Everything you Need to Know About Keratin Treatments

May 30, 2019

Nowadays, everyone wants shiny, smooth and silky hair, and we are here to help you figure out if a Keratin Treatment is right for you!


Who is the best candidate for a Keratin Treatment?


Keratin treatment is for everyone. Whether you have thin, thick, curly or straight hair, this treatment is for you. The most ideal candidate will be someone who has frizzy, dry or chemically treated hair.


Is a Keratin Treatment a hair straightening treatment?


This is a common misconception with keratin treatments, it is important to note that receiving a keratin treatment is going to smooth out the hair cuticles, not straighten them. Results vary from person to person, If your hair is very curly it will enhance and define curl and eliminate frizz. If your hair is wavy it will appear naturally straight, silky and frizz-free. Finally, if you have straight hair, the treatment will eliminate frizz and create shine. The treatment reduces drying time of all hair types to one third of the usual time. (Pure Brazilian).


How long can my Keratin Treatment last?


The Pure Brazilian Keratin Treatment and the Complex Keratin, which are the brand selection we offer The Chair Salon and Spa lasts up to twelve weeks. To achieve long lasting results, it is important to use the proper in-home care for your hair such as Sulphate and Parabens free shampoo. You can receive a Keratin Treatment a numerous amount of times, your results will last longer, and your hair will be healthier each time!


Can chemically treated hair receive Keratin Treatment?


Absolutely! Chemically treated hair works best for a keratin treatment. From highlights to perms, receiving a keratin treatment on chemically treated hair will help improve the condition of each hair strand by adding proteins, conditioners and amino acids.


What happens to the hair after twelve weeks?


Your hair will return to its original state before you had the keratin treatment. The only difference is, it will be even healthier!


If you are considering a Keratin treatment, we suggest coming in for a consultation with one of our well educated hairstylists.   


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