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What are the long term consequence of hair straightning/ rebonding?

Asked by sarah_neerjah1234 (42points) June 28th, 2008
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Hair is weakened, due to excessive heat, you break the H-Bonds (nano-scopic bonds that form the shapes of proteins in your body) in your hair. This is why you can shape your hair when you blow dry it. When it cools, the majority of the H-Bonds can connect again, but obviously over time, they do wear away.

Having said that however, I think you would have to straighten your hair like twice a day everyday for it to have any effect.

I have no idea what rebonding is so I can’t help with that lol sorry.

jblove's avatar

6 inches of fried ends

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