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From: Honey (210.14.24.251)
Subject: Re: Rubbery Hair and Tanagra Nanokeratinization
Date: February 19, 2007 at 9:14 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Rubbery Hair and Tanagra Nanokeratinization posted by Denise Kingsley on February 19, 2007 at 10:54 am:

Hi Denise,
Some of my hair spring back when i stretch it and some of them break if i pull harder. But mostly, they just spring back. I haven't been very good to my hair, though :(. I usually get a TR about twice a year and i recently got a digital perm, but since my hair didn't turn out the way i wanted it, i just got another TR. This is when my hair turned rubbery. My hair is already straight to begin with but i always wanted the pin-straight look, thus the TR. My hair is still straight now but if i just air dry it, it will be frizzy, mostly at the ends. I have long hair, about two inches below my bra-line, and if i hold my hair about halfway and i raise it, my ends just flops down. Before, my hair used to hold up. The best description i can give my hair is that it has turned too soft (not in a good way) and mushy, especially when its wet. I am now trying to find a way to let my hair recover, if it is at all possible. I am now using protein treatments on my hair everytime i wash it and i also use ID care heat silk lotion before i use a flat iron (at a low setting). Any and all advice for my hair isvery much welcome. Thanks.


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