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From: Lu (18.104.22.168)
Subject: Re: Does Coppola improve condition of aging hair?
Date: September 29, 2008 at 8:27 am PST
In Reply to: Re: Does Coppola improve condition of aging hair? posted by Denise Kingsley on September 26, 2008 at 6:13 am:
Thanks, Denise, for your reply. Shampoo & condition with Enjoy, sulfate-free, hydrating formula; Deep condition with a Purology Masque or Redken All-Soft (better); Use Chi keratin spray & iron guard, have tried "It's a 10" (It's just OK,) and everything in the Kerastase line; I like Fekkai glossing cream for the feel, but it still looks limp. I leave the coloring to the pros, salon changes from brand to brand, don't know what they're using now, but the color is nice- brown base with caramel highlights-very natural looking. Humidity makes it feel coarse & frizzy, but even on dry days, my hair looks dull & limp & behaves badly & I end up in a ponytail.. Want smoothness & body. How to get it? Thanks for your advice. Lu
PS Could it be my water? We treat our very hard. high pH, well-water with a peroxide injection system & ion-exchange(salt) softener, then a carbon bed to remove all the stuff we put in to purify it. I use a weak solution of vinegar & water to rinse my hair to restore acid pH. & close the cuticle.
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