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From: Lauri (220.127.116.11)
Subject: Re: BKT - Marcia Chocolate
Date: April 19, 2010 at 12:26 pm PST
In Reply to: BKT - Marcia Chocolate posted by Splash on April 19, 2010 at 11:56 am:
I always go over my BKT's each morning with the flat iron, it takes out any waves I got while I was sleeping etc. Also, just to let you know I don't know why they don't want you to use anything in your hair, clips, glasses, pony tail etc. There is no breaking or rearranging of bonds with with process. I put a clip in my hair immediately after my BKT was done and wore it till I washed it. My face would break out from the residue of the treatment, and I have never had a problem or a bump in my hair from it. Hope this helps. keep ironing it daily till you wash! Also, all BKT formulas are different, some leave you hair with a residue and some don't it just depends on what formula they use. My Marcia was like that.
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