#1
how much would it cost to chemically straighten hair and what are the bads about the chemicals?
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#4
it can be expensive ($100 - $200 in my area) and only lasts for a couple of months... i don't know what effects the chemicals have, but i'd advise you to just buy a straightening iron.






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#6
it's not even straightening. it's only 'relaxing'. don't bother. grow a pair and do it yourself with a blowdryer.
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#10
and if your hair is dyed its not recommended to use straigtening chemicals, you have to wait till your hair grows and cut off the dyed parts. i myselfhad chemicals and ill tell you your hair does NOT go dead straight, unless your hair was pretty straight to begin with
#13
The only thing that sucks with an iron, just the slightest humidity will make your hair curl and look awful.
#15
my aunt whose loaded gets it done and it lasts her about a year or so but form what ive heard its pretty expensive
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#16
I can't even fathom any reason why this many people would have so much personal experience with cosmetology...

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#17
just buy a good straightening iron, screw the chemicals dude. Use a straightening iron and a blow dryer.
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