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From: Jenny (188.8.131.52)
Subject: Denise--follow-up on post-TR care
Date: April 12, 2007 at 1:04 am PST
Okay, I hear you on the recommendation to use the straight iron as opposed to doing a "blowout."
I feel pretty dumb for having just purchased a $200 blowdryer. *sigh*
But anyway! You said the following:
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
May I get clarification on a few things?
1) What do you mean by "leave in moisture"? I have a ton of professional products. What specific brands/types qualify as "leave in moisture"? I want to be sure to use the right product at the right time (and I'm hopeless at this).
2) What does that mean--"never detangle bare hair"? Is it okay to detangle (I assume that means comb?) once the "leave in moisture" has been applied?
3) See #1--what would qualify as "product/heat protection"?
4) See #1--what would qualify as "spray on heat protection"?
I'm willing to buy whatever I need to get the set-up just right, but I want to make sure I know what's being recommended first.
5) Finally, I have a Corioliss wet/dry iron for which I overpaid (do you see a theme here?). It's marketed as being acceptable for wet hair, which does produce the "sizzle." What do you think about using that particular iron on my hair if it's wet or damp?
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