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cutegirl

Hair Straightening or Re-bonding

Postby cutegirl » Thu, 30 Jun 2005 10:11 am

Halo Ppl, :P
Recently joined in.. Anybody can help me on hair treatments.
Planning to straighten my hair.
Whats d diff b/w straightening n rebonding
pls recommend good salons.. :wink: :wink:
Im looking for s$150+

Hlp pls :?: :?: :?:

exp

rebonding

Postby exp » Sun, 10 Jul 2005 2:11 pm

I am also looking to do erbonding, but I really hate it when the hair grows out the old end of hair is always frizzy.

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rebonding..

Postby bubbly » Sun, 10 Jul 2005 8:28 pm

hey.. i just rebonded my hair at Protrim located at causeway point.. for mid length hair they charge $150, wheres long hair, they charge $162.. all these prices r after 40% discount which u can only benefit if u visit the salon before 5pm.. so far my hair condition is satisfactory and the hair stylist is really friendly and professional.. look for kentson if u want..

cheers.. =)

hair

Re: rebonding..

Postby hair » Sun, 10 Jul 2005 8:34 pm

bubbly wrote:hey.. i just rebonded my hair at Protrim located at causeway point.. for mid length hair they charge $150, wheres long hair, they charge $162.. all these prices r after 40% discount which u can only benefit if u visit the salon before 5pm.. so far my hair condition is satisfactory and the hair stylist is really friendly and professional.. look for kentson if u want..

cheers.. =)


bubbly,

How do you maintain the part where it grows out and become frizzy? Then it looks quite odd right..pls advise

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rebonding..

Postby Guest » Sun, 10 Jul 2005 8:39 pm

hmmm.. actually, i just make sure that i use the correct shampoo and conditioner for my hair which is definitely dry after rebonding.. and by the way, i used the Free and Free damaged hair aid and it really repairs my hair after using for 2 weeks.. maybe u can try? and u can also consult the hair stylist abt the method to take care of yr fragile hair.. =)

bondgurl

Postby bondgurl » Mon, 11 Jul 2005 3:32 pm

hmmm.. actually, i just make sure that i use the correct shampoo and conditioner for my hair which is definitely dry after rebonding.. and by the way, i used the Free and Free damaged hair aid and it really repairs my hair after using for 2 weeks.. maybe u can try? and u can also consult the hair stylist abt the method to take care of yr fragile hair.. =)


which one did u used?there are two kinds,water and essence i beleive.what color?green or red?im thinking of using that product too. :(

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Re: rebonding

Postby Guest » Mon, 11 Jul 2005 4:58 pm

i used the red colour essence.. towel dry yr hair and apply it.. =)

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Re: rebonding..

Postby Alfalfa » Mon, 11 Jul 2005 6:07 pm

The only way is to go to the salon and let them do the touch ups...but my advise is if you gals have got naturally curly hair DON'T REBOND IT!..its a total waste of money.. why not try SPA Perming instead?
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spa

spa perming

Postby spa » Tue, 12 Jul 2005 8:07 am

Alfafa,

What's spa perming? Pls elaborate.


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