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From: Denise in london (126.96.36.199)
Subject: Re: DENISE-What is best for very long 4a hair-BKT or Tanagra?
Date: December 23, 2008 at 6:30 am PST
In Reply to: Re: DENISE-What is best for very long 4a hair-BKT or Tanagra? posted by Dry Hair on December 23, 2008 at 5:30 am:
Hi Dry hair.
yeah i had nanomax done, i think in america you have tanagra which is actually a different company and is the originator of the nanokeratin solution.apparantley its better then nanomax. i just had the intensive one done, but to be honest its all advertising, i think its all the same really. And I had it done on afro hair. The lady did it, but was a bit scared to brush my hair so I think it was a bit patchy. Nontheless my hair came out reallt soft considering it had no conditioner in and was then blow dried(usually this would make it very dry).However, i never saw it after it was washed because I put it straight back into braids. Also, I only got one treatment done, not the 3 reccommened. My advice to you is just go and get it done, I spent ages researching the internet but you wont know what its like till you get it done. Make sure the stylist is good, and just get the strongest one done. i am actually planning to buy the machine in future, and just keep it. Will save me money and time. So the answer is, yeah it did make my hair softer, but I didnt see it after it was washed so dont know what the permanent effects were. Also, there is no chance of damaging the hair so you can at least try it.
Hope that helps,
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