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Another Post About Relaxer Stretching...Or is it?

What is relaxer stretching?

Simply put, relaxer stretching is going more than 6 weeks between relaxer touch ups. I tend to stretch my relaxers for a minimum of 12 weeks.


Another post about relaxer stretching...or is it? | arelaxedgal.com

Why should you stretch your relaxers?

When you stretch your relaxers it's easier to see where the line of demarcation is and how much hair should be processed. This helps to minimize the potential for relaxer overlap which can weaken your hair strands, even more, resulting in breakage and thinner hair.

Despite the fact I've been stretching my relaxers for a little, even before I knew it was a thing, I'm still learning what I should and shouldn't do. One thing that's been helpful for me is reading articles and blogs to see what tips and tricks other women are sharing.

So instead of regurgitating more information that is already out there on the web, I'm going to share some of my favorite posts and tips on relaxer stretching from blogs and sites I frequent and a couple of posts with tips from me. Enjoy!

Just Grow Already: 6 tips for stretching your relaxer.

Longing 4 Length: Relaxer stretching tips | Divachyk of Relaxed Thairapy

A Relaxed Gal: How I Manage My New Growth During Relaxer Stretches

Healthy Hair by Ren: Healthy Hair Practices: Stretching Relaxers

Saving our Strands: 6 tips to stretching your relaxer 6 months

Below the Waist: Stretching it out (your relaxers that is) - benefits vs. drawbacks

A Relaxed Gal: 10 Tips for Successful Relaxer Stretching

7 tips for relaxer stretching | A Relaxed Gal: Hair + Beauty + Blogging + Finance 

Share in the comments your tips or favorite posts on relaxer stretching.




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