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From: Dry Hair (126.96.36.199)
Subject: Re: Hair Damage Saga -- Continued
Date: January 25, 2009 at 7:59 am PST
Denise and Leslie -- thanks for your replies. If you have time, I have a few more questions ...
1. I spoke to the water filtration company and they said they would test my water. I am going to ask them to test for Ph level. Is there anything else I should have it tested for?
2. I did my 2nd NanoMax (moisture this time) on Friday. I'm not seeing a dramatic difference but it does feel a little smoother and healthier. Again, I think the smoothness may come from having been blown dry and ironed. I would eventually like to do a BKT. Denise -- I know that you do Tanagra and BKT. Do you have any clients who do both. I'm wondering if the services are compatible. My concerns are:
a. After Nano, I was instructed to use a sulfate-free shampoo. I know that the pre-BKT shampoo is very harsh. I'm afraid it might strip away any of the benefits of the Nano. Not sure, but I'm assuming Tanagra also requires clients to use a special shampoo for maintenece.
b. My other concern was that doing BKT after Nano would be putting too much protein into my hair.
Two opposite concerns, I guess -- that the pre-BKT shampoo would wash away the benefits of NanoMax or that the protein in BKT, combined w/ the protein in the "intense" NanoMax, would put too much protein into my hair.
3. A friend of mine was telling me about a friend of hers who has hair similar to mine. She says that this girl's hair resembled Monica's on the episode of friends in which she has the vacation hair trauma. Her hair is course, wiry, frizzy, mostly grey and color treated. This girl went to a stylist who totally transformed her hair. He said that Redken All Soft was the only thing that he had found really hydrated course, wiry hair. He also used Redken color on her, which she now has him order and does herself (I would never dream of doing color on myself). My friend says that this girl's hair went from being wiry and frizzy to soft, silky and shiny within about four months. So my questions ....
3. Denise -- I remember that you recommended All Soft but I also remember reading something about it containing an ingredient that will strip away BKT (and possibly nanomax?). What do you think?
4. I am thinking about switching hair color lines. My stylist's salon uses Goldwell and Schwarzkopf but she special orders Nexxus Aloxxi for me at my request. She'd probably be willing to order another professional color line, if I requested it. I am wondering, in your experience, which professional color line is best for wiry grey hair. Any other tips on what to do before/after color would be much appreciated.My current color worked well for a while, but now is looking dull. I'm sure it has more to do with the condition of my hair than anything else, but I don't think I've been doing anything "bad" to my hair for the past six months!
Thanks again for all of your help!
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