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From: susan (184.108.40.206)
Subject: Vincent, Leslie, Denise, Jay or any others - help!
Date: April 4, 2007 at 9:59 am PST
I know this question has been asked before on this board, but I ask again. I have had at least 8 TR's very successfully at Hidy Hair. I have very thick, curly (from the root) hair that can also frizz in the right conditions. It is 12 month's post-TR and my hair is in great shape, but I am at a cross-roads. I LOVE my TR's because I can get effortless smooth, shiny hair air-dried, but I think I look a lot better with "some" curls. I had convinced myself to let it all grow out until a recent trip to Carmel where my hair frizzed within 10 minutes and looked wretched. Are there ANY options for smooth curls without much/any heat intervention? I have booked my airfare and made my yearly appointment for my TR in 2 weeks, but I would love to explore my options. Thank you all so much in advance.
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