Hair emergency? SBH has your back! Check out our coif question of the week.
In every issue, the SBH Hair Advice column answers your biggest hair concerns with the help of today’s top stylists. Here, mane pro Jacqueline Tarrant tackles a popular coif query. Have a hair care question you need answered? Tell us all about it and send an email to: email@example.com
I have never put any chemicals on my hair, so it is still Natural and thick. I usually braid my mane but I’m getting tired of doing it, and I’m not a fan of full weaves. I’ve heard about texturizers and was wondering what they are and whether I should try one on my hair? —Keena
A texturizer is a mild form of relaxer. The goal of a texturizer is to soften or reduce the natural curl pattern. It is a permanent solution. If manageability without permanent commitment is what you seek, then consider one of the temporary keratin treatments available, which can help condition and restore your hair and can last from one to three months.
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