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From: nick (12.149.148.7)
Subject: Re: Pros: Hair is course, sticky(?) 3 wks after BKT
Date: July 7, 2008 at 11:48 am PST

In Reply to: Pros: Hair is course, sticky(?) 3 wks after BKT posted by Wendy on July 7, 2008 at 9:18 am:

I'll let hairdressers get more detailed but i think BKT should be done AFTER highlights not before. The peroxoide or bleach would eat through the BKT and damage your hair and render the BKT on those highlighted areas back to pre-BKT state.

I think you likely need a clarifier/BKT done again.

Next time do anything that might strip or damage the hair BEFORE the BKT. you can color over but a lift s/b done before since BKT coats and infuses keratin. The formaldehyde preserves it in the hairshaft but sodium chloride and other chemical agents certainly can eat through it.

Unlike TR, the BKT doesn't break the bonds in the hair to permanently straighten.. it is a temporary straighten so can be penetrated by other chemicals.

but let's see what the true experts have to say about this.
Sorry for your bad experience and good luck getting your hair to look and feel how you want it to!


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