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Keratin Complex Infusion

Keratin Complex Infusion is a styling product activated during heat styling. It penetrates hair deeply for repair, revitalization and effective smoothing.
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  • Anna
    New York
    Right Way To Use
    I just received the Keratin Complex Infusion and was wondering if I can use any shampoo/conditioner before applying this product or does it have to be clarifying shampoo, or Keratin shampoo, or color care shampoo like instructed on the box? Also, same goes for conditioner or should I not apply conditioner?
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    Jun 24, 2011
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  • Bethany B.
    OK
    Keratin Complex Treatment
    So last week I just got the Keratin Complex Treatment. So far, I haven't been able to put anything in my hair or wash it for 72 hours. Its been hard. It was very pricey and I hope it lasts.
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    Apr 18, 2011
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  • Sandy S.
    Indian Rocks Beach, Florida
    Hair Weigh Down?
    Does this product weigh down hair?
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    Mar 13, 2011
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    • Casi
      Houston
      In Reply To "does This Product Weigh Down Hair"
      i use about 5-6 pumps on my left side (which is a little thicker than the right) and about 4-5 on the right side. I then use about 2 pumps on the back because the back hair usually gets enough product from the right and left side amounts that i use.

      i have fine hair, but a lot of it. wavy/curly blonde hair that tends to get frizzy and i like very straight sleek hair, so i probably use more of this product than the average person. i don't find that even using this amount that my hair is weighed down too much, but i actually want my hair to get weighted down because it makes it sleeker. no grease, beautiful shine. i use just a little little of the left over prodcut on my roots for added shine and sleekness.

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      Jun 22, 2011
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  • Amaris
    I'm A Penny Pincher :)
    I have a small question...is this product the same as the Keratin Express the you get in salons? I had one done about a week ago and I love it, but it doesn't seem like there was much to it. I feel like my stylist did a FAB job but I probably could do it at home. I know everyone is tired of hearing it, but the economy has not bounced back yet and I need every penny I can hold on to! LOL Someone let me know :)
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    Mar 7, 2011
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    • Casi
      This Is Not A Straightening Product...
      I have naturally wavy/frizzy/dry/blonde hair. this product does NOT straighten my hair like a blow out would at a salon. this product is NOT meant to be used the same as a in salon straigtening treatment, it is only infused with keratin to keep hair stronger and healthy for people with dry/frizzy prone hair. its good product to help tame my hair.

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      Sep 19, 2011
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    • Casi
      Houston Texas
      Just Makes Hair Healthy, But Not The Same As In A Salon
      This product it not a straightening treatment. it just has keratin complex that infuses into the hair strand to make it stronger and less prone to frizz. still worth the money. i love this product.

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      Jun 22, 2011
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    • Adia H.
      USA
      At Home Is Just As Good!
      Hey,

      I have not tried this system yet but will be trying it. My first keratin treatment I had done in a salon. It was okay, but I did feel she damaged my hair with how she handled it because she was not use to thick and kinky hair that has a fine strand (I have very odd hair). So I bought an at home kit and did the treatment myself and loved it even better. Since I know my hair type and how to handle it I was even able to get to the root in which she was not. My hair was still just as smooth and silky. In my opinion, if you already know how to do a blow out and flat iron on your own hair without hurting it, I would do the at home kit to save money.

      I hope this helps!

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      Mar 7, 2011
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  • Katie
    Hair Type For Keratin Question
    I have naturally straight hair that is color-treated (highlighted) and very fine. Is the Coppola Keratin color Care shampoo, conditioner, and infusion good for hair like mine? I'm looking to repair damage.
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    Dec 18, 2010
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