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From: Jenny (184.108.40.206)
Subject: Denise--long description of my post-TR routine
Date: May 4, 2007 at 1:56 am PST
Okay, I'm going to try this again. I think I've finally come up with a suitable routine. I've taken care of the two problems you mentioned earlier. One, I have a heat protectant prior to ironing. Two, I bought a new iron that has adjustable heat settings (the FHI 405RVI ceramic iron), and I'm keeping it at 200-250 degrees F.
Here's the routine--please tell me if you approve or disapprove:
In the evening a few hours before bedtime (no more frequently than every other night; I'm trying to stretch this to every third night):
1. Wash with Bumble and Bumble Coco de Creme shampoo
2. Put in Bumble and Bumble Coco de Creme conditioner, and comb it through; let it sit before rinsing
3. Towel dry hair
4. Put in CHI Keratin Mist as a leave-in conditioner
5. Brush hair until smooth
6. Put in Alterna Hemp Straightening Balm
7. Comb product through hair
8. Put hair back into a soft fabric scrunchie (loose low twist or bun)
9. Let hair air dry in the evening and overnight (note: I can use the blowdryer to get it partially dry very quickly, but I'm trying to protect my hair from heat damage as much as possible--so if I have the option to air dry it, I prefer that to using the blowdryer)
In the morning after my hair's been washed:
1. Take hair out of scrunchie and brush it (by the way, the hair having been in the scrunchie gives the ends a really cute curl/twist that I can leave if I like)
2. Put on Paul Mitchell Heat Seal as a heat protectant
3. Comb product through hair
4. Plug in the straightening iron (set it around 200-250 degrees) and straighten hair in small sections, using a comb and clips--this is the most time-consuming of any process I do, but I can already manage to do my entire head in under 30 minutes (in the past, it took a professional nearly 2 hours to do my curly hair, and it was never truly straight)
5. Brush hair
6. If necessary, put on Bumble and Bumble Brilliantine for flyaway pieces
7. If hair is still too flyaway, put on a bit of Aquage Defining Gel
Then my hair is good for at least two days (that day and the next). I can just brush it and go.
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