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pantera_xo asked:

06 Jul 2009

is chemical straightening okay while pregnancy??

i have wavy hair.. and i hate it, i do use a flat iron to straighten it, but i just want it straight.. so i dont have to anymore...



jasm1na says:

Posted on 06 Jul 2009

to be honest, i am not sure but i wouldnt take any chances;

just buy a styling product for wavy hair or even curly!

be happy with what you have!:thumbup:


amaay says:

Posted on 06 Jul 2009

i wouldn't risk it if i were you, 'cause you never know what could happen. just maybe wait and treat yourseelf after giving birth. (;



paigee says:

Posted on 06 Jul 2009

to be honest you should wwait till after the birth because you can't take a risk! :D


ctl888 says:

Posted on 06 Jul 2009

Gosh, I really do not know but, I know I would try to avoid all chemicals while pregs. I have gotten my hair permenantly strightened once... but I did it while in Japan so I had the new generation straighten method with less chemicals. I did not want to do it in the US because of the chemicals the salon uses... It is MORE harsh... and it has a tendency for your hair to break and fall off. This was several years back so...maybe now they have a more gentler method. Check it out. BUT it is sooooo much easiler once you have it done!!!! you never have to mess with your hair...ever!


barbipixi says:

Posted on 07 Jul 2009

the rule is still out in the hair on hair coloring and straightening but if you look no matter what people say there is really nothing proved that it does effect your baby

i would say it's on the safe side to avoid it but i really don't see one time affecting much,

i would say if you really want to go ahead i'm sure there are millions of mom's out there that have

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