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From: LCAM808 (22.214.171.124)
Subject: Opti-Smooth Cold Treatment?
Date: November 21, 2008 at 11:12 am PST
Hello there! I am polynesian and have very thick, curly, poofy, frizzy virgin hair. I am scheduled to have the Opti-Smooth Heat Treatment on Saturday but am having second thoughts and thinking about going the cold treatment route. I used have beatiful defined curls, but alas the texture has changed over the years and I no longer have defined curls - it's just a frizzy mess if I don't put mousse or anything in it.
Has anyone had the Opti-Smooth Cold Treatment done? If so, how did it affect your curls? Is the frizz completely gone? Are able to wash and go or do you have to still put stuff in your hair to keep the curls under control.
Please direct me to any places online where I can see after photos with the Opti-Smooth Cold Treatment.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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