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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Need Technical Help- Denise
Date: December 16, 2006 at 5:18 pm PST
In Reply to: Need Technical Help- Denise posted by Lisa on December 16, 2006 at 11:04 am:
Hey Girlfriend!!! I hope the holidays are going well for you. I have been totally slammed. I am doing a TR every Sunday, as well as during the week and all my colors too.
Anyway..... protection is the key. If I was REALLY worried about a section of hair, I would protect it with the oil and cholesterol. Then when rinsing, hold that hair up out of the way ( with an assistant if needed.)Making sure all of the chemicals are rinsed out before letting that hair down. Then rinse all the hair thoroughly. THEN I would blow dry those ends and check them out before using the mild solution. If I felt the hair could use a tweak with the mild, I would spray it with ppt and then dry and apply the product. That way you are not trying to process everything to be done at the same time. Sometimes that is just too hard to do. Sometimes you just HAVE to take the hair in sections, carefully processing each before moving on to the ironing step. I know it seems like a lot of work, but it is worth it.
Just like in a color correction, you can't just slap color on and expect it to all come out perfect. It's a one step at a time thing.
Your hair has been through enough. Whomever works on your hair should plan on taking the approach of one section at a time. The results will be worth it. If only you could take your head off and do it yourself, I know you could!!
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