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From: Karen (
Subject: bkt not lasting
Date: June 5, 2007 at 6:50 am PST

History: I had BKT done 5/19 and did first wash 5/23. I use pureology shampoo and conditioner and wash, on average, every other day. My hair was never pin straight and I still have to use round brush and shine serums to get smooth. I was not, however, dissappoited because there was a marked improvement in my hair and it stayed relatively frizz free once I styled it. This was really what I wanted. I have this CRAZY frizzy fine hair that always amazes my stylist as to how impossible it is to get smooth - even with an iron.
Now I am two weeks out and I am noticing the frizz free effects are wearing off. I am finding my hair is getting puffy as the day wears on.It is no where near as bad as it used to be, but not as great as it was even 4 days ago. Is it possible that some hair types are just resistant to this treatment or should it have been done differently considering the strenth of the frizz? Could better results be acheived with different hair types if the procedure is done a bit differently? With so many different types of hair, how is it possible that this procedure is "one size fits all". I will call the salon, but I am hesitant to say they did anything wrong, because I think it might just be my hair. What do you all think? Thanks

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