How damaging is BKT?
I really want to do a DIY BKT (I've been researching, and probably with QOD gold) because my hair is hopelessly huge and frizzy, and I would really like the ease and convenience the treatment would give me for the summer. Do keratin treatments cause a lot of damage in the long run? I have pretty long hair and I want to keep growing it out, so I don't want to do anything that's going to damage it considerably...
My hair is super-duper baby fine and fragile, and I have had damaging highlights done twice since November. I now use a mixture of cassia and henna to color my grays, as the highlights are just too damaging to my baby fine dark dark brown hair.
The BKT itself has not damaged my hair. I can't say that no damage occurs with using the high heat iron during the BKT application process because that's just the nature of the relationship between high heat and hair. But, like I said, I have no split ends, no appreciable damage. I get some breakage, but that's because my hair is fine like a baby's hair and has been lightened significantly during the highlighting. My hair is down to my mid back--a little longer than in my pics--and I L.O.V.E. it. It has changed my life. I BKT my roots every 3-4 weeks and do a full-head every 3 months. I don't wear my hair straight; I wear it curly since the curls are big and loose with the BKT--this cuts down on damage significantly. But, it's very very easy to straighten my hair. All I need is a blowdryer and my hands. The curl is so loose, I can pull it out with my fingers. I am a natural 4a/3c, now a 2a/b with BKT.
Search for my thread--I can't remember the title, but it has QOD Max in it. I just bought QOD Gold, but I still have about 1/3 of a bottle of QOD Max. It lasts a long time. And what a $$ savings!!
Honestly, I love this treatment! I had it in February, and my hair is still awesome. I'm also thinking that perhaps will have it done again in July or August. Love, love, love, this stuff:hello2:
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