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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Denise and/or Leslie - opinion sought!
Date: September 5, 2006 at 3:16 pm PST
In Reply to: Denise and/or Leslie - opinion sought! posted by susan on September 5, 2006 at 10:01 am:
You could switch to digital perms, but I would not suggest that you do it in mid stream. In other words, not until you have grown out & cut off the TR hair.
The reason I say this, is... perming the TR'd hair is not truly successful. The curls do not stay.
Digital perms are much more of a success when the hair has not been chemically treated.
If you are finding the difference between the new growth, and the TR hair to be too great, I would suggest a "bridge". This is a process of reducing the curl between the TR hair and the scalp (the new growth). That way, there is a blending of the hair types from root to end. It works great when growing out a TR.
After that, refrain from high blow dryer heat, and flat ironing, and your hair should be in great condition to proceed with a digital.
Remember to use good products, and get regular trims.
With a digital perm your hair should be smooth, but not as smooth as a TR.
You could try to restructure your TR hair, but I believe you will be disappointed.
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