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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Date: January 3, 2007 at 6:25 am PST
In Reply to: Re: To Lisa about NEW ERA posted by Lil Tiff on January 2, 2007 at 9:56 pm:
Biolustre is a synthetic product. It will strengthen your hair. It must be done properly or it will not work. It MUST be dried into the hair completely. Then it must be rinsed well and followed by 2 shampoos. Then moisturized. I usually end with a leave in moisturizer as well. If you have cuticular damage, which I suspect you do, it may not help. Like I said, it will prevent the hair from breaking. I think natural/virgin state, takes it too far.
There is a need for this product, but it does not solve all problems.
Just by reading your posts I see than you have done a lot to your hair. You must have strong hair because the average person would have lost theirs long ago.
Kitchen hair will eventually catch up with you and you will get a chemical haircut.
I say this only because I saw your pictures and it would be a shame to lose that beautiful long hair. (such a pretty face too!)
I think you are the one that posted on the LOreal conditioners. I read the ingredients on both products and they are almost identical. I plan to ask my technical advisor about the difference. The Kerastase is so expensive, and their is such a small difference in the list of ingredients between a $36 product and a $8 product.
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