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From: Liz (22.214.171.124)
Subject: Re: Chocolate??? Is there another name for this?
Date: October 6, 2009 at 12:51 pm PST
In Reply to: Re: Chocolate??? Is there another name for this? posted by lklkkl on October 5, 2009 at 6:16 pm:
There's also a Chocolate variety by Marcia Teixeira. Here's an explanation of the difference
between that and the original formula, straight from the Marcia training manual: "In addition
to keratin, the Chocolate Extreme De-Frizzing Treatment contains an Essential Amino Acid
Blend of eleven other proteins, cupuacu butter, cocoa butter, mineral oil, flax seed oil
protein, and cinnamon essential oil. If your client has very course, ethnic type hair, or has
extremely tight curls, the Chocolate formula will produce a more dramatic result than the
original formula. It is not correct to say that the Chocolate formula is “stronger” than the
original. That implies that it has a higher level of formaldehyde, which it does not. The only
active ingredients that contribute to the difference in results are the Essential Amino Acid
Blend and the various oils, which make the formula heavier, weighing the hair down, creating
a straighter result. If you have a client with curly hair that does not want to lose their curl,
but just get rid of the frizz, use the original formula, and have them shampoo on the second
day, instead of waiting 4 days. If they do this, make sure that you emphasize to them that
the results will last 2 months at the most because the cuticle will not have had enough time
to hold the seal. If your client has more Caucasian or Asian type hair, use the original
formula. If you use the Chocolate, the results may be too flat, lacking in any amount of body
or bounce. Stick with the original formula for clients with these types of hair." Hope this
helps! My first BKT was the original ... I just got the Chocolate last Fri and wash tonight. I'll
let you know how it looks. I don't have what the Marcia Texeira company calls "ethnic-type
hair" either. I'll let you know how it looks when washed!
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