Adding Moisture To My Heat Stretched Natural Hair – Q-Redew

q-redew on natural hair -moisturizing natural hair

How I Use The Q-Redew
I use the q-redew to moisturize my heat stretched hair. It is usually really difficult for me to moisturize my heat stretched hair, because of the fear that my hair will shrink dramatically and my style will be ruined. With the Q-Redew my hair does not get soaking wet. It basically just pushes out a warm mist which helps my hair to absorb moisture, but also keeps it stretched out. What I also like to do is stretch the hair down as I steam to help minimize any shrinkage.

What is the Q-Redew?
A handheld hair steamer
used to reshape, rejuvenate, and moisturize hair

How much is the Q-Redew and where can I purchase one?
$69.95 + tax
I purchased mine from Amazon.com

How long does it take to steam all of your hair?
It takes me no more than 10 minutes

Quick Tips
It holds about 3 oz of water. I have to refill it at least once to do my entire head. I have loads of hair though.
Make sure to twist or braid the section of hair after you steam. This will help keep the hair stretched out.

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2 thoughts on “Adding Moisture To My Heat Stretched Natural Hair – Q-Redew

  1. Wow! Thank you Alicia. You made my day. I happened to find this post (lucky me). I am not sure anyone else has demonstrated the Q-Redew on stretched hair like you have. Wonderful video. Beautiful hair! Thank you for sharing. ~Heidi

  2. I love your videos. . And I love your hair. I wonder if this is something I could use in my 1 1/2 inch long newly natural hair. Hmmmm. Maybe I’ll try it once my hair grows out. Wish me luck on my journey back to natural!

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