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Yes its true. I won’t try to hide it, I wont deny it, Yes I do have heat damage. After contemplating for some time if that’s actually what it was, I looked at some of my old pictures and some of my new. My wash N Go then and my wash N go now and I concluded that my experiment was effective. I used the BabyLiss Nano Titanium Pro on my hair at 450 degrees. Now I know that hair burns at that level but being the risk taker that I am, I decided to go for the gut and the goal and see what would happen. Well now that I have, I can safely say that if you do decided to buy the babyliss flat iron, don’t set it that high. Lol . I have never had heat damage all over from a flat iron. The temperature and those titanium plates did it for me. I know what my hair can handle and what it can’t from now on. Below are various pictures of my wash n go from the past 3 years
4th pic:2012Now do you see what I mean? Yea I know right! I’m not about to pull my hair out over it though lol. I have been asked this question time and time again but you do not have to BC in order to recover from heat damage, you can but im not. I choose to grow it out and baby my hair. Now mind you, heat damage is not reversible. The protein in my hair has been weakened.
- Get rid of THAT particular flat iron (done)
- Protective style way more i.e yarn braids, wet buns, sew-ins, mini twists, braids
- Blow dry no more than twice a year ( if I even decide to do this)
- Regimen will consist of 2x protein treaments a month, deep conditioner, 2x a month, moisturize and seal 3x a week, clarify once a week, oil rinse 2x a month , cowash once or twice a week
- Cut down on parabens and silicons ( got a little carried away with it)