So apparently getting your hair chemically straightened is quite the process. I thought that it would take tops an hour, just go in put some chemicals in, let it sit, rinse and go....no people, not at all. Here's the steps
#1 First she cut my hair. It was hacked badly by the hair stylist previous and she was appalled and couldn't begin before she fixed it for me, which I greatly appreciated.
#2 Wash Hair
#3 Grab piece by piece of hair and put chemical on it. Then comb out piece by piece. (hr process)
#4 Wash out chemical (20 min)
#5 Blow dry hair half way
#6 Wash out chemical again due to some residual chemical on scalp (another 20 min)
#7 Blow dry hair
#8 Straight iron hair in small pieces (this sets the chemical and straightness in) (hr process)
#9 Did some more cutting and trimming
Total time was a little over 3 hours. I don't have a picture yet because well, it just looks like I straighten it with an iron. I cannot put a pony tail in until after Monday, also I can't wash it until Monday night. After I wash it I will blow dry it and I will post the pictures. I hope to the heavens that it works. After $120 bucks it sure as heck better! Also, my hair freakin stinks, like perm. My pillowcase will need to be changed every night. Anyways, I'm really excited and I can't wait to wash this beast and see how it looks!