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What happened to Ultra Glow Skin Cream?

As a teenager, I used Ultra Glow skin cream as a gentle and effective way to fade skin discolorations and to achieve a more even skin tone.

Because of its skin softening qualities, Ultra Glow had always been one of my favorite skin creams.

However lately, I've been very unfortunate in my attempts to locate this product in my neighborhood. While I've found Ultra Glow soap in ample quantity, the Ultra Glow skin cream has been very difficult to find. Over the past few years, I've visited several area beauty supply stores to try to locate Ultra Glow.

After not finding the products, I settled on purchasing various other skin creams. I've tried Artra, Ambi, Nadiola and Escoterica.

While this was an expensive endeavor, none of these skin creams softened my beautiful brown skin as well as Ultra Glow had. Finally, I asked one of these beauty store owners what gives? Why has it been so difficult to find a jar of Ultra Glow lately? Surprisingly, the beauty supply store owner was happy to share what he knew about the scarcity of this fine product. "We can only purchase and stock 2 or 3 of these products at time because they go bad quickly," he explained in broken English, "and the manufacturer will only sell the Ultra Glow cream by the dozen. We can't afford to buy a whole case when half of the case will go bad before we've had a chance to sell it."

Because I've used Ultra Glow skin cream for years, I, too, have had the unfortunate experience of having it go bad on me and so, I knew that the retailer's story was accurate.

So, I located the Ultra Glow manufacturer's website, and attempted to purchase the product there. I was terribly shocked to realise this product which is ordinarily $6.29 would ultimately cost me $12.24 with shipping.

But, knowing that preservation of my beauty has no price, I will pay that $12.24.
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Romantic Curly Hair Weaves

Go with a romantic look by creating curly tendrils. Take your style right over the moon this summer with a voluminous ultra-wavy hairstyle. Use soft earthy hued eye shadow, liner & mascara to bring out your eyes. A tinted lim gloss adds a bit of spice. And, don't for get the bright beautiful summer dresses, Ladies! You are flower, don't be afraid to bloom!
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Beauty Ideas for the Special Occasion

Glamorous Beauty Ideas for Corporate Holiday Events

Even though the work environment has become a lot more relaxed in the dress code department, the holiday season is still special. An easy way to add more panache to a basic skirt or pantsuit is with accessories. You don't want to look like you're on your way to the club with an outfit that bares it all, but on the other hand it's a party—not a funeral. Glam up your basic business wear with a nice set of jewelry, a shimmery top or chic scarf. Leave the flats home and step into a great pair of heels. If you normally wear your hair up, try wearing it down. If you wear it down most days, try a cute pin-up. You might want to kick up your make-up a notch or two as well. Try wearing a more vibrant lip color, or a lip gloss with sparkles or high shine.

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Smoke 'em out with this sultry look. Smudge charcoal-toned shadow around the eyes with heavy liner and mascara. A soft pink gloss finishes the face beautifully. Secure the hair to the side in a massive knot. Our model's ponytail flows down one shoulder, while a few wisps of hair draw attention to her eyes.

Glamorous Beauty Ideas for Semi-Formal Events

For more formal or semi-formal events you can really pull out all the stops. Consider accessories that sparkle. Your wardrobe options are wide open for more upscale events. If you go for more revealing clothes make sure that you have the body to go with them. For both semi-formal and formal events your hair should have the perfect finish. Go for a defined style, such as and updo, soft curls or an ultra-sleek look. To bring a bit of excitement to your everyday look, consider adding one or two tracks of hair for instant highlights. Makeup is also important.

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The Difference between a Hair Conditioner & a Hair Reconstructor

Feel the power of a good hair reconstructor! A hair reconstructor is different from a hair conditioner. It actually penetrates the hair shaft and deposits strengthening components to make it resist breakage. Protein is usually a major ingredient in reconstructors. You may notice that your hair feels coarse and coated after using a reconstructor but don't fret, because the ingredients in the hair reconstructor actually coat the hair for additional protection. It's common practice to use a moisturizing conditioner following a reconstructor in order to soften the hair a bit. One of the best reconstructors on the market is Hair Fixer by L'Oreal.

Get into the habit of treating your hair gently. Handle it like it's fragile, no matter how strong and healthy you think it is. If you weave your hair, think of this hairstyling option as a way to

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give your natural hair a rest. Make sure that with whatever technique you use to weave your hair, you maintain your real hair right along with it!

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Can Long, Strong Hair be Yours?

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The goal of having long, strong hair can be achieved. There are a number of treatments and regimes that can help your hair to get there, however there is one very important aspect that must be taken into account in order to make success more attainable. What is it, you ask? Loving the hair you were born with! With the number of "tortures" many of us have subjected our hair to, it's a miracle that we have any hair left at all. With the dominance of weaving techniques in the beauty industry, neglecting our God-given hair has become commonplace for many. We've talked to many sisters that have literally hidden their hair away under a weave or wig for so long, and feel the damage to their natural hair is so severe that they have just given up on it and sworn allegiance to hair weaves for life. But it doesn't necessarily have to go down like that.

We love weave styles and the creativity they afford. However, what's going on under it all is important. Here at the Hair Weave Blogspot we like to support safe weaving techniques and healthy hair-care regimes that benefit your natural hair. You are beautiful, and your hair deserves to be so as well, whether you weave it or not. If you want added length today, go for it...add a few tracks. Just remember to go the extra mile with your hair-care regime to keep your natural hair healthy.

Start by loving your hair. Even if it is damaged, you can improve its condition. All it takes are the right products, consistency, and patience.

nurture your real hair with regular shampoos infused with conditioning treatments. The way you
handle your hair when it's wet is crucial, it's in its weakest state. Make sure to massage your hair carefully ing. Check your fingernails and make sure that they are filed smoothly so that they don't snag your hair each and every time you shampoo. While shampooing, think about some of the common ways to expose your "so fresh and so clean" hair to on the regular.

Will you be blasting it How dryer? How about straightening and smoothing it with a flat iron? Or are you going for worlds hottest curling iron? Before any of it, prep the hair with a conditioning treatment, which will help to save the hair and counter the negative effects of heating appliances.

To keep your long style healthy ask your stylist about deep conditioners.

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Hair Extensions

Hair extensions are very popular amongst celebrities. Most celebrities take the time to look for a good hair stylist. The hair stylist is usually someone who can travel at a moment's notice.

Not all of us have the money to hire a traveling hairstylist. So, it is important to find a good hairstylist that is in your area.

You can use the search feature above to search for a hair stylist in your area.

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Straightening Curly Hair Weave

To straightening curly hair weave you will need either a straightening comb and/or a flat iron. First, of course, wash the weave hair and condition. Blow dry the hair weave as straight as possible without disturbing the weft. If you have a dome hair dryer, dry your roots by sitting under that.

Once your hair is completely dry (make certain it is completely dry, because if you don't your hair will appear "puffy"), apply a small amount of a very light hair maintenance product. Then begin using your straightening comb and/or flat iron to straighten the curly hair weave.
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Coloring Weave Hair

Weave hair CAN be colored if it is human hair. Synthetic weave hair can not be colored. This is why it is important to choose weaving hair that best matches your hair color. Although human hair weave can be colored, this is not an easy process.

Lightening hair weave
To lighten a hair weave color, you will need a color booster and bleach. We prefer Miss Clariol's hair bleaching agent. Mix the hair color, 40 volume developer, and bleaching agent carefully. Place the hair weave in tin foil and apply the mixed color. The colorizing will have been successfully completed anywhere from 10 minutes to 30 minutes depending upon the color. When you have achieved the color you want, wash the weaving hair THROUGHLY. And, condition it. Yes, you can and should condition weaving hair. Allow the a hair to air dry overnight. Then it is ready for use.

Darkening hair weave
To darken hair weave you will simply need a 20 volume developer and hair color. Mix these two together. Then apply to weave hair. I have found it best to apply dark colors to weave hair in a plastic bag. Allow the color to set until anticipated results are achieved. Most of the time, hair weave colors very quickly when you are attempting to darken it. Follow the steps above for washing, conditioning and drying hair weave after coloring.

Classic Weave Hair Styles of Janet Jackson

To achieve the "Bun ponytail" hair weave similar to Janet Jackson's, start with clean weave hair. Pull your own hair back into a ponytail and secure it with a rubber band. Take the weaving hair and put a bobby pin into the weft at the end of the weft of the weaving hair. The secure the bobby pin under the rubber band on your head. Continue to wrap the weaving hair around the rubber band on your head, securing every few wraps with a bobby pin. Once your final weft is secured, split the weaving hair in four parts. Take one of the parts and wrap it around the base of the pony tail. Continue that with all of the four parts, securing in place with bobby pins.

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Hair Weave Maintenance

Hair Weave Maintenance

One of the first questions patrons ask me after receiving a full head weave it: "how to I maintain my weave". The answer to this question will astound maintain your weave the same way you do your own hair! That's right, hair weave maintenance is just that simple.

Wash your hair and weave hair about once a week with a mild shampoo and conditioner. Brush the weave hair lightly while it is wet and feel free to use a leave in conditioner on your weave in hair and your own hair. For a sleek look, blow dry your weave in hair the same as you would your own hair. Then flat iron your hair and your weave hair (if that is the style you are going for).

And, last but not least, don't forget the finishing spray. Use the finishing spray sparingly.

At night don't for get to either pin curl your weave hair and your own hair or curl, and cover with a satin bonnet.

Hair Weave Tutorial

For instructions on how to create a gorgeous hair weave effect, often professionals will attend a heave weave conference or class. However, some hair weave specialists will also ask a friend to teach them how to create a hair weave. Most people just watch their hair care professional give someone else a weave in order to learn how to properly apply a hair weave.

Proper hair weave application starts with a clean head of hair. Most importantly, remember to dry the hair. If you would like your hair weave to look very natural, you will want to mold the hair first. This means that after washing and conditioning the hair, you will apply hair gel. Then wrap the hair around the head.

After the hair is COMPLETELY dry, then you can measure the weaving hair's weft and cut at the desired length. Once the weaving hair is cut, apply glue to the weft of the cut hair weave. Then apply the hair to the scalp. Continuing the above instructions until all of the required hair weave is applied.

Why do Up-do styles

When deciding on a new hair style, height is a very important aspect. When we speak about height, we’re talking about the amount of Volume allowed to exist at the top of style (generally, the crown area). Adding height to a style can give an old hair design an entirely new look.

Adding height of lift to a style can make your look more sophisticated or formal. Introducing height to a style can also draw attention up, thus focusing more attention to your eyes. Volume at the crown can also help to balance and contour your face, make you appear taller and in some cases even slimmer. Height can be created in a style a number of ways:

The simplest way is with a lift comb and spritz. Insert the lift comb in the area you need the height and spritz for hold. You may need to back comb the area slightly (tease) and then smooth it over in order for the lifted area to be more stable.

The hair can also be cut into layers, so they can be stack curled and blended easily.

Adding wefts of hair to the crown area can add fullness and height to man style. A After adding the hair (wither bonded or sewn), use a curling iron and spritz to create molded curls.

Use a flat iron on the natural hair with a spritz to create banana strip curls. This style curl really works well to give a style height because the curls stand on their own.

How to do Updo hair style

When deciding on a new hair style, height is a very important aspect. When we speak about height, we’re talking about the amount of Volume allowed to exist at the top of style (generally, the crown area). Adding height to a style can give an old hair design an entirely new look.

Adding height of lift to a style can make your look more sophisticated or formal. Introducing height to a style can also draw attention up, thus focusing more attention to your eyes. Volume at the crown can also help to balance and contour your face, make you appear taller and in some cases even slimmer. Height can be created in a style a number of ways:

The simplest way is with a lift comb and spritz. Insert the lift comb in the area you need the height and spritz for hold. You may need to back comb the area slightly (tease) and then smooth it over in order for the lifted area to be more stable.

The hair can also be cut into layers, so they can be stack curled and blended easily.

Adding wefts of hair to the crown area can add fullness and height to man style. A After adding the hair (wither bonded or sewn), use a curling iron and spritz to create molded curls.

Use a flat iron on the natural hair with a spritz to create banana strip curls. This style curl really works well to give a style height because the curls stand on their own.

Easy Steps for Glue in Hair Weave

Step 1. This customer has been prepared for a hair weave by washing the hair, combing the hair to the back and drying under a hair dryer so that the hair is flat and ready for a hair weave.

Step 2. We measure the weave in hair across the head and cut the weave hair's weft to the size that is appropriate.

Step 3. We place a small amount of hair weave glue on the weft of the weave hair and then attach the weave hair to the customer's hair.

Step 4. We curl and style the weave hair.

You can see that the weave hair creates a gloriously stylish effect.

Once styled, the weave hair can be worn in many different ways.

Hair Weaves

There seems to be a lot of concern about whether or not hair weaves are "selling out"

When done correctly hair weaves are enhancers. That's all. No one is making any great political statement by getting a hair weave. Sorry, but hair weaves are fun and they actually help protect the hair.

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3 Don’ts for Processed Weave Hair

Don’t ever relax your hair yourself. I see so much damage due to over-processing because product is being applied to hair that is already relaxed. This leads to dry brittle, fragile hair that eventually breaks. Don’t get your weave hair relaxed too often. This also leads to over processing. Don’t apply relaxer and permanent color on the same day.

Although I recommend professional relaxer applications, I understand that everyone can’t afford a stylist. Get a girlfriend to do it for you. It’s almost impossible to relax your own hair and keep the relaxer off hair that’s already been processed and only relax the new growth. If you think that some overlapping may happen, apply conditioner to the previously relaxed hair to coat it and help prevent damage.

Wait at leas 6 to 8 weeks to relax your new growth. If it’s looking a little rough, use a pressing comb to straighten the new growth. Press only the areas that will be seen, like you’re edges and along any part. Not only will this keep your hair healthier, but you’ll keep the fullness that’s sometimes lost when it’s freshly relaxed.

Always wait a week or so after relaxing to use a permanent color. Rinses are okay to use even on the day of your relaxer. Remember to color only the hair that hasn’t been treated before unless you are changing hair colors.

70% of women relax their weave hair every 8 weeks.

Using some of the natural healers can help keep your hair weave fresh and healthy. While herbal remedies have long been associated curing everything from the common cold nd physical ailments to cleansing the body and managing stress, herbs also have a stimulating and medicinal affect on the hair and scalp. When using herbs for the hair, it’s essential to keep several key factors in mind. Don’t dismay if a herbal remedy requires the use of dried herbs. Instead, simply use triple the amount of fresh herbs. If the ingredients require fresh herbs and you’ve only got dried herbs in the cabinet, use only one-third of the suggested amount.

Using Color in Your Hair can be a Great Addition to you Look

There are three types of hair color, permanent, semi-permanent and temporary.

Temporarily color – holds color through about three shampoo washes. Color is gentle and used to try out color in a subtle way (without damage to the hair shaft).

Semi-permanent Color – is color that can be washed out after 6 or more shampoos. Semi-permanents color and coat the hair shaft.

Permanent Color – Is a dramatic change of color, changes between 2-6 shades brighter or darker. Permanent color is best applied by an experienced individual (this method involves chemically lifting the hair and penetrating the cuticle layer, breakage can occur if the color is applied incorrectly).

To apply the permanent haircolor the scalp should be examined for any abrasions. (If the scalp is not normal do not apply hair color). A strand and patch test must be done first to test your hair and skin’s reaction to the color. If there are no problems then proceed carefully. The hair is then sectioned into four parts. A protective cream is then applied to the skin around the entire hairline. Protective gloves should be worn while applying color.

Mixture should be applied to the darket part of the hair using 1/8 inch sectioning. Apply the mixture to the hair from roots to ends. After all the mixture has been applied to all sections, pile the hair on top of the head and allow it to process for specified time. The mixture should not be rubbed into the scalp. After achieving the desired shade, rinse and shampoo. Remember, if you have a relaxer, wait at least 4 weeks to apply color.

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Hair Weave Types

The Lace front Hair Weave

Many women are self conscious when they get a hair weave. It is for this reason the lace- front hair weave has grown in popularity. Often called a “lacefront weave” or “lace front weave” or “lace front wigs”, this type of hair weave gives the illusion of being the wears natural hair.

Traditionally, a weave hair is sewn into the cornrow as previously described. But, with a lace front hair weave there is no fear of exposure of wefts, tracks, nor glue. The lace front hair weave is very versatile. A woman can pull the hair weave into a pony tail or part her hair. She can even swim in a lace front hair weave.

What are Lace front hair weaves?

Lace Front Hair Weave appear as your own hair but are generally wigs. With special adhesives, the the hair weave is attached to your hairline. Your head is measure first to ensure a good fit.

They can be made by lacing high quality Remi weave hair into the lace base. High quality hair types usually include African American hair and European hair. No matter what your hair type is, the weave hair is altered checmically to make certain that it is the texture you desire.

It's great because now woman can wear any hair texture without worrying about if their own hair is color or permed. If you have thin hair, you can have thick hair in no time and you can have straight hair, curly hair, or wavy hair in a flash. It is a great way to allow your own hair a break. And it can be take off and put back on at anytime.

Background on the lace front weave

The details for creating a lace front weave are pretty intricate. Each of the hairs are hand-tied to the lace, which is your choice of color, to give the appearance of hairs coming out of your scalp when properly applied. Each of the hand-tied knots are bleached to aid in the illusion of the hairs growth. Think of a pair of panty~hose. You are able to go into the store and purchase them in any skin tone you like (just as the lace wig). Then when you place them on over your own leg, it blends as your own skin (just as the lace wig would when placed over your head). The lace used to make lace wigs is a bit more durable than panty~hose, and very fragile, but the idea is still the same. Imagine each little hole on the panty~hose being used to tie single strands of hair onto. Then you place the panty~hose over your skin and it blends with your skin, only now there is hair hanging down. Now just imagine that panty~hose being placed onto your own head with a flesh toned wig cap underneath to cover the color of your hair and camouflage as skin. Now, you have the concept of the lace front weave.

The Stich-n-Go Hair Weaving Technique

This technique is most often used with the Beverly Johnson Weaving Hair

Weaving Instructions

1) Prep your hair

Prep your hair by cornrowing the full head. Secure the “Stitch-n-Go” to the perimeter of the head by using hairpins.

2) Stitching the weaving hair

Using a “C” shaped needle and thread, begin stitching the pre-styled weave at the front and work your way around the perimeter.

3) Once you have reached the back, make sure the front of the cap is even and aligned with the front of the head.

4) Rethread the needle and beginning stitching the top of the cap to the cornrows. Add as many stitches as need to ensure that the cap is secure and tight on the cornrows.

Instant Hair Weave

The Instant Hair Weave is a ready to wear hairstyle. Instant Weave blends with your own natural hair and has smooth, finished, polish look. It is easily applied and fits comfortably.

Instant Hair Weave Reversible

Two instant styles in one piece. Versatile and stylish fits for every woman, any occasion.

Instant Hair Weave Plus

This is sort of a new look. It has an added removable bang piece. This added bang piece provides for a new look in just a matter of seconds.

Totally Instant Weave

This weave type is secure and comfortable total cap. It generally comes with the standard cap structure and a flexi-ball tip comb.

Your Hair Color

Hair color is a very important consideration in choosing weave in hair. Often times, we don’t REALLY know what our hair color is. That is, when we are outside, our hair color may look much lighter than it is when we are indoors, or at night, or after we have just washed our hair.

Additionally, new growth can cause us some problems when choosing a good match to our weave in hair, particularly if our hair is colored/processed. It is for this reason that I generally recommend cutting a small patch of your own hair to take with you to the beauty supply store. This way, you will not need to hold the weaving hair next to your own and look in the mirror in an attempt to determine the best match. That is a very faulty way to try to make a good match to your own hair.

Using the patch method I spoke of earlier, you can make a more objective comparison between your hair and the weave in hair. If while you are at the beauty supply store, you get to weave in hair sample that are very close to one another, and you are torn between which one to buy, you might ask if you may take both of them out into the sunlight to make a better comparison. I, personally, prefer purchasing both packs of hair if they are a very close match.

Choosing Your Weaving Hair

When doing a weaving hair, it is important to purchase weaving hair that is as close to your own grade of hair as possible. “Grade of hair” simply means your hair type. This means, is your hair thick, thin, kinky, straight, curly, etc. That is, you must ask yourself, “what is my hair like after I have washed and blow dried it?”. Your “grade of hair” will be determined by that answer. If after you have washed and air dried your hair, when you touch your hair and it is straight? If so, then the grade of your hair is considered to be “straight”. If after you have washed and air dried your hair, your hair feels curly, then your grade of hair is “curly”. If after you have washed and air dried your hair, your hair is kinky, then the grade of your hair is considered to be “kinky”.

Knowing this information is very important when it comes to picking weave in hair that is a good match of you.

Practicing Your Cornrow

If you are cornrowing your hair yourself, and you are a beginner, you will want to practice on a doll’s hair first. Practice dolls can be found in any toy store. Or, if you would like a professional practice doll, you can go to a beauty supply store and ask for a “practice head”. You may use the search function under this article to locate a beauty supply store near you by entering “beauty supplies and (enter your city here)”. Once you have found a beauty supply store that is close to you, visit it with a swatch of the type of hair that you will be cornrowing. If the hair that you will be cornrowing is kinky then the practice doll’s hair will need to be kinky

Weave Instructions

The foundation: determining the size of the braid.

The size of the cornrows depends on the style. I always recommend that the size of the cornrow is less than half an inch in width. Also it is very important to make the cornrow as flat as possible. Do you know why? Hair weaving, like most art work, only looks as good as its foundation. For a hair weave to look realistic and smooth, it is important to make the cornrow as flat and as close to the scalp as possible.

The Difference Between Cornrowing Hair and Braiding

When we see a delightfully intricate hair design, we are often fascinated. Most likely the design has taken hours to complete. But, as an onlooker, it is difficult for us to determine where the design begins and ends. To us, it often simply looks like a very beautifully crafted work of art. As a stylist, one of the questions that I get the most is, “What is the difference between cornrowing hair and braiding hair?”

Do you know the difference between cornrowing and braiding? If not, don’t sweat it. Because most people do not know the difference between cornrowing hair and braiding hair.

Basically, the difference is a slight one in that cornrowing IS braiding (often called plaiting), but a braid is not always a cornrow. Lol. Don’t worry if I have confused you, let me clear this up…cornrowing is braiding the hair close to the scalp in a continuous design…like a row of corn. Get it?!

When someone says, “I’m going to get individual braids”, generally the hair is sectioned into less than 1 inch sections and braided away from the scalp. So the braider would section the hair starting at the scalp, then continue the braid away from the head.

Long & Strong Hair

Having long and strong hair is an achievable goal.

There are many different regimes and processes that you can undertake in order to achieve this goal. But, one regime is most important...loving the hair that God gave you. Whether you have a partial hair weave, hair extensions or a lacefront wig, one must take care of one's own hair, also. Be careful not to damage your hair. Let it breathe sometimes. Get frequent hair shampoos and massages. Better yet! Massage your own scalp while sitting in traffic or watching TV.

Perhaps most importantly to having long & strong hair is eating right and exercising. Besides feeling good, exercising helps increase the blood circulation to the scalp.

Don't forget to condition your hair! We always lotion our skin after a shower, right? Well, why would we forget to "lotion" our scalps after washing our hair? We shouldn't. Conditioning your hair is a great way to prepare for a weave.

And, it make your hair feel oh so good!

Children and Hair Weaves and Chemical Processes

As stylist, I am often asked the question, “What is the appropriate age to begin relaxing my daughter’s hair?” My answer is always the same, “It depends on the child and her hair.” Unfortunately, I have known children who have gotten chemical relaxers as young as two years of age. As a stylist, I would never recommend such a thing. A child’s skin is very delicate. Moreover the head is a very sensitive region. The younger a child is, the more likely her “head cap” is still open. One must be very careful not to injure a child.

In determining which relaxer to use, the stylist must always perform a skin test on the subject. A skin test will determine if the subject is sensitive or allergic to the chemical. A skin test is performed by taking a very small amount of the chemical, less than a smidgen, and rubbing it on the inside of the forearm and leaving it there for 24 hours. If any redness at all occurs that you must not use the product on the subject.

There are some relaxers that are especially for new growth only. Luster PCJ Smooth Roots relaxer is one such product. It is the only children’s relaxer kit that is especially designed to touch up new growth. When her growth gets about ½ inches to ¾ inches long, it’s time she gets a touch-up. A touch-up, when done at the right time can reduce hair breakage. The Smooth Roots product straightens and conditions new growth with a triple-action conditioner and it works no matter what relaxer you have used in the past.