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Old 11-23-2012, 09:52 AM   #7
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When I had to go through a transitioning period after I chemically straightened my hair, I just cut the straight parts off bit by bit, took quite a few months. Since you probably only have heat damage, a really good conditioner and deep treatments will go a long way. One I really like is mixing olive oil and honey with conditioner, maybe an egg or a banana for protein. I usually DT after I've straightened with a flat iron to counteract the heat damage. Hope this helps!
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