Friday, 28 May 2010 at 21:43 pm
My hair had always been poofy, wavy, and coarse. I’ve always begged my mom before for me to have those regular hair relaxing treatments to make my hair more manageable, and I remember during my college days that I bought my first hair iron – at the local mall, for such a low price. I could remember my first day of using it, as my classmates remarked on how beautiful my hair was. Goodness. I could almost kiss my hair iron that time. I promised to iron my hair everyday, but guess what?
It wasn’t all that good. I would notice that my hair would get drier and drier as the days go by, and end up with stick straight, but really damaged hair. Okay, I stopped with the hair ironing and just resulted to tying my hair for as long as I could imagine.
Give it a little fast forward action, as I had my hair rebonded for the first time. It definitely felt like heaven as I could just wash and wear my hair that beautiful everyday, as I spoiled it with conditioners and those weekly hair masques. But then, hair rebonding does not last for a lifetime. In – between rebonding sessions, I have stumbled into a better quality of hair iron – in ceramic form. It was better than the first generation of hair irons, and had less damaging effects.
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