No-Lye Relaxers

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The chemical used in No-Lye Relaxers is guanidine hydroxide. “No-lye” does not mean that there are no strong chemicals in the relaxer; it implies that the chemical is less threatening or less damaging to the hair. Even so, it is still very important to ensure that the hair is in good condition before a relaxer [...]

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Lye Relaxers

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Sodium hydroxide is the chemical used in lye relaxers. The chemical is so strong that it can also be found in drain cleaners. The strength of sodium hydroxide varies from a pH factor of 10 to 14. The higher the pH, the straighter the hair will get. However, a greater value can also result in [...]

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Press and Curl

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Anyone involved in black hair care knows that relaxers are common. Yet, many people want to avoid the chemical treatment every six weeks. People are seeing the press and curl hair service as an increasingly more viable hairstyle option. Pressing and curling is a natural way to straighten overly curly hair for clients who want [...]

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Locks With Hair Extensions

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Locks, and Dreadlocks, can be started in a many ways. Using extensions to start locks is a low-maintenance method meant to reduce the likelihood of unraveling locks. Without extensions it may take several months for locks to form and mature. Extensions work well for people with wavy or curly hair, whose finer texture may not lock [...]

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Wave Nouveau Curls

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Wave Nouveau is an easy style to maintain and can encourage hair growth. Getting a Wave Nouveau perm can make your hair care routine quick and easy with shiny defined curls. Call me today at 281-891-3491 for an appointment. Mention my website and receive $10 OFF on your first visit!

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High Frequency

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The Glass Scalp Rake The glass scalp rake is a low-current source of high-frequency waves in the violet region of the spectrum. Each handset holds a Tesla coil that creates a low-current. The current excites the inert argon gas within the tube, which creates the violet color in the glass. Light, heat, electric energy and [...]

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