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From: rachel (
Subject: Re: akkkk.... my TR is starting to grow out
Date: January 10, 2007 at 1:49 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: akkkk.... my TR is starting to grow out posted by Denise Kingsley on January 10, 2007 at 6:00 am:

Hi Denise-

Well, the front pieces (which are the shortest parts- where my hair is angled) were never that great to begin with. My TR was fantastic- but those front parts have been frizzy since the day I had my TR, they were just straight and frizzy. Now they're getting curly at the root and I think it looks weird, because I have enough long hair to pull the weight of my curly roots at the rest of my head-- if that makes sense.
I have been using Redken Anti-Snap, but it seems to work better on my ends than it does on those front pieces. The other day I even tried one of my gel creams from my curly haired days to straighten and the results were... well, gross. And hard in spots. Not cool. ;) Is there a good straightening balm or something you'd recommend?
I don't blow dry my hair anymore, at least-- so even if I do use the iron on rare occasion, it's not like I'm damaging my hair daily.
I've never heard of the bridge though. How much does something like that usually run?

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