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From: Frizzy (220.127.116.11)
Subject: Re: lowering temp on coppola keratin treatment
Date: March 24, 2010 at 4:58 pm PST
In Reply to: Re: lowering temp on coppola keratin treatment posted by vincent J on March 24, 2010 at 5:06 am:
Thanks so much for your reply. Can an experienced stylist tell if the product is being absorbed as he or she is doing the service and adjust the iron accoringly?
Also, about the issue of stiffness on the ends, my stylist (who just started doing BKT's) said the same thing as you did about putting less product on the ends to avoid the stiffness. However, when I posted a question about BKT on damaged ends a week ago, Tommy Manness replied that damaged ends should get more product in order to protect them.
Both you and Tommy are obviously both experts, and I trust both of your opinions, but you have two totally different opinions on the topic. I am wondering if anybody else who does BKT's could weigh in on this issue. I just want to make sure that my ends don't end up stiffer than they already are, but at the same time, I want to make sure that they are protected from the heat. It seems like either way -- I'm going to end up with stiff ends -- either from too much heat or from too much product.
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