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From: lisa (184.108.40.206)
Subject: extreme hair breakage
Date: August 27, 2006 at 6:44 pm PST
I had my hair straightened (relaxed, really) about two months ago by a family stylist. Unfortunately, my hair started falling out in clumps about an inch out. It wasn't noticable since the patches were in the back of my head, and around the part line, leaving me some hair to cover up the damage. My hair has since grown out more, but the previously broken hairs still come out sometimes. The hair is very dry and damaged, and certain areas of my scalp feel barer. I'm a little worried about the bare-ish areas. I always had less hair around that area, only now, the hair is a lot shorter and less. Will the hair come back?
Also, what kind of products should I use to "heal" my hair? I've tried lots of things to bring the moisture back, but none work. I just used the apHOGEE damaged hair treatment which works somewhat, but doesn't bring the moisture back.
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