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From: Jenny (
Subject: Help--Q about overprocessed hair after TR
Date: September 10, 2008 at 2:49 am PST

I think my hair was overprocessed. I have very resistant hair, and this was my 4th TR with the same stylist, with whom I've had excellent results in the past. She knew that she needed to leave the original chemical on a specific period of time at the back of my head, but for some reason the very front of my hairline--above my forehead--feels strange.

It's hard to describe. When I touch the hair around the edge of my forehead, it feels wiry and short, though it's not actually broken off. My online research leads me to believe this spells overprocessing.

So--what can I do? I'm thinking that area might fall out, which wouldn't be terrible except for the fact that wholly curly hair will grow in its place! Or is there something I can do to fix/soften the crispy part?

The damage is only along my front hairline, thankfully, and not anywhere else. I'd appreciate any advice! Thanks!

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