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Bleached Permed Hair Feels Rubbery?

I need advice for bleached and permed hair damage. I went for my every three month hair highlight when I decided to go blonde from brown. The stylist sold me some leave in keratin and chi oil and I went home. When I got home it looked orange. She said she had already used 6 solutions so we waited a week and did again.

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I am a person that uses several different styling hair products and about three different shampoos are in my bathroom at any given time. Since it looked orange I bought some John Frieda lightening conditioner. I went back to stylist and she redid it saying we needed it one more time to fully lift.
The next time I went which was a month later for roots she said that if I wanted a perm at all this summer it had to be done that day because can't color over perm. I did this.

When she took off rods she started yelling at me that I had a film on hair from the lye in the Frieda or the shampoo choices I made and I may lose all my hair because of it. She gave me two clarifying masks to lift the film and olaplex treatment.

It is three days later and my hair won't dry for hours and feels like rubber at the roots and crown and complete straw everywhere else.

She told me that if I use any product but it's a 10 it will not work out for me.
I am on a very limited budget and paid her 160 so there is not a lot left. I did buy the 10 miracle mask and am getting coconut oil to try to sleep in.
Will my hair fall out? I am sick and scared. Oh yeah. She said that if we had done the bleach root instead of perm it would have fallen out for sure.

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August 16, 20170 found this helpful

Your hair stylist has really damaged your hair. Furthermore, bleaching your hair and then getting a perm is not a wise choice. Your hair stylist should have never permed your hair without testing it first. She knew the ricks and the condition of your hair. However, you still might be able to save your hair. Here is a good article on some hair care products to repair the damage you have done.

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August 16, 20170 found this helpful

She is not a competent stylist. Ask for your money back. Tell her you will go to the better business bureau if necessary.

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