I have long, wavy hair and I really want it to be straight. I hate that a slight drizzle can make my hair go from sleek to poofy. This is more of a problem in the summer when it gets to be hot and humid.
I've read up on this a bit and there seem to be an equal number of pros and cons about it... I do have sensitive skin so this is a concern for me, but I really, really, REALLY want straight hair, at least for the next few months. The treatment only lasts for like 3 months anyways. I'm scared about the possibility of hair loss, inhalation of noxious fumes, etc. I'm willing to spend max 200$ on this treatment, and I think that's enough to get someone who knows what they're doing to do it.
Just fyi, my hair has not been dyed artifically before and I haven't used a straightener in over a year, my hair is relatively healthy from what I can tell.
So... if you guys have any thoughts, advice, or personal experiences- please share!
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i wouldn't recommend it. i haven't tried it but i think it's best not to do that to ur hair. to think of exactly what goes into changing the dynamics of ur hair is frightening. that something could so strongly defy ur natural beauty.
so i get that ur hair is healthy, but dont ruin that. it could take ages to recover. to keep ur hair tameable, use oils and try not to leave ur hair out for too long. buns and braids are good ideas.
anyway ur call, just my 2 cents =]3
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