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From: HallyB (220.127.116.11)
Subject: Re: Denise, Michelle, Melissa--thanks!
Date: April 11, 2007 at 11:42 am PST
In Reply to: Re: Denise, Michelle, Melissa--thanks! posted by Denise Kingsley on April 11, 2007 at 5:54 am:
I find your reply interesting. I have very, very THICK, coarse, porous TR'd hair that takes FOREVER to dry. (I have had many stylists comment on how long it DOES take to dry). There is NO way I can "lightly" finger dry my hair. It would take way too long. I begin my blow dry by finger drying but reach a point where I absolutely have to use brush and more concentrated heat (medium setting) from the dryer in order for my hair to dry underneath. I then apply MORE heat protection when hair is about 95% dry and lightly iron (ceramic) in order to get a smooth finish. (My TR's have NEVER been wash and go but I didn't expect that to be the case). My hair is very dry (always has been) and I do have quite a bit of damage. I always attributed this to the flat iron. I wash my hair every 3rd day to avoid excessive heat. I can do this because my hair IS so thick. I do touch it up lightly with iron every morning, but always use a heat protector.
What do you suggest for drying my type of hair?? Is there any way to cut down on the exposure to the heat of the dryer. (I have tried every kind of leave in, smoothers, heat treatments out there). Any help you can provide will be greatly appreciated!
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