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on 6/28/2013 10:43:00 AM
More reviews by lovepink82407
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I'm a hair stylist and just got this coppola treatment done to my hair! And I just want to say, this system is AMAZING! My hair dries so smooth and basically frizz free. This is not a straightening system, but it will smooth down curls. My very fine hair has been through a lot this year (bleaching, coloring, then bleaching again) and this treatment helped gain its strength back. My ends were a bit toasty due to the 7-10 times of passing a 430 degree flat iron on my hair. However, after a trim you hair will feel so soft and strong. The treatment is super pricey but I honestly think it's worth it. I'm so impressed with my results, that I will continue to have this treatment done to my hair from here on out.Also to add: Waiting three days (72 hours) to shampoo/ wet hair was a bit tough, but just find yourself a good dry shampoo. This will be your best friend!!
3 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 2/25/2012 10:29:00 PM
More reviews by DeeTaylor
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
Keratin Complex Infusion -Keratin ReplenisherI just found this product. I'm a lover of all of the Coppola Keratin Hair products. This does exactly what ot says I'm not overly fond of the scent but it's light and disappears after I use my flat-iron.I have long thick naturally curly hair (think Skakira) and I straighten my hair and Bleach it...Also I use my flat-iron regulary. Coppola'sline of Keratin Shampoo/Conditioner's and Therapy products are my new must have. My Hair looks and feels healthier and stronger.
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 1/8/2011 10:55:00 PM
More reviews by adriennemarie1188
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium
AMAZING, Seriously, for anyone thinking about getting this treatment, DO IT! I have endless thick, wavy on top, curly underneath, frizzy, poufy hair, a little longer than shoulder-length, that I can make look perfect, but that requires a 45-60 min. blowout followed by another 10 of flat ironing. Forget about air-drying my hair, it looks disgusting and unruly - embarrassing. I used some Christmas money to get this treatment after contemplating for months, and I can't express how happy I am. Air-drying my hair looks so good, with very little wave, if any. Blow-drying takes 7-10 minutes, and a blow-out takes 10-15, and requires little effort to get the same straight with volume results an hour use to take. I haven't used my flat iron since the treatment because I haven't had to. Keep in mind, this is a smoothing, not straightening treatment, which I like because I never wanted flat, pin-straight hair. So if your hair is extremely curly, this would probably make it wavy, but would take little effort to get straight results. My hair also looks and feels extremely soft and healthy. I used to wash my hair every 4-6 days, but now I do notice my hair getting oily after 2 full days so I've found myself washing every other day or every two days. Finally, some cons:-Treatment time is long: My appointment was at 2:45, I left salon at 6. You have to sit with treatment on hair for 30 minutes. -Treatment does contain formaldehyde so it does burn eyes and make it water, my stylist blow-dried my hair away from face to prevent this but it still happened some-Treatment smells, partially because of product and partially because of all the flat-ironing, and smell stayed through first two washes- Not washing my hair for 3 days after was torture. It was so pin-straight from each section being irons 7 times that it looked absolutely ridiculous, glad I got it on a Thursday so I could go into hiding on the weekend- I have a very sensitive scalp, and for most it will not burn at all but it did for me on some spots of scalp, so my stylist would blot off excess while she applied, and it caused a little flakiness for the 3 days after. However, most people would not have these problemsI have read many reviews of women doing this themselves, and I would HIGHLY recommend getting the treatment in a salon before attempting at home. It is an extremely tedious process and does contain chemicals and done wrong, could severely mess up your hair. I don't think I will ever attempt this myself, partially because my arms would fall off due to four straight hours of blow drying, applying, blow drying, and straightening 1/2 inch sections of my never-ending hair and partially because it truly seems like it needs to be done by a pro. Finally, you must wash and condition with Coppola products (bottle of each is supplied w/ treatment) but you also can buy leave-ins with keratin that extend treatment time longer.
2 of 2 people found this helpful.
on 12/18/2010 6:05:00 PM
More reviews by Xuxa13
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium
I had this treatment done by my stylist two weeks ago and my hair is a-mazing. I have thick, wavy hair that was previously unruly, frizzy, poofy... basically all of the things that make hair a pain in the a__ to style. Previously, I used a huge Spornette round brush to blow dry my hair into sumbission - a half hour process. Now I can blow dry with my fingers (unbelievable) or a basic vented brush and my hair is glossy, bouncy dry in 15 minutes or less. The process itself took about 3 1/2 hours and the formula made my eyes water. As my stylist sealed the magic potion into my hair with the flat iron and I started seeing the results, I felt a little worried - I didn't want STICK straight hair! But, 3 days later when I finally shampooed, I was shocked and amazed. My hair is so manageable now- not stick straight, but luminous and smooth. I'm so excited I'm giddy. Yes, it is very expensive ($350 for me), time consuming and the 3 days of not shampooing or getting any water at ALL on your hair are torturous but it so very, very worth it.
on 1/3/2010 10:47:00 AM
More reviews by Peri
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
This treatment literally changed my life. That might sound dramatic, but it's true. Before my stylist suggested Keratin Complex, my hair was frizzy, curly, coarse and too much to deal with. Now, it always looks smooth, shiny and natural. It's not a straightening treatment, which I love because I hate the look of pin-straight hair on people that don't naturally have it. Rather, it's a smoothing treatment, which takes the bulk and frizz out of your hair. Before, I was truly a slave to my hair, always dreading vacations and swimming ... Now, I can let it dry naturally or blow it out in half the time. I really can't say enough good things about this. I PRAY Coppola never discontinues it!!!
3 of 4 people found this helpful.
on 10/30/2009 3:02:00 PM
More reviews by kslowko
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
I have had the Brazilian Blowout and the Marcia Texiera as well as the Coppola and I can say that hands down the Coppola is the best of the three! I have very thick, coarse, frizzy, wavy and highlighted hair. While it didn't make my hair pin straight like Japanese straightners do, it did smooth it out so I can air-dry and go. When I do style, it only takes me about 20 minutes to get perfectly straight, smooth hair. The keratin wears out gradually - I plan to re-do before it goes all the way back. Seriously - Coppola really is the best out there!!!
on 9/16/2009 10:59:00 PM
More reviews by baharh
I had this treatment done about 6 months ago when my stylist recommened it. I have very thick curly hair and a lot of it. My hair frizzes and poofs so badly sometimes that I look like slash or hendrix.....sigh. Anyway, I'd say it took them about 3 hours to do the treatment and then I had to keep my hair dry and straight for 2-3 days which meant no shampoo or pony tail or hair tucking, but it was all worth it. My hair was absolutely flawless and literally turning heads for the 2 1/2 months that followed. It wasn't even low maintenance it was No-maintenance. I just let it air dry with no product and I had perfect frizz free curls and if i wanted it straight it was silky in less than half the time it used to take me. This treatment is supposed to last 4 months, but on my hair it didn't last that long. I would highly recommend it, but it's quite expensive. Depending on where you get it done it can run you $200-$400. Overall, I would do it again as I think the results definitely outweigh the price tag.
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