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From: Leslie Correa (leslie.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: TR questions for the pros
Date: February 6, 2008 at 3:48 pm PST

In Reply to: TR questions for the pros posted by Beth on February 6, 2008 at 1:39 pm:

Hi Beth
There are certain treatments that can make the hair feel very stiff if you use them too often. They contain animal based proteins that over keratinize the hair make it brittle and eventually it'll snap. They do work well if your hair is very damaged. Most companies use vegetable based proteins which strengthen the hair and they wear off after a few weeks so you don't get brittle hair and the hair will stay swingy, healthy & shiny. You would feel the difference. Which one are you using?

Sulfates are cleansers and detergents that create the foam in shampoos. Yuko makes Phiten Bella shampoo and kokoroG shampoo and neither of them contain sulfates.

Straightening highlighted hair can be a challenge for most stylist even if they've been doing Japanese straighteners for a long time. Each highlight has to be protected with a thick cream and it takes extra time. I don't know if Yuko makes a protection cream strong enough to prevent the Straightening cream from over processing the highlighted strands of hair. I'll find out. The outcome when doing highlighted hair depends on the texture, density and how highlighted the hair is. If you have thick hair and not to many highlights the results will be pretty good. If your hair is fine and weak from the highlights you'll probably get breakage.
The stylist that you went to for the consultation was abrupt. She didn't give you enough of an explanation and was not tactful or diplomatic enough to let you make a good decision. I think from the answers on this message board from the various experts you can tell the difference.

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