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From: Layah (188.8.131.52)
Subject: Re: Questions to ask during BKT or Bioionic consultation...
Date: February 4, 2009 at 11:56 pm PST
In Reply to: Re: Questions to ask during BKT or Bioionic consultation... posted by Leslie Correa on February 4, 2009 at 7:43 am:
Thank you Leslie! Originally, when I started getting the BKT treatments (about 1-1/2 years
ago) , my hair was very dry. It's highlighted on the top layer, but the "underlayer" is virgin
hair. The curls were more frizzy than straight... it almost took more effort to make them look
like nice curls than to blow-dry and flat iron.
The first two treatments I had were the Marcia Teixiera (sp?). They made my hair very
straight (but not entirely, still a little wave when air-dried, which lasted into about 3
months). In all, I'd say the Marcia Teixiera faded out over four months each time, which I was
pleased with. Then, I had a Copolla... it stayed straight-ish (still a little wave like the Marcia),
but for only about 2 months.) The next Copolla seemed to last, honestly, like 3 weeks. By
"last" I mean, wavy air-dried, but easy to flat iron on a low setting. That was about four
months ago, and now I'm using a Sedu full-throttle to get it straight. Texture and softness-
wise, it's decent. The curls are less frizzy. But it's definitely not straight, unless I iron. If I
workout, it's poodle city.
Sorry for the long-winded e-mail, but I appreciate your response and opinion. I'll definitely
ask those questions and look forward to any other thoughts you might have.
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