I destroyed my She She Lux Malaysian Body Wave Hair

Posted by Keenya Noble on

Before I selected a hair vendor for She She Lux, I had to try out the hair.  I love the hair from my vendor and so do my customers.  My hair is natural so I use weaves and wigs for protective styling sometimes.  I usually use closures since my hair is neither kinky nor straight.  It's a little in between.  With that being said, most extensions don't blend well with my hair.  I installed the Malaysian Body Wave bundles with a closure and I love this hair because it is versatile.  I can wear a wet and wavy look, a curled, or straight look.   I installed this hair 3 times and its still in good shape....but what happened was...the last install, I just stuffed the hair into a bag and kept it moving because I was gonna just toss the hair. I was going to trash it since I wasn't really into wearing closures.  I was going to throw the hair away.  After that, I installed twists for two months, using Bushy combs Chebe Butter and Aloe Vera spritzer daily.  The plan was to take it out the twists and re-install them.  My hair is usually thin so I wanted to keep it protected for the winter.  After removing the twists, I noticed my hair was a little thicker and had a good amount of growth so I decided to blow it out an straighten it. I would then install the Malaysian hair for a little more length and volume and try to blend it with my straightened hair.  I washed the She She Lux Malaysian Body Wave  hair, which was a matted mess (dammit for stuffing it in the bag).  I washed, conditioned, and de-tangled the hair.  I let it dry on a rack then I brushed it out.  What i noticed from me being careless with the hair (the bag stuffage) is that the hair resembled my hair texture.. WHAAATTT!!!  This is great.  I thought I ruined the hair but shiiiddddddd, I made it better.  I installed it WITHOUT a closure and it blended perfect with my natural hair.  So what I thought was a disaster, turned out to be the answer..yayyyyyyyy!!


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