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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: another question re: haircut and TR
Date: February 28, 2008 at 5:22 am PST
In Reply to: another question re: haircut and TR posted by deenie on February 27, 2008 at 7:26 am:
Choppy or spikey, either way they can be sort of the same thing. That can be good if that is the look you want.
It can look fun and edgy.
However, if smooth and neat is what you want, a lot of layers is not the way to go.
It isn't a good idea to razor TRd hair, unless the razor cut is blunt. Most razor cuts are not blunt, nor are they meant to be.
Once a hair is "sliced" by a razor it is hard to trim that end. The hair will eventually split and move quickly up the strand. This makes the hair weak and it will break. This also makes the hair look frizzy. That is definitely something that people with new TRd hair DO NOT WANT.
Doing a smooth control process would be a good idea for your hair.
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