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From: for tommy (126.96.36.199)
Subject: Re: Question About ISH Treatment
Date: December 14, 2008 at 8:48 am PST
In Reply to: Re: Question About ISH Treatment posted by Tommy Maness on December 14, 2008 at 6:07 am:
Thanks for your reply.
I do use HY. Actually I had done a treatment the week before. I alternate between Kerastase (nutrative line), Phillip Kingsley elasticizer, Nigelle B plus, and HY step 4 at home. I shampoo every other day. Maybe I'm just doing too many treatments....
I don't use any heat on my hair. I just put it up in a bun. So I don't think the problem is over-ironing -- unless it was over ironed when it was straightened.
It definitely feels over-processed, though -- stick straight and straw like w/ no body or movement.
I have the one-minute ISH treatment that's supposed to be for every day at home. Haven't used it yet b/c of the bad experience w/ the salon ISH. Have your clients used the at-home product?
When you do the salon ISH, do you blow dry 40-90% first as recommended on the package, or do you just iron?
I don't think the ISH ruined my hair (it was already ruined to begin with) but it definitely didn't make it feel any better.
Thanks again for replying -- I may try it again. I don't think it could make my hair much worse than it already is!
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