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From: Ericka (184.108.40.206)
Subject: Denise---a question about TR-damaged hair
Date: November 13, 2006 at 4:27 pm PST
Denise, i have been trying to post a longer message about my TR experience both because I wanted advice and as a warning to others to heed your advice about research and references! However, I keep getting the message blocked--it says it has a non-allowed word or something in it but I swear i cannot for the life of me see what it is (no swearing or anything!) So I have sent it to someone for checking, apparently, and I guess they;ll tell me what the offending part is.
Meantime, I will post a shorter post without details to ask advice about my biggest after-bad-TR concern. Just to background briefly that I had very fine, porous, previously colored curly hair and took a chance on a somewhat inexperienced stylist and the result was, while probably not the worst case scenario possible (i.e., I still have most of my hair, and with a lot of work and babying can get it looking halfway decent and mostly straight most of the time--I know it could be even worse) nevertheless a far cry from what a successful, glossy, Pantene-commercial-like TR can be. The hair was clearly over-processed, and I have a handful of troubles and strange behaviors with my hair now, including dryness, some breakage, fuzzy rough spots, strange crimpy wavy chunks/strands, etc.--but the question I will ask for now has to do with when it is wet. One of the many expectations UN fulfilled from my TR was that of soft, easy-to-comb hair. It feels more like the straightenings of yesteryear (like I did 20 years ago, and hadn't since) where the hair when wet is super stiff and hard. Ironically, when my hair was curly, it nevertheless combed out very easily with the many excellent, quality, high-slip detanglers I favor. Now, it is near impossible to comb when wet. I use a good wide tooth comb like always, and the best conditioners and detanglers (really, I am a conoisseur) and still I can barely get a comb through--it takes forever and utter gentleness and patience, and even then...it is really rough, dry, hard, and tangled severely even when wet. it's like combing tangled sticks. WHy is this, I am curious? And, what can I do about it, or is this just another thing I'll have to live with?
More on my case if I get to post my other message...
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