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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Past Bad TR. . .Coloring - Thinning Hair. . .
Date: April 1, 2007 at 5:46 am PST
In Reply to: Past Bad TR. . .Coloring - Thinning Hair. . . posted by HairHairHair on March 30, 2007 at 12:22 pm:
I would never be forced to go to NY. I love the city, especially in the spring!
Yes, a bad TR can cause permanent damage to follicles. It is very rare.
Naturtint is a permanent dye. It is not better than any other permanent color. It has "natural" additives, but then again so do many many colors.
You should never layer permanent color over permanent color to refresh the color. You are just putting chemicals over chemicals. This color uses H202 or Hydrogen Peroxide. You would be much better off using a deposit only color on your hair to refresh the color. I use Shades EQ by Redken. It is a conditioning color gloss. As far as a color making the hair healthier, no, it won't do that. However some colors will make the hair appear healthier and will not damage the hair further.
I would suggest you find a good colorist who can help you.
As far as the breakage, it will probably take time for your hair to grow back in. It should continue to get stronger with time. You should also look into other considerations such as medications and your general health, for possible answers to the thinning. Women will tend to have thinning hair, a bit, during menopause.
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