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Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:08 am      Reply with quote
i have a question about hair. my hair is curly.
do have a product to make my hair grow again n be straight ? as straight as your hair.

i dont want my hair looks like rebonding because i dont like rebonding. its not original.

what is your opinion ? can anyone solve that problem?

Thanks.. Confused
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Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:20 am      Reply with quote
While I know they say hair texture changes every 7 years or so (not sure if true) and being under anesthesia can cause hair to come in differently (still not sure if true) personally I do not know of anything that would cause it to grow in straighter. I am a curly-haired person and recently decided to embrace my hair rather than fight it.
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Wed Feb 10, 2010 1:17 am      Reply with quote
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While I know they say hair texture changes every 7 years or so (not sure if true) and being under anesthesia can cause hair to come in differently (still not sure if true) personally I do not know of anything that would cause it to grow in straighter. I am a curly-haired person and recently decided to embrace my hair rather than fight it.


Hmm..

Anyone ? Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Laughing
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Wed Feb 10, 2010 1:50 am      Reply with quote
My hair is curly too.

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Thu Feb 11, 2010 3:50 am      Reply with quote
I've never heard of anything that will change curly hair into straight hair. It shouldn't be too long before curly hair and perm's are back in style!...at least I hope so. BTW, every time I've had anesthesia, I have LOST huge amounts of hair, so I wouldn't advise going under the mask Shock

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Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:36 am      Reply with quote
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I've never heard of anything that will change curly hair into straight hair. It shouldn't be too long before curly hair and perm's are back in style!...at least I hope so. BTW, every time I've had anesthesia, I have LOST huge amounts of hair, so I wouldn't advise going under the mask Shock


ouch! really? its grown back right?
thank you for the info. that's something to keep in mind. really, since joining eds, i've learned so much. have a fab day! Very Happy

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Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:47 am      Reply with quote
No...I wouldn't say its grown back Sad

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Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:49 am      Reply with quote
kelisa wrote:
i have a question about hair. my hair is curly.
do have a product to make my hair grow again n be straight ? as straight as your hair.

i dont want my hair looks like rebonding because i dont like rebonding. its not original.

what is your opinion ? can anyone solve that problem?

Thanks.. Confused


welcome the EDS kelisa! wave

i don't know anything for growing in your hair straight... but my father and brother, both asian, used to have curly hair when they were younger. now that they are older, their hair is wavy and they've lost alot of curl to their hair.

my mom has an edgy cleopatra hair cut and she goes to the salon once a month or 2, to get a magic japanese straightening perm. it makes the hair slick and straight, and mom says its not as damaging as a regular straightening perm. HTH

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Thu Feb 11, 2010 5:08 am      Reply with quote
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No...I wouldn't say its grown back Sad


hmm... how long has it been? that's a bummer. sorry.

moutaingirl, may i suggest some do-it-at-home stuff? have you tried the hair paddle brush for massaging the scalp? i also believe some other members are using their finger tips to massage the scalp to improve their scalp condition and hair growth.

for me, i just find with age, that my hair has been thinning. mom is 68 and the woman grows hair like weed without doing anything. she finds it a nuisance. she's even noticed how much hair i lost and was shocked. if it helps, i'm using revitalash hair and will be incorporating the jan marini hair. in addition, i'm using the paddle brush brushing each night, and using various electric massagers on my scalp. i think it is definitely helping. but i'm always looking out for new and different things for my hair. (i'm also tentatively experiment with skinbiology' shampoo/conditioner, hair signals, and folligen for blondes.)

i haven't bought the laser max comb yet...have been staring at pictures online. i've been staring at other hair thinning products on EDS too. since ijust started (2 months)my "grow fuller hair" project, i'm still in the early stages and tentative as what to add next, and debating if i can really commit to certain regimens. sorry i don't have an absolute solution but i hope the info helps.

if i come across anything i'll let you know. and you do the same, k? Very Happy

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Thu Feb 11, 2010 5:11 am      Reply with quote
mountaingirl wrote:
I've never heard of anything that will change curly hair into straight hair. It shouldn't be too long before curly hair and perm's are back in style!...at least I hope so. BTW, every time I've had anesthesia, I have LOST huge amounts of hair, so I wouldn't advise going under the mask Shock


yes, i agree, curly hair will be back 'in' again.
this always happens.

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Thu Feb 11, 2010 9:34 am      Reply with quote
Try having a brasilian keratin treatment. It seems to make hair straight and healthy at the same time as long as you get the formaldehyde free treatment.
if you use a sulfate free shampoo after the treatment then it will last up to 4 months. most reviews I read about it when it starts wearing off is that the hair becomes wavy and a lot healthier than before the treatment.
I just ordered a brand called qod gold from ebay and will do it at home. salons charge $300 and up for it.
will post a review
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Thu Feb 11, 2010 9:51 am      Reply with quote
has wrote:
Try having a brasilian keratin treatment. It seems to make hair straight and healthy at the same time as long as you get the formaldehyde free treatment.
if you use a sulfate free shampoo after the treatment then it will last up to 4 months. most reviews I read about it when it starts wearing off is that the hair becomes wavy and a lot healthier than before the treatment.
I just ordered a brand called qod gold from ebay and will do it at home. salons charge $300 and up for it.
will post a review


yes, keep us updated and give in a review!
i would love to read more reviews on hair. Very Happy

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Thu Feb 11, 2010 11:07 am      Reply with quote
llina wrote:
has wrote:
Try having a brasilian keratin treatment. It seems to make hair straight and healthy at the same time as long as you get the formaldehyde free treatment.
if you use a sulfate free shampoo after the treatment then it will last up to 4 months. most reviews I read about it when it starts wearing off is that the hair becomes wavy and a lot healthier than before the treatment.
I just ordered a brand called qod gold from ebay and will do it at home. salons charge $300 and up for it.
will post a review


yes, keep us updated and give in a review!
i would love to read more reviews on hair. Very Happy


wow2...

Im very happy about your statement..

I seach in google i found The Straight Hair Pill ? Are u think its true ?

I'm Sorry If My English Very Bad..Confused

BTW, I love this forum Laughing
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Thu Feb 11, 2010 6:02 pm      Reply with quote
kelisa wrote:
llina wrote:
has wrote:
Try having a brasilian keratin treatment. It seems to make hair straight and healthy at the same time as long as you get the formaldehyde free treatment.
if you use a sulfate free shampoo after the treatment then it will last up to 4 months. most reviews I read about it when it starts wearing off is that the hair becomes wavy and a lot healthier than before the treatment.
I just ordered a brand called qod gold from ebay and will do it at home. salons charge $300 and up for it.
will post a review


yes, keep us updated and give in a review!
i would love to read more reviews on hair. Very Happy


wow2...

Im very happy about your statement..

I seach in google i found The Straight Hair Pill ? Are u think its true ?

I'm Sorry If My English Very Bad..Confused

BTW, I love this forum Laughing


your english is great! i can understand you! you're doing good! Very Happy

the straight hair pill? hmm... i don't think this is true. if it were true, that would contain some "MAJOR" chemicals. Shock do you know what is in it? ingredients?

do you not want to try a straightening perm?

btw, i'm not trying to change your mind ... but i love curly hair. my hair is straight and boring. i think curly hair is beautiful! it looks soooo full and lush... just beautiful! Very Happy

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Mon Feb 22, 2010 8:21 am      Reply with quote
[quote="llina"]
has wrote:
Try having a brasilian keratin treatment. It seems to make hair straight and healthy at the same time as long as you get the formaldehyde free treatment.
if you use a sulfate free shampoo after the treatment then it will last up to 4 months. most reviews I read about it when it starts wearing off is that the hair becomes wavy and a lot healthier than before the treatment.
I just ordered a brand called qod gold from ebay and will do it at home. salons charge $300 and up for it.
will post a review


hi ,

How much u buy qod gold ? Confused
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llina wrote:
kelisa wrote:
llina wrote:
has wrote:
Try having a brasilian keratin treatment. It seems to make hair straight and healthy at the same time as long as you get the formaldehyde free treatment.
if you use a sulfate free shampoo after the treatment then it will last up to 4 months. most reviews I read about it when it starts wearing off is that the hair becomes wavy and a lot healthier than before the treatment.
I just ordered a brand called qod gold from ebay and will do it at home. salons charge $300 and up for it.
will post a review


yes, keep us updated and give in a review!
i would love to read more reviews on hair. Very Happy


wow2...

Im very happy about your statement..

I seach in google i found The Straight Hair Pill ? Are u think its true ?

I'm Sorry If My English Very Bad..Confused

BTW, I love this forum Laughing


your english is great! i can understand you! you're doing good! Very Happy

the straight hair pill? hmm... i don't think this is true. if it were true, that would contain some "MAJOR" chemicals. Shock do you know what is in it? ingredients?

do you not want to try a straightening perm?

btw, i'm not trying to change your mind ... but i love curly hair. my hair is straight and boring. i think curly hair is beautiful! it looks soooo full and lush... just beautiful! Very Happy


Have many product permanent straight hair.. Sad

I dont know, what the best product permanent straight hair..

U undertands me ? Laughing Laughing Laughing
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