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First Keratin Complex Treatment Today!

No, I did not get a Keratin Treatment today, I am a 2a. I in fact gave one, my very first! It was exciting and my arm is a little sore, and unfortunately took me twice as long as it should of.. but next time I will cut that time down.

I am currently a student coming to the end of my 11 month program and am trying to get as many of these treatments as possible, luckily we only charge 100 bucks so its fairly easy to find those looking for the service..

So here is my point of this post, as clients what part of the service do you like the least? What could make it more enjoyable... I try to work efficiently and effectively while taking my guests needs into consideration (drinks, food, restroom breaks, magazines)

Is there anything you wish your stylist would of told you before he/she started or anything you wish he/she would of done differently?

Thanks :) and feel free to ask questions, I am pretty well educated on the subject I can try to help as much as possible.

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  • anniemaeanniemae Posts: 1,702Registered Users
    No, I did not get a Keratin Treatment today, I am a 2a. I in fact gave one, my very first! It was exciting and my arm is a little sore, and unfortunately took me twice as long as it should of.. but next time I will cut that time down.

    I am currently a student coming to the end of my 11 month program and am trying to get as many of these treatments as possible, luckily we only charge 100 bucks so its fairly easy to find those looking for the service..

    So here is my point of this post, as clients what part of the service do you like the least? What could make it more enjoyable... I try to work efficiently and effectively while taking my guests needs into consideration (drinks, food, restroom breaks, magazines)

    Is there anything you wish your stylist would of told you before he/she started or anything you wish he/she would of done differently?

    Thanks :) and feel free to ask questions, I am pretty well educated on the subject I can try to help as much as possible.

    Hello,

    I've had the treatment done 2 times so far, and I really liked it. I am about a 2b and it made my hair about a 2a. My hair was really, really straight the first month, and then it started to get some of the waviness back.

    I had one question - what are some good shampoos and conditioners to use afterwards? I used the Coppola Keratin Smoothing Therapy Color Care. Are there any less-expensive brands out there?

    I really didn't find the actual procedure that bad. It just takes kind of long (took 3 hours for my hair that is almost shoulder length).

    Btw - where are you located? I'm in NJ. I paid $300 (which included the Coppola Shampoo and Conditioner bottles).

    Thank you, and good luck with your class!! :)
    Hair Type - wavy/curly, fine texture, thin/medium density
    2b-c/F/ii
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