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From: Nicolle (126.96.36.199)
Subject: Re: bkt in chicago????
Date: July 6, 2007 at 8:03 am PST
In Reply to: Re: bkt in chicago???? posted by bee on July 6, 2007 at 7:29 am:
She does iStraight so she knows about TR'd hair. She used to do OptiSmooth but switched to iStraight last year I believe.
BKT is not permanent. The hair is opened up with a clarifier and the the protein crystallizes and the formaldehyde preserves it with the iron sealing it shut with heat. The more porous/damaged your hair is the, better the result.
It will last 2 to 4 months before needing to be redone.
You can call for a consult to ask which is better for your hair.
TR is permanent where BKT will wash out eventually and then you just keep getting it redone. It's less damaging than TR but the iron is super hot so enough product must be used and the hairdresser has to be careful not to fry the hair and only iron until the product crystallizes.
I hope this helps.
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