My Relaxed Hair, Roller Setting

Happy Hair Weekend.

While looking for a “throwback Thursday” picture for Instagram this week, I came across the pictures from this roller set where I was trying to find a combination of hair products that would add shine to my hair.  My previous “recipe” called for:

  • Pre-poo/Hot Oil Treatment
    • Ceramide containing Oil.  This time I used African Royale Hot 6 Oil
  • Shampoo
    • Chelating Shampoo. Mizani Phormula-7 Chelating and Neutralizing Shampoo
  • Instant Conditioner
    • Low pH product to close the cuticle layer of hair. Roux Porosity Control 
  • Deep Conditioner
    • Ceramide/Smoothing Moisturizing Deep Conditioner. Nexxus Humectress.
  • Leave-In
    • Moisturizing leave-in known for giving sleek results when used with heat. GVP Conditioner
    • Protein leave-in with heat protectant. Aphogee Keratin and Green Tea Restructurizer

I had been itching to wear my hair out for some time now and so this rediscovery came right on time.  It’s a tested regimen that has a high likelihood of giving good roller set results, so I was actually excited to wash my hair on Friday. (Lately it’s been feeling like a chore).  Here are the results:

I was recording as I took down and styled this roller set. *fingers crossed* I’ll have the video edited and uploaded by next weekend.  I’ll add the link [here] once it’s up.

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18 thoughts on “Happy Hair Weekend.

  1. Gorgeous results! I've been feeling the same way about my wash days as of lately…I think I'll give rollersetting a try next week to help me get out that funk!

  2. Lovely results. I feel u on wash days feeling like a chore. The further into my transition I go the more I feel like it's a chore. I protective style is much needed for me.

  3. Thank you! Maybe that's something I should look into, because I really don't want my hair to suffer due to laziness.

    Good luck to on your transition, I had no idea that you were transitioning. By the way, cute twist out this morning!

  4. You're so right. Especially compared to the time and work it takes to wash and air dry. But lately I've been able to set my hair in 20-25 minutes, which is lightening speed for me.

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