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From: Lu (22.214.171.124)
Subject: Does Coppola improve condition of aging hair?
Date: September 25, 2008 at 8:50 pm PST
Does anything improve condition and strengthen hair, making it feel thicker/bouncier? I have average -not thin, not crazy-thick, shoulder length hair that at age 50 is different from age 40. I like it long- it is just below shoulders, cut it every 6-8weeks, highlight, starting to color base too as the grays are beginning to show. It's wavy/curly -used to wear it "natural" with the help of a curling iron; now its better blown straight, then set for some bend & body (the more lines on my face, the fewer I need in my hair) For all the time I spend, it still looks limp, dull and often frizzy. Will a Coppola add any body? Any other anti-aging treatment? I feel & look young but nature(hormones?)is doing something ugly to my hair. Healthy lifestyle-nutrition/exercise, etc. Any suggestions?
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