It might be a dumb question, it requires such a long time to straighten the thick curly hair do with a few frizz control along with a hair straightener. I'm wondering when we could possibly get a relaxer with this type of hair?
First, you will find a number of different methods to straighten hair. The relaxers have 'Lye' and they're mostly too strong for that hair although they may be used if applied with a skilled stylist. Most styling items are essentially 'perms' or permanent waves that are combed in to the hair and they'll straighten your hair. It's with respect to the span of different hair.
Thio (Thioglycolate) relaxer. It's really a texturizer which is created for curly or wavy hair. You will find several good items available: Rusk Radical Anti-curl, Redken Vertical, L'oreal X-tenso, Matrix Opti-smooth. They all are professional remedies. Do your homework to discover if you will find any trustworthy salons in your town that provide the service.
Avoid Lye (sodium hydroxide) relaxers, or calcium hydroxide relaxes. They aren't really created for this type of haired and will not make the results that you simply are searching for.
Thio, will produce soft shiny hair, that'll be much simpler to straighten, but you still have the ability to put on hair curly or wavy if you wish to. The waves or curls will you need to be looser, softer and shinier.