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From: Jan Norris (71.208.122.76)
Subject: Re: best leave in conditioner anyone?
Date: August 27, 2007 at 8:29 pm PST

In Reply to: best leave in conditioner anyone? posted by jodiesmom on August 27, 2007 at 1:24 pm:

jodie's mom,

If you are considering a professional salon leave in conditioner, there are many choices. Is the hair chemically treated? Sun or environmental damage? How often is the hair trimmed? Regular trims are SO important. Why? The cuticle layer of the hair is attached to the cortex with a cuticular glue...think rubber cement. When the hair is cut, this substance (cuticular glue) is released to the freshly cut hair to seal or heal the cuticle layer. Stylists often refer to the hair being unmanageable for the first week or so as the hair "going into shock" from the cut, yet it is a really great for the hair. A regular trim, say 4 to 6 weeks is the best way to keep hair healthy. I would recommend Aguage, Pravana, Euphora and Keune.

Jan Norris
Board Certified Haircolorist
Denver, CO


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