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From: Ericka (184.108.40.206)
Subject: Here is another observation...Re: Denise---a question about TR-damaged hair
Date: November 14, 2006 at 6:56 pm PST
In Reply to: Re: Denise---a question about TR-damaged hair posted by Denise Kingsley on November 13, 2006 at 8:21 pm:
Washed it tonight...combing it out i really tried to pay attention to what it's like,to explain it. It's just so much harder to comb than before TR. Once dried (really just gently patted and squeezed with towel), it's a rough, dry-feeling thick mass. Pulling a wide-tooth comb through--even though it has been conditioned well and even though when curly it was pretty easy to comb--is now...weird. There is tremendous resistance to the comb. It nakes a scary, scraping noise. I get about an inch or two and encounter a rough resistant spot--a logjam--and have to very gently finesse it further. And so on. (This is in additon to the aforementioned strange crimpyy wavelets that mar the surface.)
It seems like there is just NO MOISTURE in the hair whatsoever.
Tonight I got so frustrated with it, I took a large dab of Redken Smooth Down Butter Treat and massaged it through the towel-dried hair. I wanted you to know this made it quite a bit easier to comb. (Still not like pre-TR, but significantly better than a moment earlier!.) I guess I better lay in a supply of that stuff...
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