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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: The bends after TR
Date: May 5, 2007 at 6:55 am PST
In Reply to: The bends after TR posted by Elaine on May 4, 2007 at 9:28 pm:
The bends and breakage are caused by poor ironing technique. This is serious!
That hair may or may not break, it depends on how dented it is. My suggestion would be to have a Biolustre treatment done on your hair, by someone who knows what they are doing. The biolustre wraps the hair in a synthetic "web" of protection and keeps it from breaking.
Your ends could be dry for a variety of reasons which may or may not be the cause of the ironing. It could be that the condition of your hair was pretty bad on the ends. If they are really bad, cut them off. It will not take long for the hair to grow an inch or so of healthy hair at the scalp.
What you need to consider here is how you will be caring for your new TRd hair. You must shampoo, condition and protect from heat.
Did you stylist recommend an at home care plan?
If not, I would suggest finding a new person in the future, in light of the damage of your hair by this person.
What type of training did they have? How long have they been doing TRs? How often do they do them?
Sometimes when a client comes to us for their first TR, their hair is pretty bad. We do the best we can to get them down to a minimum styling time. The important thing now is, how to care for the hair to be sure that it is the best condition possible for touch up time!
There are no excuses for bends at the scalp!!!!!!
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