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From: www.unsprung.net (18.104.22.168)
Date: March 19, 2007 at 9:22 am PST
In Reply to: General Mystery of Brazilian Keratin, cracked posted by www.UnSprung.net on March 17, 2007 at 7:54 am:
The Before/After pics cannot be loaded, unsure why. I can email them. email@example.com
There are captions for each picture. Sky was the model in this set of pics. She had to breath
into a damp towel to avoid having her eyes sting. The eyes sting as if an onion has been cut
open. Ventilation is needed. A white cloudy haze forms during the ironing, and is irritating
to anyone in it. I wear a respirator, chemical goggles and gloves. Neither Sky or myself
have experienced skin irritation during this process. Sky did not experience any skin
irritation during the 4 days before her first shampoo.
Sky's hair was "Brittany Blonde" until recently. Fried ends, multiple textures. 1/4 Afro-3/4
caucasian. Flatironed with every shampoo, @ 2-3 per week. Wella haircare products(NOTE:
Wella's Hydrating shampoo contains no Sodium Chloride).
After: Overall the hair was shiny, smooth, straight with NO flatironing needed. The ends
were still split and fuzzy. The ends should have looked better if BKT preferrs damaged hair
over healthy. Overall, not a real problem. Split ends are still-as far as we know- not
permanently revivable.(NanoMax is the new Tanagra that claims to permanently revive
hair..haven't used it yet.)
Possible future issues:
1. overall toxicity to stylist
2. uneven reversion(only a problem if the client doesn't maintain treatments)-damaged hair
will remain straight/healthier hair will revert. roots will revert quicker than the more
3.cuticle may be damaged over time. As BKT coating flakes off, stuck on cuticle might flake
off with it.
4.The procedure is so simple. Potentially, any stylist at any salon can do a great job. The
service will expand everywhere, bringing down the price. Most likely, some company will
market a "home" version, since it's foolproof.
5.competing companies will flood the market with copycat, inferior and superior
On the BKT official websight, under testimonials, there are many salons using the BKT. It
would be helpful to have more before/after pics posted from people using this product 1-2
years(as is states some have been doing). The long term health to the hair is my main
concern for my clients.
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