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Postby Ahnissi » Thu Apr 26, 2007 7:56 pm

Did anybody of you gals try rebonding straightening ? I know it is very popular in Malaysia and Singapore.
Is it really damaging to hair, or results depend on the skills of a technician?
I was going to try it, but hesitate since a stylist told my hair are too thin for the procedure. :(
Don't want to get a hay stack on my head, or turn bold.
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Postby funkyK » Tue May 15, 2007 4:26 pm

Hi there,
Not sure if you've got any replies via PM.

Well, if your hair is fine...best not to do hair rebonding.

I don't know much about it but hair rebonding looks 'fake' as it's straight although nice/neat.

Just make sure you won't regret it...as it isn't cheap too.

Cheers!
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Postby Ahnissi » Tue May 15, 2007 6:22 pm

Guest05 wrote:Hi there,
Not sure if you've got any replies via PM.

Hi! No replies yet, no offers from hair stylists either. You are the first one. :)
Well, if your hair is fine...best not to do hair rebonding.

I don't know much about it but hair rebonding looks 'fake' as it's straight although nice/neat.

Yes that's what I wanted it to look like - straight, sleek and neat. I try to use straightening iron now and then - and it does damage hair, like a curling iron would do. Besides, it's not easy to iron rear locks.

Just make sure you won't regret it...as it isn't cheap too.

I'm not so much worried about cost as about condition of hair after procedure. Because it takes looong time to grow it back.

Thanks for advice. :D
Probably, rebonding is really not for everyone. Maybe we are better off with the hair mother nature intended for us.
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Postby suga_n_spice_gal » Wed May 23, 2007 1:55 pm

Rebonding is ok. I've had my hair rebonded yearly and they are still fine. I would say I've done rebonding for 5-6 years and the price would depend on your hair length. If it is done in a small town like me, then the price would range from RM150 to RM200. Rebonding in cities like KL and Penang is cut throat...=.=
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