What is a texturized?
Unlike a relaxer, which straightens your hair, a texturizer is a chemical process that smooths and de-frizzes your hair while maintaining some of your natural curls. “A texturizer is like a flash relaxer,” says Courtney Foster, hairstylist and founder of Courtney Foster Beauty.
How often do you touch-up a texturizer?
You can expect a texturizer for natural hair to last from eight to 10 weeks. After that period, your hair will revert to its natural state, so you’ll need to repeat the treatment to maintain the look. Keep in mind, some people like to wait even longer than two months to get a touch-up.
Can you undo texturizer?
The only sure way of ridding your hair of an over-processed texturizer is by cutting the damaged parts of your hair and allowing your healthier, natural hair grow out in due time.
How do you reverse a texturizer?
With that being said, you have chemically and permanently altered your hair pattern and there is (unfortunately) no way to get that back. Relaxers and texturizers break down the protein bonds in hair and once that is achieved, there is no way to put it back together.
How much is a texturizer?
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Will texturizer damage your hair?
“Texturizers are less potent than traditional relaxers, so in theory, they are less damaging to the hair. Most texturizer products include a few key ingredients to help condition and restore the hair. However, it is important to remember that a chemical treatment, no matter how ‘lite’ is still a chemical treatment.
Can you swim with texturized hair?
Texturized Hair and Swimming Chlorine or sea salt will not damage texturized hair. However, you still have to do a few things before you go for a swim. It’s highly important that you don’t enter the water with your hair down. So, we suggest braiding it or wrapping it into a bun.
Can relaxed hair go back to natural?
Relaxers are permanent, so whatever parts of your hair that have been in contact with a relaxer will never grow back naturally. Therefore, at some point in time your hair must be cut off to above the demarcation line. If you’re not willing to go for the big chop, the next step is to do regular trims of your hair.
Are Texturizers good for African American hair?
Loosen Your Natural Curl Pattern With a Permanent Process A texturizer is a chemical-based process that is a mild form of a relaxer. Also known as texture softener, it is a popular option for Black hair.
Is texturizer supposed to burn?
Since texturizer is a chemical-based process, it would tend to dry out your scalp and give you a chemical burn on your exposed skin. Experts recommend protecting the skin to avoid such a scenario.
Is texturized hair still natural?
Despite what some products may claim, texturizers are not “natural.” This is still a chemical process and it can damage your hair or lead to overprocessing.
Does a texturizer loosen curls?
Texturizers are applied when you don’t want all of the curl removed from the hair. Instead, they loosen the natural curl pattern and can give the strands a wavy texture.