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From: denise (22.214.171.124)
Date: October 21, 2009 at 5:22 pm PST
I have had the BKT done using the Coppola product. I was very satified with it. My hairdresser switched to Brazilian Blowout. I liked it, but it made the hair very straight, more like Yuko with body, and would not hold any shape. It did seem easier to apply as well, as it goes on wet hair, no waiting period, and ironing in bigger sections...probably more cost effective and quicker and easier. I am older, 60, and need some fullness. I have made calls, live in Los Angeles, but am confused as to what direction to take going forward. Many options are available here. Do you prefer the Marcia Texteira? If that is superior there is someone in my area who does that process. So many are now out on the market that it is confusing for the customer. Is there any fundamental difference in terms of results and how long they last? Thank you.( This is a great place to get information)
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