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From: Marie (188.8.131.52)
Subject: Re: Dry, fried ends
Date: February 7, 2007 at 9:13 am PST
In Reply to: Re: Dry, fried ends posted by Denise Kingsley on February 1, 2007 at 6:34 am:
Thanks for your reply, Denise. To answer your questions:
I get a trim every 6-8 weeks.
I wash and blow dry my hair about 4 times a week. I use Kerastase Bain Oleo-Relax shampoo, then I condition with Kerastase smoothing masque (these products do not contain sodium lauryl sulfate). I work the masque through my hair with my fingers, leave it in for about 15 minutes, and then rinse it out. Then I comb my hair with a wide-tooth comb. Is this bad? Should I avoid combing after rinsing out the conditioner? Finally, I blow-dry my hair. I use a Marilyn round brush. Not sure what it's made of, but my salon recommended it. I have to pay special attention to my ends while I'm blow-drying or else they end up looking really fried. This is probably a vicious cycle that damages them more, but if I let them air-dry or don't pay special attention to smoothing them while I blow-dry, they look horrible. Consequently, I can't blow-dry without using a brush (especially for the approx. 4 inches of curly regrowth at the roots that needs to be straightened).
Can you recommend a good leave-in conditioner? I have to say I've never used a leave-in conditioner. Should I use one in addition to a regular conditioner that washes out in the shower?
If I do flat iron my hair (which is rarely) I use Paul Mitchell Super Skinny to protect it.
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