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From: Suzie (126.96.36.199)
Subject: Keratin treatment and stripping hair color ? help
Date: November 9, 2010 at 8:22 am PST
So I've had two keratin treatments both done on virgin hair- once in December of 09 and the second in May 10. So my last keratin treatment was 6+months ago.
Last month seeking some change I went to a stylist to give my medium brown hair, a chocolate color (mandy moore as a brunette)
Unfortunately--- this color went very very dark, almost this shade but with less red and more black-
Anyhow- I went to a new stylist since the other one is half way across the country. So we had a consult last night and freaked out that I had a keratin treatment saying it was identical to a perm, and that she would need to first do a color strand---- then to color correct it over 4-5 sessions with 5-6 weeks in between each session.
Now is this a bit excessive or what ?
My natural hair is like this,
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