The Latest Brazilian Keratin Hair Straightening Treatment Exclu...

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Shampoo Avenue B wants to let the public know that it is the only salon in New York City, for all we know the country, that is doing the newest version of BKST. Read more
SAM O CONNOR

Potomac, MD

#1110 Sep 23, 2010
Conrad wrote:
I wonder if you can let me know who is the Local Distributor of CADIVEU-Keratin Treatment here in Dubai, UAE...
I believe that this is a natural and organic form without Formaldyhide...
You can contact me at +971 567308042 or email me at conrad@inmuscle.com
Nothing organic in that one.
Only glutaraldehyde instead of formaldehyde.
Glutaraldehyde is more toxic then formaldehyde.
Just for your information

“ATTITUDE FOR HAIR”

Since: Aug 10

Cincinnati

#1112 Sep 23, 2010
Cyndi wrote:
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I'm laughing so hard, I'm CRYING!!!! Thank you Donna! Kudos!
BYE SAM!!!!!!! get lost!
So am I. Some people just are what they are. This one is for sure a mess.
Maybe one day will find some peace in themselves.
I just can't understand there are only a couple of 1000 bad mouther's. There are millions who love it. That speaks volumes.

“ATTITUDE FOR HAIR”

Since: Aug 10

Cincinnati

#1113 Sep 23, 2010
SAM O CONNOR wrote:
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Man your product has Formalin so it is toxic and carcinogen.
Doesn`t matter how much ventilation you got in the salon.
Also, by the way we offer our clients a glass of it to drink instead of wine.
SAM O CONNOR

Potomac, MD

#1114 Sep 23, 2010
John Gay wrote:
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Also, by the way we offer our clients a glass of it to drink instead of wine.
Yeah man
Great job.
Keep poisoning yourself,maybe you`ll get smarter
SAM O CONNOR

Silver Spring, MD

#1115 Sep 24, 2010
Ok
here is the update from OSHA in oregon about Brazilian Blowout
Formaldehyde free formula.
Osha tested themself and lokk how incredible are those finding.

They should get sued.

http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/centers-insti...

“ATTITUDE FOR HAIR”

Since: Aug 10

Cincinnati

#1117 Sep 24, 2010
SAM O CONNOR wrote:
Jill
this is the link to the consumer affair of all the EU countries.
Type cosmetics in the search bar and put year 2010.
Scroll down and you will find bunch of keratin treatment(Coppola included) that got taken off the market in Europe
You will find also GLOBAL KERATIN and MARCIA BKT which was the first one to fall.
http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/dyna/rapex/rape...
Not Attitude For Hair.Nothing bad out there.
Donna

Le Claire, IA

#1118 Sep 24, 2010
SAM O CONNOR wrote:
Ok
here is the update from OSHA in oregon about Brazilian Blowout
Formaldehyde free formula.
Osha tested themself and lokk how incredible are those finding.
They should get sued.
http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/centers-insti...
Sam, here you go again. This type of site is for people to communicate and listen to everyones opinion. We don't have to obey yours. Chill! Get a life
SAM O CONNOR

Potomac, MD

#1119 Sep 24, 2010
Donna wrote:
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Sam, here you go again. This type of site is for people to communicate and listen to everyones opinion. We don't have to obey yours. Chill! Get a life
What??
that`s the update from OSHA not from me.
Do you know OSHA???
Anahita

Bielefeld, Germany

#1120 Sep 24, 2010
hi
i live in Germany, how can i buy this product?
SAM O CONNOR

Potomac, MD

#1121 Sep 25, 2010
Anahita wrote:
hi
i live in Germany, how can i buy this product?
No formaldehydebased products in Germany.
They are smarter then us.
John Gay

United States

#1122 Sep 26, 2010
Anahita wrote:
hi
i live in Germany, how can i buy this product?
You can go to ATTITUDE FOR HAIR.com We will send you the European Formula. Which is Formadehyde Free. Fill out the form on the web site.I have been a stylist for 35 years.I have tried them all. This one is easier application,less no shampoo time. No return to the salon.Increditble stuff.It is 199.00 for 33.2 oz 10 to 14 treatments.
Johanna Vazquez

United States

#1123 Sep 26, 2010
Can somebody tell me where I could get the original and the chocolate hair treatment certificate in CT.
Claudia

United States

#1125 Sep 26, 2010
I just learn about Cadiveu not being safe! any good alternative treatment with same results?
Thanks
Lynette

Orlando, FL

#1126 Sep 26, 2010
Ana wrote:
Has anyone heard of a BKT called Kera Hair by Bionaza? I have an appointment have have not seen much on this product.
How did your BKT turn out using Bionaza??
Stacey

New Carlisle, OH

#1127 Sep 27, 2010
Check out Attitudeforhair.com . This is a new Brazilian Keratin Straightening treatment that we have been using in our salon. So far, all the clients love it. It is available for professionals to purchase, so your stylist could take a training class with the purchase of the straightener and use it in your salon.
sparkys nemesis

Brooklyn, NY

#1129 Sep 30, 2010
BRAZILIAN KERATIN NY wrote:
BRAZILIAN KERATIN REVIEWS IN NEW YORK, BRAZILIAN STRAIGHTENING TREATMENT REVIEWS, NEW YORK CITY
I am a stock analyst with a major investment bank in Downtown Manhattan and had no idea about this famous talked about Brazilian Keratin Treatment until yesterday when I had it.
Did it on Long Island, took a drive out there 40 minutes from Manhattan and met with a Brazilian stylist named Sueli. I was shocked with the bargain prices out there, Her prices range around $300 dollars; while in New York City, some salons charge between $550 and $700 dollars.
Also she takes the time to explain A to Z every question that I had., plus not rush, no selling.
Bottom line, my hair looks great, her prices are affordable and if you asked me again; Yes I would go back and have the Brazilian Keratin Treatment.(On Long Island only)
This way I saved some money and still received great results!
Thought you might like to know!
Here is her web site:
www.braziliankeratinny.com
www.brazilianstraigheningny.com
LOL, I only pay $175-!!$300- is overpriced. In FL, my daughter in law gets it done for $130- in her home!
John Gay

Woodruff, SC

#1130 Sep 30, 2010
sparkys nemesis wrote:
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LOL, I only pay $175-!!$300- is overpriced. In FL, my daughter in law gets it done for $130- in her home!
It's is nice to know.That you teach or condone stealing and riping off hard workers. Who go to school. Pay taxes,teach our kids the right way. Here you are, because it's CHEAPER ( what a dishonest loser you and your daughter are). Good luck with your grand kids. What goes around comes around. Teach honest hard work. Then help the country by paying taxes. I bet she also gets a check, housing, and whatever esle she can get. Free.
Donna

Le Claire, IA

#1131 Sep 30, 2010
John Gay wrote:
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It's is nice to know.That you teach or condone stealing and riping off hard workers. Who go to school. Pay taxes,teach our kids the right way. Here you are, because it's CHEAPER ( what a dishonest loser you and your daughter are). Good luck with your grand kids. What goes around comes around. Teach honest hard work. Then help the country by paying taxes. I bet she also gets a check, housing, and whatever esle she can get. Free.
Shopping for the best deal is stealing? Wow. What about the people doing the work for less? Are they not hard workers also. And to assume others don't pay taxes - your comments are way off base. You have no business telling that person that she & her daughter are dishonest losers. I think you're a foolish, stupid idiot! Next time you go shopping - don't look on the sale rack or buy generic.
mlh

West Palm Beach, FL

#1132 Oct 1, 2010
Does anyone know anything about the 'OK Premium Keratin Treatment'? My salon has switched to this brand and I have an appointment to get my third keratin treatment there later today. I'm not sure which brand they used previously but it was the type where yu needed to wait 72 hrs before washing. This nw formula claims you can wash after 24 hrs. I'm wondering if this means the product won't be as effective? The cost at my salon has always been affordable -$125. They still charge $125 for this different product, which i suspect may increase their prophet if it's a lesser quality product or doesn't last as long. My first two treatments lasted 3.5-4 months.
Brazilian Bummer

Nanaimo, Canada

#1133 Oct 3, 2010
Cyndi wrote:
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It is not recommended.
Yes. Probably because of the toxic formaldehyde.

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