How much does it cost to get your hair forever straitened and dyed black?

Query by ValerieA: How a lot does it price to get your hair permanently straitened and dyed black?
Alright, so I want to get my hair permanently stratend, but I want to now about how considerably it will expense, and I want to know the prosses, I want to know how considerably harm it will do to my hair and if sick get even more split ends. I just want to know the downside of it. I also want to dye my hair black, but is their ANY way to make it seem natural?

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Solution by Mayra Hernandez
Their is no such factor as permanetly straigt hair. That would be awesome but it doesnt exist. you can get a brazillian blowout wich is around eighty$ BUT it doesnt promise straight hair it just requires away the frizziness and tends to make it sleek Furthermore it fades away right after 6 weeks and the chemicals they use genuinely damage your hair badly and theirs no this kind of factor as permanetly dying it black you can dye it at a salon wich will last you about two too three months but then you would have to get it redyed. sorry child.

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  1. The price for each chemical is gonna cost you TRIPPLE, because you have to buy products that keeps your hair moisturized, from the damage caused from the chemicals in the long run, if not hair loss or worst – cancer. Sorry, just the facts.

    1. Relaxed hair: I wouldn’t recommend them. There are many brands of hair straightening out there and they call them anyway they want to get your attention. Coco is another name brand. Some Japanese hair straightening processes can damage the hair and leave it flat and lifeless.
    None is better than the other.
    http://monicabtheorganicstylist.wordpress.com/tag/hair-relaxers/

    Keratin are not approved by the FDA. Visit their website & search for it in their web. If you’re thinking about the Brazilian treatment, there’s a danger about using formaldehyde, a chemical that causes cancer. The FDA does not restrict the use of that chemical in cosmetics.

    A hairstylist in Portland, Or. is blowing a whistle on the treatment.
    “A big red flag: About a month after she started using Brazilian Blowout on clients, Scrutton had the first nosebleed of her life.”
    http://www.oregonlive.com/health/index.ssf/2010/10/
    after_hair_stylist_becomes_sus.html
    (Type it in if they moved the page. “After hairstylist becomes suspicious of Brazilian Blowout, tests find formaldehyde”.

    Stylists and clients often wear gas masks or other protective equipment and still may feel the ill effects of this potentially fatal gas.

    Many customers and stylists do not know that this Brazilian treatment often contains high concentrations of formaldehyde, a cancer-causing chemical.

    Relaxers are for permanent, but they are damaging to hair.

    Go to the FDA website & type in permanent or relaxers so you understand what are the side effects.
    http://www.fda.gov/forconsumers/byaudien…

    2. Hair dyes: Google hair dyes & cancer spec. black hair dyes which is made from tar. Some people smoke & tan all their lives and do not get cancer. But there are 2nd hand & 3rd hand smoke who are now carrying their oxygen tank so they can breath or have cancer. Same with hair dyes. I’ve responded 3 in the last 15 mins. 9-26-10. If you’re not affected today, or next month, you may never be affected and you’re one of the lucky ones. It doesn’t take overnight, it takes years of hair experimentation with hair dyes.
    http://www.webmd.com/skin-beauty/hair-dye-faqs

    Here’s a new article I found re: henna, which is supposed to be better for you than reg. box dye. It’s a good read!
    http://www.hennaforhair.com/ppd/pjackson.html

    One example on someone who had re-bleached her hair now they’re falling out.

    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100717233532AAFk6f9&r=w&pa=AptqD2bwHTHc6eiPYKA0tpdDGjt2NBPtjz3M.sEZY.iYLg–&paid=voted

    http://www.webmd.com/skin-beauty/hair-dye-faqs

    I’ve responded many girls under 15 (guys too) experienced in hair loss due to hair dyes, relaxing & straightening their hair since 2009. Women 60-90 have those same symptoms but it took them years to get there, but 15 & under with hair loss? They can’t predict the future of their hair and they’re the same ones giving advice on YA HAIR. Go figure!

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