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From: Anne (188.8.131.52)
Subject: Coppala keratin treatment did not last
Date: August 21, 2009 at 1:24 pm PST
I have had the coppola keratin straightener done on my hair a month ago at a salon. I have fine naturally curly, frizzy, dirty blonde hair with a few partial highlights just on the top of my head. After I had it done and could wash it after 72 hrs I was very pleased. Now a month later of only washing hair every other day for a month(with the recommended shampoo and conditioner), It seems as if the beneficial aspects to this treatment are over half diminished. I went back to the salon and expressed my disappointment. The stylist recommended a deep protein condition, which is what she did and I don't see any improvement.
I had a consult with this stylist before having the straightener done to see if I was an ideal candidate for this treatment and she said yes.
She explained to me that the highlighted part of my hair would be flat ironed at 400 vs 450 to reduce damage and color change. Well, this seems to be the part of my hair which getting the most frizz back. I also read on the coppola site that highlighted hair should be done at 430 degrees F.
So Im a little confused. Was this the stylists error or did I choose the wrong brand keratin straightening product. If I chose the wrong system, then who makes the best, longest lasting one? QOD seems like it might be better?
Thanks for any info,
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