Beware of the Dominican Blowout

PearlsForCurlsPearlsForCurls Posts: 86Registered Users
So in a spur of the moment I decided to get my hair straightened (mistake no. 1). So I went to the place I went to when I was relaxed, the Dominicans (cue dramatic suspense music). I asked her to rollerset my hair and skip the brush blowing, but she insisted that I let her brush blow, as she couldn't rollerset my hair as it was "too curly". So I did. My hair came out AMAZING. But I got heat damage and my curl pattern is overall slightly looser. I'm not devastated, but I have definitely learned my lesson. Ugh, so now I'm doctoring my hair back to normal, and clipping straight ends here and there. All for one week of straight hair. 😩 Here's a before and after:


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After:

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The left side really took a beating. Oh well, you live and you learn.
Transitioned from Dec 2011-Jul 2012

Now fully natural!:thumbright:

One year anniversary: Dec 28, 2012

Curl Type: The type that curls kinkily.
Products: Tresemme Naturals, Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle Condit., Coconut Oil


"Wait, I'm doing it wrong!"

Comments

  • adthomasadthomas Posts: 5,525Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    :sad::sad:

    Sorry that happened to you. I have seen those dbo videos on YT and I would never consider using that much heat because I know my hair can't handle it. I had heat damage when I was relaxed and had to chop really short.
    Yes, it's real. No, you can't touch it. :wav:

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