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From: Ericka (220.127.116.11)
Subject: Re: For Ericka who was not forgotten
Date: November 27, 2006 at 1:23 am PST
In Reply to: For Ericka who was not forgotten posted by Denise Kingsley on November 26, 2006 at 9:11 pm:
No sun in. Just deposit-only color (Robert Craig) for a few years and then a few times of Naturtint (permanent color a couple shades lighter than my hair) this summer. No relaxing or other chems of any kind for like 20 years before that. I think I overcolored it at end of summer with the Naturtint (too soon and left on too long). It was fine to begin with and fairly fragile, but not a disaster. She said it was stronger than it looked.
She did take small sections. I can't remember if she followed the comb with the iron though. It was roots to ends with the iron, but I dont recall what the comb was doing.
In the time since I last wrote I have observed that really the bad parts (hardest to comb, dry the crimpiest, thickest abnd frizziest) are chunks in the front--the backsides and back and most of the ends are just fine. More on this later. Now I am not sure if the front pieces were overprocessed or UNDERprocessedor just badly ironed.
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