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From: Jen (188.8.131.52)
Subject: question for experts
Date: May 13, 2007 at 12:05 pm PST
I had a TR approximately 1 year ago, so it is very grown out. The stylist I went to for the TR has moved far away. My question....
I had to forgoe highlights for the TR, but I desperately want them back. I am currently saving for a digital perm, and was told on this blog that digiperms work better with highlights.
Ok, so I am going to go to a stylist (whom is not familiar with TR's) to have the highlights put back in (When I have enough money, I am going to go to Jay at Hidy Hair in NJ)...what do I say to the stylist about my hair??? Does she have to use a specific type of highlight that won't damage the Tr'd hair? Will it look really weird to have highlighted hair on TR'd hair that has grown out about 6 inches. I don't want to have my virgin hair take longer to "soak" up the highlights, then the TR'd part????
Does this make sense?
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