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From: ruth@roche salon (220.127.116.11)
Subject: Re: Trying to decide about TR
Date: October 11, 2006 at 7:25 am PST
In Reply to: Trying to decide about TR posted by Michelle on October 11, 2006 at 5:01 am:
Hello, my name is ruth I have been specializing in yuko tr for 5 yrs. in washington d.c. and, my salon also carries Iso mane tamer. My advice for your daughter is to wait and do only the tr. The mane tamer IS compatable with tr however, when the styilist is finally ready to tr your daughter will have 2 different hair textures, the iso'd hair and her new growth. That can create issues for even the best stylist. And for you mom, you just have to get through the "grow out" period. I know it is difficult. My only suggestions would be to get your hands on the oleo relax line of shampoo, condotioner, and serums by Kerestase loreal. I can ship it to you if you like. The product you are currently using is not heavy enough. I can guarentee the kerestase will give you a 20-30% reduction in the fulness of your hair. Also, what about going to a lower cost salon for a blow out and trying to keep it as long as possible at home with flatiron touch-ups? Maybe you could go once or twice a week? I would however invest in a great iron. We currently use and are in love with the GHD "good hair day" iron. It was created by trying to improve the chi, it's amazing it gets even the kinkiest hair straight with no effort. Hang in there!
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