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pls can someone help me!!??

Postby icyang3l » Sun, 16 Jan 2005 7:19 am

i just rebonded my hair yesterday. when i woke up today i found out that the ends of my hair were actually spoiled.. what happened?? the other parts of my hair are still alright.. so what exactly happened can someone tell me??? i did not do anything to my hair so why?? pls help me as i'm really despo for an ans.. thanx alot!

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Rebonding

Postby joop » Sun, 16 Jan 2005 10:15 am

You have to condition your hair everyday as rebonding can dry up your hair making it frizzy.

The hair salon should recommend you a good brand of shampoo and conditioner for rebonded hair.
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Postby icyang3l » Sun, 16 Jan 2005 12:45 pm

my salon did not recommend me any.. so what should i do?? buy it myself?? will it make my condition better?? will the frizz at the end disappear after using them??

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Postby joop » Sun, 16 Jan 2005 6:00 pm

Yes, either go back to the same salon or some other salons which sells such treatments shampoos and conditioners, Paul Mitchell, Shiseido and Goldwell are some of the good brands around.
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rebonding

Postby icyang3l » Sun, 16 Jan 2005 8:11 pm

eh.. if i dun wan to go back to the salon to buy the shampoo and instead go to other place to buy those shampoo and conditioner is tat ok??

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Postby briceloh » Sun, 16 Jan 2005 8:13 pm

yeah, it's the same thing i heard from those who went to rebond their hair. in the end, the hair ends up in a mess. looks no better than before and gives lotsa problems.
what u can do now is to stop rebonding if u want to. and buy mild conditioner for everyday use. look for conditions that have ph conditioning. i think lux is a cheap and good enuf hair care product. don't buy too strong a conditioner, as everyday conditioning isnt too good for the hair too. might end up dropping hair... :cry:

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rebonding

Postby icyang3l » Sun, 16 Jan 2005 10:06 pm

ic.. thanx! erm.. what if i cut those frizzy parts away.. will they come back again?? coz i was so scared bout it tat i cut them off.. hehe.. will them remainings of my hair become frizzy again??

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Postby Guest » Sun, 16 Jan 2005 10:48 pm

if the skin gets frizzy within a few days of rebonding, do u think we are entitled to go back to the salon to ask them to fix it? cos i remebered that i overheard that this girl was soo distressed over the frizziness that she went back to ask them to fix it... of cos she was very upset, cos she had a weddign dinner to attend, so sob sob and all and the salon gave her treatments to repair some of it

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Re: rebonding

Postby qian » Wed, 19 Jan 2005 8:03 pm

icyang3l wrote:ic.. thanx! erm.. what if i cut those frizzy parts away.. will they come back again?? coz i was so scared bout it tat i cut them off.. hehe.. will them remainings of my hair become frizzy again??


Hi! Erm...u can try Lucido-L glossy hair water to solve ur frizzy hair problem.. it controls unwanted morning fly awy, kinky and frizzy hair...plus, it also gives ur hair beautiful glow n enhances ur hair colour...hair damage also can be prevented...making ur hair smooth... haha~ alot of advantages...it works for mi although i did not do rebond...but i hab a frend tt bought tis too and her hair is rebonded...she felt tt its effectvie for her. So..mayb u can try it! :D But diff. pplz hab diff hair type...so i am not sure whether tis product will work on ur hair...Btw, it can be bought frm watsons. Good luck :P

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rebonding..

Postby icyang3l » Wed, 19 Jan 2005 11:48 pm

haha! thanx for ur suggestion..

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Postby Guest » Tue, 19 Apr 2005 9:52 pm

never never go to Kimage for rebonding. there are black sheeps among them duno how to rebond the hair end up causing customers hairs being burnt and still insist that the customer hairs structure is bad, hence causing burnt :x


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