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From: D (126.96.36.199)
Subject: Is hair in better or worse condition once BKT wears off?
Date: April 15, 2008 at 3:36 pm PST
In a message posted a few months ago, one of the stylists on the board (I think it was Leslie) had said that the hair underneath BKT is damaged by the iron. I've also read posts from stylists who say that the BKT improves the condition of the hair, so that it looks and feels better, even after it wears off.
After a bad TR experience, I did four BKT's and was not happy with the results. It was straight, but very stiff. It's been six months since my last TR and my hair is definitely more frizzy than with the BKT, but it's hard to tell if it's more or less damaged than before.
Anyway, I would like to go back to doing TR's but want to make sure that my hair's in good condition. It's been so long since I've had my natural texture that I can't tell if it's frizziness/coursness I'm feeling -- or damage. Also I still have about two inches left of the bad TR on the ends.
So .. long story short .. my question is: does ironing the BKT damage the hair underneath so that it is in worse condition than before once the product wears off. Any feedback would be appreciated.
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