Thanks to a helpful blogger and some more research, I have found further information about a second treatment of the Coppola Keratin Treatment.
First: The helpful blogger wrote that a second treatment is not as damaging as I heard.
Second: I read up some “curly-blogs” and someone who got it done twice did not complain about any damage done to her hair.
AH! I can actually breathe a sigh of relief! The treatment really did wonders for my hair, and made it SO much more healthier than it was. So I might consider getting it done again, though I’m still not sure…
If you’re still contemplating on getting it done, I highly suggest it… it will change your curly/frizzy hair for the better!
Also, for a little personal update, I got this treatment done in June and so far my hair has been behaving. EXCEPT for my ends, which are left-over relaxed-processed hair (which I really hate), and whenever humidity strikes, they are the first to frizz. It’s so annoying and I really want to cut off my ends, BUT I have to let them grow out a little bit more. UGH
Anyways, my mom got the same treatment done in late April and her hair has already started getting frizzy. It held up for almost 3 months, and she’s a little disappointed because its suppose to last up to 6 months. I personally think its because she gets her hair colored every now and then, and maybe that’s why the treatment didn’t last long. Any thoughts?
So my mom talked it over with my hairdresser, and she suggested to get this Frizz balm, which is safe to use on treated hair. It worked wonders on my mom’s hair, it made it even more shinier and less frizzy. I tried it (on my ends) and it works like a charm!
It’s a french product by PHYTO called Phytodefrisant. It’s a botanical hair relaxing balm (smooths and moisturizes) and it’s safe to use on Keratin treated hair.
It’s about $26.00, a little pricey but worth every drop.
If anyone has anymore information about a second treatment of the Coppola Keratin Treatment, please share! 😀
have a frizz-free day,