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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Got TR today! HELP!!!Experts please
Date: April 21, 2007 at 8:11 pm PST
In Reply to: Got TR today! HELP!!!Experts please posted by Claudia on April 21, 2007 at 7:42 pm:
Sometimes the results are not good because of the condition of the hair. I know that I do my best to protect over colored or highlighted hair. I also apply different strengths of the product to the different areas. Timing is also essential. I will sometimes apply the product to the more resistant areas first, then apply to the more porous hair.
Occassionally I will have to rinse off the whole thing, and dry the hair, then reprocess the resistant areas. All of this is done before the ironing begins. I keep a very close eye on how the solution is effecting the hair, constantly checking different areas of the head to see how the process is progressing and if the hair is ready to rinse.
Then I rinse, rinse, rinse. Now I blow dry. At this point I can tell just what I will end up with. I apply a protein and heat protector and begin ironing. I will lightly iron the fragile parts of the hair.
Even with all of these precautions, the ends may still need to be trimmed. To look it's best, I will apply a smoothing cream before drying and use a heat protection/shine finishing product. Then I can iron using a lightly heated flat iron, following the comb.
Some heads of hair need a bit more attention.
Now, if your stylist shampooed your hair, blew it dry then applied the solution all over all of your hair at the same time, you probably have over processed hair. If your stylist then ironed the whole head without heat protection/proteins, with the same intensity and heat from scalp to ends, your hair has been over ironed.
So the question is... was it over processed because of the condition of your hair, or because of the application of the product and ironing technique. I need more information about what you remember happening today.
The hair can be underprocessed in some places, and overprocessed in others all at the same time.
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