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From: Kimberley (
Subject: Mixed Ethnicity Hair
Date: January 8, 2007 at 3:25 pm PST

I am mixed and as a result, I have curly, frizzy, weird texture hair. It used to be ringlets, but post-puberty, has gone haywire into a frizzy, tight-every-direction sorta curl MESS. I have tried no-lye relaxers for African hair before, and while they do strip out the curl, they leave my hair with a rough texture that dries into frizz. Even after relaxer, it takes a minimun of an hour to straighten my hair with a blow dry and iron, and now that I have moved to a rainy area, this is just not an option. I have looked into TR and have been given different opinions as to if I should have the treatment done...The problem is that TR isn't the best option for ethinic hair, but ethinic products don't give me results either (I have had my hair relaxed at African salons and besides the crappy results, I would prefer a treatment that doesnt include burning scalp). So, any suggestions out there????
I stopped relaxing my hair about a year ago in preparation for something, so now i have half a head of no curl frizz and the curly roots are growing back crazier than ever.
Any advice would be great and THANKS IN ADVANCE!

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