Are you challenged with frizzy hair? Do you have a difficult time with styling your hair on a daily basis? It is possible that you would be a good candidate for a hair treatment known as a Brazilian Blowout. Let me offer you some more information to help you decide if this would be a good idea for you.
A Brazilian Blowout is a hair treatment designed to hydrate, protect hair, and reduce frizz. It uses a liquid keratin formula to seal the hair cuticles and creates a barrier against the harsh elements that hair gets exposed to regularly. This protects the hair from the damaging effects of heat and styling, softens the texture, and makes it more manageable.
Why would somebody choose this treatment? Positive outcomes of the treatment include controlling frizzy hair or hair with difficult texture and allowing for easier hair maintenance. Some people choose to get this done simply for the improvement in appearance, shine, and moisture of their hair. It also cuts down on the time required to style your hair on a daily basis. As compared to other keratin treatments, the Brazilian Blowout does not require you to shield your hair from water for several days after application.
What can I expect from this treatment and how is it done? A Brazilian Blowout should be done by a trained hairstylist. The stylist will shampoo your hair to remove excess products and oils. They will then apply the keratin formula, coating all of the hair from root to tip. Then they blow-dry and flat iron the hair. The heat seals the treatment into the hair. Then they will rinse, condition, and blow-dry again. The entire treatment generally takes 1-2 hours.
The result lasts about 3-4 months and it is safe for color-treated hair. Pricing for a Brazilian Blowout ranges depending on where the treatment is done. Be sure to shop around for cost-effective treatment. If you regularly use the website Groupon or a similar site, you may be able to find a deal for a Brazilian Blowout there.
So, what do you think? Would you consider getting a Brazilian Blowout? If you’ve had one before, did you find it effective?
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