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From: Deborah (188.8.131.52)
Subject: Re: TR near north carolina
Date: June 25, 2008 at 12:27 pm PST
In Reply to: Re: TR near north carolina posted by amanda on April 15, 2008 at 8:57 pm:
did you ever hear of a recommendation for a TR hairstylist in the Cary Raleigh area? I live in Cary and have been researching/considering TR for my daughter for the last year.
I'm pretty sure it's the only option for her although I still don't know if I should chose CHI or something else. I talked to one person I know whose hair isn't even close to the texture or volume of my daughter's hair. She actually had both the Japanese and then the CHI and said she liked the CHI better. I remain totally confused and unsure.
Please, anyone out there with any answers?
My daughter will be 12, entering the sixth grade in a few weeks. Her hair has just been cut to just below her shoulders (flat-ironed) we don't know how short it will be when we wet it yet. I'm kinda scared to find out. Before cutting her hair it was past the middle of her back when wet. It's VERY CURLY and VERY, VERY THICK. She has worn her hair in two braids for just about all her short life and I feel so bad for her. It's a struggle everyday. Hair washing is a huge ordeal and when it's time for the pool, I cringe. She has not EVER been able to comb, brush, or even wash her own hair. We tried a mild relaxer done at the salon. It helped somewhat in terms of manageability but still not good enough to wear without braids, clips and or headbands, altogether. She's growing up and wants to fit in somewhat as well as to be responsible for herself.
Any feedback would be helpful.
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