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From: Leslie Correa (leslie.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: This is a good question
Date: January 27, 2008 at 3:29 pm PST
In Reply to: What is best to cover grey and TR? posted by deenie on January 24, 2008 at 10:42 am:
I don't feel there's anything wrong with doing your haircolor at home. I also like permanent color on the hair when I do a Japanese straightener. When the hair is porous the straightener comes up faster and the result is straighter. Permanent or demipermanent depends on how light your hair is. If it's dark you can get away with a semipermanent color. If your hair is lighter you'll get better coverage with permanent haircolor. What shade do you use to do your spot color? Is your hair thick or thin?
Now, you're going to get another TR. You have to prepare your hair so that the TR comes out flawless. I recommend that you get your hair color done professionally, before you get the next Straightener. Get the stylist to even out the porosity of your hair by coloring it correctly and making sure that the color is even. Next, have a treatment done so that the porosity of your hair is as even as possible. You can do that at home. Remember that the hair that we start with will dictate the end result.
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