My hair: testing out the CWKgirls plates

Although my hair is chemically relaxed, I haven’t done a relaxer touch-up in 3 months. I have been debating whether or not I should stop using relaxers. Anyways, in the mean time, I needed to find a way to handle the two textures: the chemically straightened ends and the new growth. The CWKgirls plates seemed like a good option. Fortunately, I had bought a set early this year and I decided to give them a go. The set I purchased contains both spiral plates and straight plates.

All in all, I liked the results. I do have a slight preference for the spiral plates but both plates make my new growth soft and stretched and this has enabled me to avoid relaxing my hair for now. 🙂

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My hair didn’t turn out as straight as I was hoping it would. Firstly, it didn’t dry completely before I took out the plates. However, my new growth was stretched and soft.

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Testing out the spiral CWKgirls plates. (Done on a different day from the straight plates).

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