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Can I Relax My Hair after Using a Texturizer?

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Yes, you can relax your hair after using a texturizer. You should only keep the texturizer on your hair for the minimum amount of time possible though, to prevent over processing your hair.
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You relax your hair after using a texturizer though this should only be attempted after a thorough strand test as relaxing your hair will entail the use of chemicals. A strand test gives you the ideal processing time for the result you are after.
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