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From: Francesca (126.96.36.199)
Subject: Experts please-- how to repair hair from flat iron damage?
Date: June 4, 2010 at 2:17 pm PST
I have fine, curly hair and have had 2 BKT's done, the last one being done 10 months ago. I have simply blown out and/or flat ironed my hair about once a week since the last BKT faded away (about 7 months ago). I haven't been so disciplined about deep conditioning or using heat protector and now my hair is dry, lackluster, and somewhat breaking.
I am turning down the heat setting on my flat iron, and have purchased heat protector, as well as Copolla Keratin Replenisher to apply as a hair repair. Do these sound like actions that should help my hair? Is there anything else I should do to treat and prevent damage?
I am hoping to get a BKT soon.
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