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From: Jenny (126.96.36.199)
Subject: Denise/Leslie - DigiPerm or TR???
Date: March 13, 2007 at 9:50 am PST
I've read a bit about the digital perm on this board, and have had two TRs in the past (one with Leslie, and one at Hayato), and now I am confused as to which I should get in June.
I like some waves and curls sometims, but not when they frizz terribly or lose their shape when they dry (which happens ALL the time with me). Sometimes I love having very straight hair, but if it looks "limp" then the hair doesn't pairt well with my facial features.
I realize I can't truly have it both ways, so I was wondering what your professional opinions were. Basically, I want wash and go hair that will look good! That's it! However, I don't want to spend money only to keep the frizz, or have lifeless locks.
PS - can digitally permed hair be straightened for an evening? If it can, is it just as susceptible to frizzing as non-TRed hair?
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