Do you often go to the Salon for a rebond or hair straight?
April 11, 2010 5:41pm CST
As for me, it's been a year since I haven't get my hair rebonded or straight. But before when I still have my work, I use to go there very 6 months. It adds beauty for me. Now I focus on things that are much important than having a hair makeover. I just wear a hairband or pony to tie it up. Or have it ironed during special occasions.
12 Apr 10
I know a lot of people who goes to the salon to straighten their hair and some of them would even spend more to get a rebond but the results are not really very good. After a few months, their hair gets really dry and I hate to say this but their hair looks like a soft broom. That's the reason why I dont want to go to the salon and have them straighten my hair cause I am afraid that my hair is gonna get burned. Though my hair is already straight, I think it still needs a lot of care so I always have hot oil treatments at home by using natural products like coconut milk. Its better to have that than have all those chemical on your hair.
12 Apr 10
I agree with you, sometimes there are good and bad results. Sometimes they forget to wash your hair in due time, that resulted to scalp burns and hair breakage. I remember the time when my aunt experience scalp allergies. After that it took her a long time to make a her hair treated again. Thanks for sharing.
12 Apr 10
Yes, I make sure I have a regular rebond since like you said, it adds beauty for me. Another thing is that my work requires that our hair stays neat and we have grooming standards that limit the kind of hair accessories we use, like black hairband or pony. It's also easier to manage when it is rebonded and it doesn't consume much of my time preparing myself to go to work daily. I just need to comb it and when I reach the office, I put on the hairband and that's it. No effort at all. This makes life so much easier for me than before when I had to worry about how to tame my hair so it doesn't look uncombed and I don't get an X on my grooming checklist. :)