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From: Leslie Correa (leslie.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Is it better to blow or air dry straightened hair?
Date: December 31, 2008 at 1:58 pm PST

In Reply to: Is it better to blow or air dry straightened hair? posted by dj on December 31, 2008 at 5:26 am:

Hi dj
I agree with your stylist. Hair that has been relaxed has been compromised and is weaker than the new growth. When hair is wet it's at it's weakest state. The combination relaxer and wet hair will tend to be stretchy and will break much easier than if you just rough dry the moisture out of the hair until its almost dry. The hair is stronger when its dried. Thats when you can go ahead and wrap the hair or continue to blow dry it with a brush but not until you have a lot of the moisture out of the relaxed hair. The new growth can stay wetter because it's virgin & more resistant and you'll get the frizz out of it when it's wetter. I know, it's a little difficult to understand over cyberspace to imagine what I'm trying to describe. If you sat in my chair I would show you exactly what I'm talking about. I would have your hair washed and we would not put any conditioner at all. I would not even allow my apprentice to brush your hair because it would stretch your hair and cause it to break on the brush or comb. Then I would rough dry your hair with my fingers and as it dries I would prove to you that the hair would detangle and become easier to manage as it dries. What your stylist did wrong is give you info without proof of what she meant. Are you letting your relaxer grow out? It sounds like it's time for a touch up.

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