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From: Vincent J (76.18.24.239)
Subject: Re: lowering temp on coppola keratin treatment
Date: March 25, 2010 at 4:04 am PST

In Reply to: Re: lowering temp on coppola keratin treatment posted by Frizzy on March 24, 2010 at 4:58 pm:

Frizzy,
A experienced stylist will be able to determine exactly how long to press the hair in order to
achieve the best result.

Now if the ends are "stiff" due to a residue of product on the hair, the only way to heal this is
by using less product and less heat. If the ends are dry and damaged with fly-aways than
using the same amount on the ends as the root will help this.

You can test the hair by washing and letting it dry totally naturally, not touching and no heat.
If you can tell exactly where the new growth meets the curl and the ends stick together and
have a coated plastic like look I personally would use less product so as not to coat the ends
more.

It is difficult to tell without seeing your hair.It is very easy to see if the hair is coated. If you
trust your stylist and he knows your hair I would go with his recommendations. As long as
the ends are ironed at the proper thickness/ proper temperature and you have a thin coating
of product on the hair you can eventually eliminate a coated stiff feel.

Let us know how it all works out!
Vinnie


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