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Clynol id Style Stretch Flattening Balm

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Brand: Clynol / Texture: Fluid / Type: Hair Balm / Hair type: permed / Suitable for: curly hair / What it does: Smoothes, regenerates,

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      20.01.2007 15:43
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      www.hairandcare.co.uk

      Hello,

      My name is Karin and the products of Clynol you're writing about is kind of expensive.
      So that is the main reason for me, why I buy all of my products for my salon online.
      Saves me a lot of money..;-)

      For you to try this: www.hairandcare.co uk

      BTW.
      Since I own my salon, they even give me more discount.
      They're still working on their online shop, eventhough it is worth it.

      Never try, never know...;-)

      Thank you for reading

      Karin

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        06.08.2002 20:23
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        I have longed for straight hair for as long as I can remember. Don't get me wrong my hair is not curly oh no, it is that sort of hair that has waves and kinks in it in all the wrong places. I look like I have been pulled through a hedge backwards after a walk in a slight breeze! And if I should get caught in a downpour of rain I seem to develop ringlets every now and then. I have spent a fortune on styling products to rid me of these oddities but unfortunately my money has been wasted - until now! I have discovered Clynol's wonderful product called 'Stretch'. This is the most amazing styling product that I have ever used. At £6.50 for 100ml it doesn't come cheap but it does work! Stretch claims to be a flattening balm and that is exactly what it is. It contains natural organic extracts which temporarily straighten naturally curly or permed hair. The thing is if you get caught out in a breeze it does retain its properties and you still look sleek. So for the first time in my life I can go out in gale force winds and still look normal - Wow! The product comes in a pump dispenser. The container is light green while the head of the pump is light grey. It looks very modern and stylish sitting on your dressing table. To use this product you should dampen your hair. It is best used after washing hair prior to blow drying although I use it each morning. I simply dampen my hair down with a water spray and then apply the Stretch and blow dry. Once your hair is damp you put a little of the stretch on your hands. I say a little as that is all that you need. Start off with one pump as a little really does go a long way and if you apply too much you will look greasy. When dispensed the stretch is like a watery gel. It has a pleasant scent and is light green and transparent. Rub the stretch into the palms of both hands and then work through the hair. Once you feel that you have covered all the hair give i
        t a good comb through. This ensures that the product is evenly distributed. Now that your hair is covered in the product you can style as usual. It is OK to still using styling products over the top of Stretch such as mousse or gel. Blow dry your hair into a straight style. I like to use the metallic brushes which retain heat in order to get my hair dry. The paddle brushes are excellent too when used with this product as they get hair really straight. It is the heat which activates the product so don't be tempted to let your hair dry naturally. Sometimes if I am going out I then use hair straighteners too. These just smooth down the hair and make it even more sleek, helping the style to hold for longer. If it is a long day I spritz my hair with water before blasting with the hairdryer again although there is really no need for this as the style will last the day. The Stretch product also has conditioning properties so although you should apply your conditioner as usual the product will help to guard against the effects of the hairdryer and the straighteners. The problem with Clynol products is that they are quite difficult to get hold of as they are only stocked in salons. The best bet is to look in the Yellow Pages for a salon which stocks these products. Thanks for reading.

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      • Product Details

        Weightless cream for taming and smoothing frizzy hair / Perfect for temporary straightening naturally curly or permed hair / Advanced formula adds moisture and silky shine / Smooth Technology with anti-frizz formula / Clynol light hold factor of 2/9 / Dispense 2-3 pumps into palms and smooth through towel dried hair / Use in conjunction with hair dryer to achieve a controlled glossy finish /