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From: sigh (
Subject: Thermal Reconditioning - still frizzy hair
Date: November 8, 2006 at 1:02 pm PST

Wanted to touch base here and see if anyone might have some insight. I just had this process done on Saturday (11/4/06). The initial results were fantastic. Silky smooth, incredibly straight hair. My hair is naturally somewhat curly and very frizzy, to the point that prior to TR I rarely brushed it out to prevent it from looking like I stuck my finger in a light socket.

I was noticing though, that each day since TR was done that the end of my hair (it's pretty long, about 2 feet in length) was getting progressively frizzy. It's now been 5 days since TR and I finally washed my hair. After it was dry and brushed out, the lower half of my hair is around 75% as frizzy as it was before TR. This is only 5 days after TR, and I am extremely disappointed and borderline angry since I spent almost $1,000 getting this done. I followed the stylist's instructions explicitly (no hair washing for 3 days, don't let it get wet, don't tie it back or even tuck behind my ears, etc.)

My questions are: is this a factor sometimes with this technique? Will it potentially continue to revert back to bring just as frizzy as it was before TR? Can anything be done to fix it? I have an appointment with the stylist so she can see what's happening, but I'm so distraught that I wanted to hear any early ideas as to what I can expect at this point. I was led to believe that this technique would leave my hair permanently frizz-free and straight, and in a very short period of time it's proving to be far from the truth, at least in my experience.

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