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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Denise, Michelle, Melissa--thanks!
Date: April 11, 2007 at 5:54 am PST
In Reply to: Denise, Michelle, Melissa--thanks! posted by Jenny on April 10, 2007 at 10:58 pm:
I am so happy for you. Every stylist has there own way of doing things. I prefer my clients to lightly blow dry their hair and then use heat protection and a lightly heated iron to finish style. I do not like the "blow out" method of doing hair. It causes increased stress and uses too much concentrated heat.
The average time it takes to blow dry wet hair is 15 to 30 seconds. The average temperature used with a blow dryer is 257 degrees F.
So the hair is exposed to the stress of brushing and pulling for 30 seconds at 257 degrees.
To accomplish the same thing using an iron, heat protection must always be applied and the exposure to the hair is 10 seconds at 167 degrees F.
That is why I do not blow out my clients hair.
Intense heat and stress eliminates keratin from the hair at a much higher rate. Too much heat causes water in the hair to form tiny bubbles of steam inside the hair shaft. This weakens the hair and it will eventually break.
You should never iron wet hair either. Any time you hear a sizzle, that is bad.
I always teach my TR clients to:
comb the conditioner through with a wide tooth comb
towel dry by squeezing the hair
apply leave in moisture
NEVER DETANGLE BARE HAIR
apply product/heat protection
lightly finger dry the hair pointing dryer down the hair shaft
apply spray on heat protection
iron following the comb using a lightly heated iron
Like I said, this is MY recommendation. Some stylists may have another opinion.
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