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pregnancy & loreal extenso

Post by confused » Mon, 20 Jun 2005 2:16 pm in a desperate need to know if i can do loreal extenso if im pregnant?! or even coloring my hair..?

Cheers :)

Post by Cheers :) » Fri, 22 Jul 2005 3:58 pm

It is advisable not to do anything that involve with chemical to the hair during pregnancy.


Post by Guest » Fri, 22 Jul 2005 4:48 pm


I've have 2 kids and expecting the third. I've been doing colouring ever since i was 16years old. I moved here abt a year ago, and my hair has gotten wavy(usual expat ladies complaint). I did an extenso and it works fabulously! I just did mine not too long ago, and i asked around before dat. Some say not to do it, some said it's ok. Scientifically, there's no proof that doing chemicals on the hair can harm the baby in any way. my doctor says so... just a precaution..

My 2 kids are in very good health and cant wait for the next one!

oh, by the way, Toni&Guy in Holland Village is where i got mine done. Look for Ivan, the guy who cuts it, and Tess, the girl who did my extenso. :)

my 2 cents..


Post by concern » Sat, 23 Jul 2005 2:25 pm

Yes there is no scientific proof that u cant do it but its better safe than sorry :D

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Post by ticktock » Sat, 23 Jul 2005 6:34 pm

henna is natural so u can use that- buy the one without anychemical or die
see shop serangoon road cos my friend did that


No! No! To Henna!

Post by Guest » Sun, 24 Jul 2005 2:21 pm

Though Henna is a vegetable dye that is harmless to body but the consequences will be devastating when you want to colour your hair in a salon later. If you want to change to other colours subsequently, Your colourist will have a hard time later as they will have to strip the Henna out (which is very tough!) and that in turn will damaged your hair! And you will have to chop off your hair (which i doubt you would want!) Seek professional advise regarding colour or straightening. They would give you better advises.

If you are pregnant and want to have your colour done, there are ways like hilights (which doesn't touch your scalp) or something else which your colourist can advise you on.

Hope it helps! Cheers! :D

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