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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: DENISE - QUESTION AfTER TR
Date: November 29, 2006 at 6:39 am PST
In Reply to: DENISE - QUESTION AfTER TR posted by Evelyn on November 27, 2006 at 3:56 pm:
My color treated clients use Pureology smoothing. Redken has a nice like called Smooth Down and All Soft. I really like the results of Redken Heat Glide protector.
My favorite straightening gel is Aquage and I also like many of the CHI products. I do like the Crede, however I don't feel it is any better than any of the other quality professional products.
Keeping your TR hair looking its best is about how you care for it.
Shampoo with a high quality smoothing shampoo
use a moisturizer and comb through EVERYTIME with a wide tooth comb
spray on a nice leave in or smoothing cream
apply smoothing gel if needed, comb through
apply heat protector
apply finish oil/shine when hair is dry
Make sure to use low heat on blow dryer and no agressive brushing.
Always use a high quality, clean iron.
Mechanical damage causes so many problems. Using a round brush and blow dryer like in a "blow out", is really damaging. So stay away from that type of styling.
Using a lightly heated iron on dry hair is much easier on the hair.
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