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From: Holly (184.108.40.206)
Subject: Re: 6th TR and the Bends
Date: January 26, 2008 at 11:11 am PST
In Reply to: Re: 6th TR and the Bends posted by Leslie Correa on January 26, 2008 at 6:52 am:
Here is my History. I live in Dallas
TR 1 - Salon 1 - Perfect TR
TR 2 - Salon 2 - Hair destroyed. Coarse hair broke, but I have enough hair that was ok. I eventually could even flat Iron the bent hair daily with out it breaking(Went there b/c it was half the price)
TR 3 thru 5 -Salon 1 - Mostly Perfect TRs, sometimes a inch size of slight damage by the scalp, but nothing that would actually break the hair, and nothing to really complain about
TR 6 - Salon 1 - 90 degree bends around an inch in diameter arownd the crown of my head. The top, sides and back are ok. Everything seemed to be processed the same as prior TRs. I went back to the stylists and they told me that they think the crown was Ironed in against my natural growth pattern. That they try to Iron back slightly to give a bit mor volume and that I grow slightly forward. They did a moisture treatment and actually said "Im sorry" Which does not help, but was nice to hear. This damage is not as bad as the TR 2, so I do not forsee a tremendous amount of breakage, but I know there will be some.
I mentioned this site to the colorist, and and said that you guys try to fix the bends so the hair will not break. The colorist (who does the first half of the TR) was not comfortable trying to fix it until it grows further from my scalp. So, I will continue with the moisture treatments.
I was suposed to get my first ever semi-perm color treatment in a few weeks. She said that this would be fine for my hair and she would do extra moisture at that time. Do you think the color would be safe?
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