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New Options Hair Care Review

Posted on: June 5th, 2017 by Errol Crockett No Comments


New Options Hair Care Review

I won’t keep you long, but I had to share this New Options Hair Care review with you.

 Hello, New Options Nation!

Can you please share this with your family and friends?

Oh, by the way, please call me when you place your next order, tell me your name and I will include a free thermo oil.

Remember, to call or email me so that I’m reminded.

You have to try this, it’s a water soluble hair oil, no petroleum, only soy bean.

It’s a great moisturizer for hair and skin and it won’t be greasy.

Enjoy the passion in this review, I certainly did.

Thank you so much Ms. Freeman, your passion came through “big time” with this review. It confirms that we are on the right track.

We are quickly gaining the confidence of the public and I am feeling like a free man too!

“I couldn’t find any product for natural hair that really did what it said it would do.


I ordered this New Options product because I was desperate to stay natural.


God is my witness in whom I serve, this product work miracle on African American hair.


I can manage and do my own natural hair without the pricey product that you invest in and it doesn’t get the job done.


So, if you are natural and having problems with your transitioning or managing your hair, please try this product, very reasonable, especially when you are purchasing other product and not getting the result you want.


It is also 99% chemical free!”

-Antoinette Freeman

Your Alkaline Mineral Softener is On the Way

Posted on: January 25th, 2017 by Errol Crockett No Comments

Your Alkaline Mineral Softener is On the way

Beauty Professionals must be innovative or face consequences..


Just want to thank you again for trying out the Alkaline Mineral Softener.

I know you don’t have the New Options, shampoo or conditioner, so use any low PH shampoo (Most Nuetralizing shampoos are low pH) after your application and your regular moisturizer.

Please stay in touch and let me know your results.

If you have any questions about application, please give me a call at 570-242-3264 or email at [email protected]

Here’s a link so that you can get a great deal, that will include our shampoo and leave in conditioner for your next application.

If you give me a call and remind me, I will also send you a free thermal oil-cream and its water soluble you’re, going to love it!

Water soluble moisturizing oilWater Soluble Hair Oil

No grease, just shine and moisture!


Stay Beautiful My Friends!



What Happens When You Use Homemade Hair Relaxer

Posted on: September 23rd, 2016 by Errol Crockett No Comments
Homemade Hair Relaxer

Author: Andrea Mobley, New Options Hair Care Enthusiast

Why I’m Done With Homemade Hair Relaxer

I’m done experimenting with homemade hair relaxers.

I’ve  been natural since 2000…off and on. I have to clarify because every time my thick 4b texture grew to right about shoulder length, I grew frustrated, felt it was unmanageable and began re-evaluating relaxing my hair.

The first time I went back to the relaxer, my hair emerged as a wondrous head of curls. I looked in the mirror and could not believe that it was MY hair, More importantly… I couldn’t recreate it. As soon as my new growth came in, the roots wouldn’t match those first perfect curls and, eventually, I would be back to another big chop.

I tried a series of natural hair relaxers both commercial and homemade. There were several clay options that relied on the clay being applied, heated and then rinsed it out. I felt like whatever benefit the clay granted, went right now the drain with the clay. Another concoction involved eggs and mayonnaise. It took me quite a bit of washing to get the smell out of my hair. I was so sad and frustrated. Everything took hours of preparation and the result lasted only a few days if at all.

My lack of success led me to “texlaxing”. Texlaxing is the process of using a texturizer, a mild relaxer, or a relaxer mixed with a conditioner or oil to relax the hair. The idea is to relax it enough to make it manageable but not enough to straighten. Once again, I could not reproduce the same results. I did discover some handy application techniques but my hair still showed damage and I was back to trimming the ends until I was fully natural again. After my last chop, I wore braids and wigs with the internal understanding that my curls and kinks were just too unruly and I would never be able to keep any kind of length or manageability.

During a late night internet research session, I stumbled across the answer to my quandary in the alkaline mineral softener by New Options Hair Care. The technology of the softener did not destroy the cuticle of the hair like a harsh chemical. The results didn’t vanish a few days, as a matter of fact; the results didn’t vanish at all. After more research, I took the plunge and softened my virgin 4b hair. When I stepped out of the shower, I looked in the mirror with awe. There they were—the gorgeous waves and curls I remembered from over a decade ago! I was excited and nervous. Would I be able to maintain it? Would my hair turn dry and angry? Would I be grabbing the scissors in a few months?

Nearly half a year later, I can say I’ve maintained my curls after multiple retouches and I have the flexibility to blow dry my hair straight with little to no effort which will come in handy during the winter months. My hair sits right above my shoulder and I am watching it grow with excitement. Every naturalista has a holy grail—a conditioner, a styling cream—some product that they can’t live without. For me, this is definitely it.

Brazilian Blowout Alternative.

Posted on: December 17th, 2014 by Errol Crockett 4 Comments
brazilian blowout alternative

Hair Stylist Kasandra Slade, Hair Chalet Multi-Cultural Hair Designs, Maplewood, NJ


Move over Brazilian Blowout, Keratin hair treatments and chemical straighteners of every kind. There is a NEW Alternative in town that cannot and will not be ignored.

We call it a Brazilian Blowout Alternative because its, a newly discovered alternative that employs a natural remedy, that we’re all familiar and comfortable with; sodium, salt; and as the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words.

Ask Kasandra Slade, hair stylist at Hair Chalet Multi-Cultural Hair Designs, in Maplewood, New Jersey. (more…)