I used Motions Anti-Breakage Lotion and it makes my straightened hair revert. Will this and the Hair Milk do the same?
asked 5 years, 1 month ago
on Healthy Hair Butter
I used the hair milk on my hair when it was wet/damp, not dry. My hair is texturized, and I noticed that it didn't absorb as well when my hair was totally dry.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
Perfect for transistion hair. My Mom just let her perm grow out and loves this product. Kept hair from drying and breaking out. Also the new hair came in hydrated and healthy and we noticed she really never needed a perm. She is 76years old and her hair texture became soft like a new born. So we cut the perm off and she wears it completely natural. It's beautiful.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
The first ingredient on the list is water - hope this helps you make a decision! This does have a ton of moisturizing ingredients though.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
I'm glad to hear you're transitioning, I am as well. Use the hair milk(green wrapping) before you blow dry then apply hair butter before straightening your hair, but not too much it weighs down relaxed hair (unless you're hair is thick of course. Hope this helps :)
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
No this here is Great It's a really great Deep Condtioner ;) I use it on my Newgrowth im relaxed and my crown area is the tickest and the roughest and this breaks it down to where its SOFT AND TOUCHABLE. Its so soft you'd never think it was ever stiff and hard :) I had a sample and im dying to get to sephor and buy me some ;)
answered 5 years ago
(Cleveland Hts Ohio)
I would say the hair milk I only use on my hair after I wash it so unsure far as using with flat ironing.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago