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From: HairHairHair (155.201.35.50)
Subject: Past Bad TR. . .Coloring - Thinning Hair. . .
Date: March 30, 2007 at 12:22 pm PST

This board helped me immensely last July when I had a horrible TR (I got the bends!). My hair is growing out fine, now, and only some of the bent hairs have broken off. But I do believe the advice I got here saved my hair. So very grateful.

My question is about coloring my greys. I've noticed that my hair is growing in thinner since the bad TR, though I am getting older, and perhaps my hair is just naturally getting thinner (Could the bad TR have caused permanent damage to my follicles?). Also, someone mentioned that coloring the hair also thins it. I dye just the greys once a month with Naturtint, which I thought was safer for my hair, as it's ammonia free. The last time I dyed it, however, I used it all over the hair to freshen my color and I noticed that my hair was that weird, stretchy texture when the hair is over-processed (I left on the color for the suggested time). Also, a friend of mine used it and said her hair feels thinner as well. I guess my questions are these: 1) is Naturtint just as damaging, even though it's ammonia-free? 2) is it true that a demi-permanent color is not damaging (I have some L'Oreal ColorGems on order) and 3) are there any colors that actually make the hair healthier?

By the way, my next hair-straightening procedure is going to be the BKT. It sounds awesome!! I'm in DC, though, so I *guess* I'll be *forced* to go to NY. ;)


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