How to style thin hair

Girls! Who did the biowave hair, share reviews. Did you like it? Is it easy to style your hair at home? How resistant is the curl? Is it possible to dye your hair? Is the structure badly damaged?

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[3953430065] – February 24, 2009, 12:02

I did. Curly beautiful, looks natural, no sheep. It is easy to lay, apply wetting balm on wet hair and brush your hair upside down. You can leave it like this, you will get the effect of wet hair, you can comb it, but only when it dries out, then you will get lush, slightly wavy hair. Hair spoils, no matter how you are assured by advertising and a hairdresser. To do only on healthy, not falling out, not over-dried hair. It is better if the hair is greasy, then less dry out and get rid of excess fat. I held for six months, but someone has more, someone has less. When that border comes down with regrown hair is not visible. You can dye, but again, if the hair is healthy, a month after curling.

[3496447447] – February 24, 2009, 22:42

Made 2 days ago Mossa biowave, just now washed and dried hair. I’m shocked. Has found

[50353283] – February 24, 2009, 23:20

in May 2008, did a perm when you can do the next

[2746247357] – February 25, 2009, 11:22

Did, complete garbage, did not like. They promised solemnly that in 3-4 months she would disperse herself, and not as chemistry, only to shear off. Dudka, the ends are still pushing. The only plus is that the hair is in place, but the quality has deteriorated and become porous.

[3291598243] – March 1, 2009, 16:51

Girls! Chemistry is not to blame, but the master’s brain, or rather their absence. It is necessary to accurately calculate the exposure time and strength of the composition. Yes, and for the organic chemistry could simply give a modern composition of chemical shaving, and not acid,

[4122258557] – March 21, 2009, 23:34

How to style thin hair

Basically

[3151170874] – April 12, 2009, 17:03

I never advise anyone to do a biowave, I did it yesterday, it lasted 4 hours for me, now even battered hair and overdried, besides, it’s all just a scam, no effect of curls, maximum light wave like after braids, it’s ***.

[3508674882] – April 30, 2009, 21:42

I have personally been trained in the use of biopreparations, I practice a biowave in my salon, I can say one thing, only a very competent master can do it well, it is very difficult

[1343146111] – May 4, 2009, 13:35

I made a biowave in a good salon, the next day my hair became straight again, I arrived there in a week – I was redone – but the result is the same, after 1-2 days my hair straightens! Thank God that the hair is not spoiled (like). Now the toad is strangling me, that the rather big (for me) money has given for just that. Do not know, the salon is not obliged to return the money, all the same promised that it will hold at least 4 months, and kept for 2 days?

[1900214765] – May 6, 2009, 11:47

I read that the main active component of biowave is a biological protein cystine, similar in structure to cystine, which is part of human hair. As a result of curling, the hair does not undergo destruction, but, on the contrary, is filled with protein, strengthens, improves its structure and appearance. IT’S TRUE. Because in all the reviews that I saw everyone say that the hair is still spoiling! Or is it all again depends on the master?

[615899624] – May 9, 2009, 17:06

I do biowave continuously for about four years. The result depends solely on the professionalism of the master. well, sometimes from his mood :) the results are very davolna! even the tips of the hair stopped so hard! at the same time, my hair is thin, not very thick, rather problematic in their own way – and with a biowave I could grow and maintain a normal Venetian look normally! hair is in excellent condition. By the way, the biowave does not come off at all – as soon as the roots grow strongly, I go to do it again – at intervals of about half a year. The main thing is to find a good specialist.

[615899624] – May 9, 2009, 5:15 pm

Yes, I forgot to say about styling – every morning I use my hair with a balm, then carefully blot it with a towel, with my head down. then I take any hair styling product, rub it between the palms and, again tilting my head down, as if using a hair dye, starting with the ends. the main mistake is that everyone is trying to comb their hair :) don’t do that – they put a product on the hair and let them dry :) the result is awesome. four years in general no problems with styling and hair care.

[4128340958] – May 9, 2009, 20:12

I did a biowave last summer. I liked it: hair is curvaceous, voluminous, natural curls. The hairdresser said that she would come down in 2-3 months, but it lasted longer. Hair, really, should not be combed after washing. But personally, my hair has become lighter, although it is said that the structure of hair is not

[2963102768] – May 11, 2009, 11:26 pm

How to style thin hair

I have long wanted a biowave, but

[1900214765] – May 12, 2009, 13:43

I do biowave continuously for about four years. The result depends solely on the professionalism of the master. well, sometimes from his mood :) the results are very davolna! even the tips of the hair stopped so hard! at the same time, my hair is thin, not very thick, rather problematic in their own way – and with a biowave I could grow and maintain a normal Venetian look normally! hair is in excellent condition. By the way, the biowave does not come off at all – as soon as the roots grow strongly, I go to do it again – at intervals of about half a year. The main thing is to find a good specialist.

Could you advise the wizard.

How to style thin hair

[615899624] – May 12, 2009, 21:45

Could you advise the wizard.

In which city do you live? If in Chelyabinsk, then of course, I can :) leave the soap or ICQ – I’ll drop you the phone :)

[34379089] – May 24, 2009, 21:20

16, I am in Chelyabinsk. Advise where to go! And another thing: what kind of perm is needed so that the hairs do not hang down with skinny spirals, but curl up thickly and coarsely from the roots?

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[3449404570] – June 2, 2009, 13:12

Could you advise the wizard.

In which city do you live? If in Chelyabinsk, then of course, I can :) leave the soap or ICQ – I’ll drop you the phone :)

Send me, pzhl, the phone wizard, too, I plan to make a biowave.

I will be very grateful! :)

[1398287711] – June 4, 2009, 23:38

I made a biowave with PAUL MITCHELL. Loved it. Spoils, of course, but not significantly. Curly elastic, in its original form kept for 3 months, and completely stopped curling after

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