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From: mariwillie (22.214.171.124)
Subject: DENISE- need your input
Date: July 11, 2009 at 8:14 am PST
Hi Denise, I have a friend who had gotten the Framesi Silis relaxer done and I really liked her results. We both have very similar hair (hispanic, thick, curly, frizzy- about 1/2" curls). I can't find anyone around my area that does this relaxer so I ordered it myself and my hairdresser is willing to do it for me - but I would like to confirm the proper method first (it does come with directions). I have been through every straightener imaginable (japanese, lye, etc.) in the past. My hair is now virgin again and I just want to stretch out my curls - not obliterate them. The directions mention brushing the creme through the hair, but my friend recalls getting it combed through her hair. Will that affect what happens to the curls? Also, my hairdresser thought that I should dry my hair and style with a flatiron as it will make it easier for her to quickly apply the creme. I'm not sure if that is sensible - because how would we see the change in the curl? Any input / advice would be greatly appreciated. I simply cannot afford to get this done at a salon - and wearing buns forever is receding my hairline in the front! Please help :) Thank you so much.
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