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FEATURES Sep 26 2012 1:14AM
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Carnelia's 3 Steps to Transition Success

Every four to six weeks I would rush to the hair store to find the cheapest perm I could find, it didn't matter what the brand was! I just used the one on sale that week. This had been my routine since I was a teenager. I wanted my hair to stay straight as possible and to blow in the wind. I never really noticed at first how I was causing so much damage. Every time I relaxed, my hair would stay super-dry and have so much shedding. Maybe if I would have visited a salon, my relaxed hair would've been 10 times better, but I didn't have 60 to 80 bucks to give to a stylist every six weeks.

Now almost eight months later, I have stepped my game up to where I have stopped doing the old things and started understanding my hair a little better. Here’s a few things I added to my routine that I didn’t bother to do with my relaxed hair.
 
1. Moisturize/ leave-in
2. Adding an extra wash in a week to keep my scalp clean
3. Massaging the scalp

I never would have thought these three things can add so much life! Thanks to Diana. Eight months ago, I never would have added a moisturizer every day. In my mind, putting moisturizers/ leave-ins on my hair would’ve weighed it down and stop it from having that GREAT bounce everyone wanted and after watching Coming to America I refused to add any extra oil.

This month will be the month I break from my routine of flat-ironing every two weeks and give myself a challenge. My challenge will be NO HEAT for two months, which sounds good to me! Cause I love my Hair Milk Collection! Screaming Curls and kink curls and kinks.

Mary’s Daughter

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