Q: Can hair be colored before the treatment? A: Yes! A great time to have the treatment done would be directly after permanent color, semi-permanent or highlights.
Is it better to do keratin before or after color?
You should color your hair before undergoing keratin treatment. Book your keratin procedure right after you have got your hair colored. The reason for such timing is that keratin strengthens the color, be it permanent or semi-permanent color or highlights, and your hair retains the new color for a much longer time.
What should you not do before keratin treatment?
BEFORE YOUR KERATIN APPOINTMENT
- Get your permanent color, semi-permanent color or highlights directly before your keratin treatment. …
- Make sure no event requiring an up-do, hat, or any bands or clips is on your schedule as hair must hang loose for three days after your treatment.
Can you do keratin and color at the same time?
Yes! As a matter of fact, a great time to have keratin treatment done would be directly after coloring or chemically treating your hair. The color will be sealed in, leaving your hair vibrant and extending the life of the color. However, you must wait two weeks to color your hair after the treatment.
Does keratin affect hair color?
For best results always consider hair coloring before Keratin treatment. After treatment the Keratin forms a thin layer on your hair and chemicals present in the hair color might not able to penetrate the keratin layer present on hair in the way they should. Thus, you will not get the desired result from hair coloring.
Do I really need to wait 3 days to wash hair after keratin?
It’s best to wait 2-3 days. I have had clients hate that third day so much that they shampoo after 2. Results were fine. The treatment does need time to calibrate which helps ensure lasting results.
How long should you wait between keratin treatments?
Keratin Complex is the strongest and longer lasting of the company’s treatments and can be performed every 4-5 months, depending on the texture of the hair, the home care and the frequency of the shampooing process.
What does hair look like after keratin treatment?
This treatment results in silky smooth hair which gradually fades out after a few months. A Keratin treatment is unlike the straightening/rebonding process. Your hair will neither be flattened out completely, devoid of any volume, nor will it make your roots grow in curly and your ends sleek.