The Keratin Hair Treatment (Also Known as Brazilian Blowout, Brazilian Keratin Treatment or Anti Frizz Hair Treatment or Keratin Smoothing Treatment) is a smoothing treatment that infuses Keratin deep into your hair cuticle, reducing up to ninety-five percent of frizz, leaving your hair smooth, shiny and luxurious. The Keratin method temporarily “straightens” your hair as the Keratin is sealed into your hair with a flat iron.
How Long the Results last?
3 to 4 months:
Any Post-care requirements?
You must wait 42 hours before washing hair or securing the hair in bands or clips. Sodium chloride and sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners are recommended.
Have you ever dreamed of having healthy, shiny, lustrous hair? Hair that is softer? Smoother? More manageable?
If the answer to these questions is yes, a Keratin Smoothing Treatment might be what you need.
- Takes Less Than 30 – 60.
- Min To Heal And Repairs.
- It Moisturizes Hair.
- It Protects Damaged Hair.
- It Eliminates Frizzy Hair.
- Reduces hair volume.
- Makes Hair Shinier.
- It Straightens Hair By 80-90% (Excludes African Hair).
At Trend Setters, we offer two kinds of Keratin Hair Treatments:
- The Brazilian Blowout Keratin smoothing therapy with Olaplex.
- The worlds Premium GK Keratin Treatment, which is also called Global Keratin Treatment.
Is it safe?
It’s much better to seek formaldehyde-free treatments. They are not as brilliantly effective and long-lasting as the formaldehyde formulas, but they are much safer.
I colored my hair.
Can I still get a keratin treatment?
Yes! Unlike chemical-straightening relaxers, you can safely have both dyed hair and a keratin treatment without the risk of damage. We recommend our clients to use sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner for maintenance. We also recommend they shampoo their hair once or twice a week, only when necessary. When you shower, rinse your hair with water without shampooing and then apply conditioner only. Do not use salt-based sprays for beachy, textured hair.”
Who should avoid it?
Keratin treatments are not recommended for women who are pregnant.