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From: elizabeth (75.105.216.151)
Subject: wella gloss -- for pros
Date: September 5, 2009 at 5:49 pm PST

Hi,

I have hair that was damaged by TR over a year ago. I also had a bkt that caused some breakage (to a lesser extent) about 5 months ago.

I also color my hair once every five weeks. The stylist I've been going to for the past four months or so uses Wella and the color on the new growth after the bkt looks pretty good. However, I have a band of brassy, orangish-toned hair where the bkt ( lightened my hair a few shades lighter than my normal color (dark brown).

My stylist suggested that we use a gloss to tone down the brassiness and darken the color. He said that Wella's gloss has no amonia nor peroxide and that it will condition, rather than damage my hair.

However, I have a friend who is convinced that her hair was ruined from an Aveda "no damage" gloss.

Do glosses (Wella, in particular) damage the hair at all? I know that sometimes even if a product says amonia/peroxide free, it may have a substitute that is just as bad.

Thanks




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