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From: D (188.8.131.52)
Subject: Conditioning Gloss -- for Pros
Date: April 28, 2008 at 5:51 am PST
I would like to get a TR but I'm waiting for my hair to recover from previous TR/BKT damage. I'm also researching to find the best person to do my hair.
In the meantime, I would like to get a conditioning gloss. My salon does the one by Goldwell. The only other process I do is one-step dark brown color. My salon says the gloss is "conditioning" but I have heard horror stories from a friend who did a conditioning gloss and ended up w/ breakage.
Does anybody know about the one by Goldwell.
Also, which product provides the best heat protection for thick, course hair? My hair tends not to respond well to anything that contains protein. It makes it dry and stiff.
And, any recommendations for a good shampoo and conditioning treatment for thick, course hair.
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