^That was very informative. That makes a lot of sense that we fine tune our stylingtechniques since we spend a lot of time experimenting. Maybe it might be trickier to deal with curly hair because of taking intoaccount porosity, density and other factors? I notice from this forum that people’s haircan react differently to products and techniques even with similar hair propertiesso that could complicate things probably.
Whoa, dry combing hair? That sounds like a horrible disaster. Maybe it’s this site but Ijust don’t understand how she could think combing her hair dry would be a goodidea. After one or two strokes could the stylist not see the damage done? Yikes.
After reading your comments,I think I might have to look around for a new stylist later on. I have beenhesitant in the past to ask past hairdressers about their techniques for myhair and make suggestions. They seem to react a bit insulted. However, I might haveto inquire about technique because I want to avoid any hair surprise disasters.I have had too many of those.
Thanks foranswering. I have heard people say theyhad a better experience with more upscale salons, and I always wonderedsince. I have not tried a curly hairsalon, because I can’t afford it at the moment, and I am very, very skeptical andcynical (from bad experiences).
Your badexperience is absolutely what I am afraid of for sure. That sounds terrible. Ihave heard of a few Toronto salons that are supposed to be great. I’ll go infor a hair cut later on but stick to styling my own hair especially since myhair can be so fickle.