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From: Grey Hair (220.127.116.11)
Subject: Color Damage?
Date: January 8, 2009 at 5:38 pm PST
I just visited a dermatologist who specializes in hair today to
see if she could give me some insight about what's going on with my damaged hair.
I have naturally course, thick frizzy hair that's about 70% grey.
I've always had good results with coloring and straightening until just recently.
My hair texture seems to have changed from "healthy" and course to wiry, damaged and course.
I take good care of my hair, use high-quality products and do no heat styling. The only potentially damaging thing I do to my hair is to salon color (20 vol.) it once every 4 weeks. I haven't straightened my hair for 7 weeks.
The dermatologist felt that the color was causing the damage. She noted that my hair was extremely dark and asked how long my stylist left it on. When I told her 30-45 minutes (depending on what part of my hair), she said that was too long and that it should only be left on for about 20 minutes. She also said I should try to wait 6 weeks between coloring.
Any opinions as to whether the color could be causing my hair to feel dry and damaged?
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