Nairobi Relaxer Reviews

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  1. OneInAMillion

    OneInAMillion New Member

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    Hey Ladies,

    I'm trying to find someone to do a texturizer for me, and to my dismay, no one wants to use Dudley's mild.

    Well I found someone who said they would do the texturizer, but they want to use Nairobi because it's not as strong.

    Anybody out there even use this?
     
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    I use it! I need to find out where I, a person without a cosmetologist license would be able to purchase it from. I dumped my last hairdresser so I need to find another source for Nairobi professional products. You got any ideas?
     
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    I have never had the relaxer but I love the products.
    The Nairobi Humetocil Conditioner and Foam Wrap is great I get those at at Cost Cutter salon which applies the Nairobi Relaxer.
     
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    Labett is this thick & moisturizing like humecto? tia
     
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    TIA, it is more thicker than the Keracare humecto in the bottle and very moisturizing.
    I would have to say Keracare in the tub is much better.
     
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    LABETT thanks!
     

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