Will I still be able to curl my hair? Your hair will still have volume after your Brazilian Blowout Treatment! You will still be able to use a curling iron and/or round brush to create body and volume.
Do and don’ts after Brazilian Blowout?
Do not wet your hair for at least 72 hours after the treatment. Do not color your hair for 6 weeks. Do not rest your glasses on your head about 72 hours after treatment. Do not rest your scalp on cotton pillow cases.
When can I tie my hair after Brazilian Blowout?
If you want to tie your hair up, wait until the keratin has been in the hair for at least three days, and then use a soft hair tie for short intervals of time.
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.
Does Brazilian straight hair curly when wet?
Virgin hair will regain its natural curl or wave pattern when wet. And upon drying it will often be lighter or less weighty than it was when dry. This is often due to the fact that dirt and product buildup was removed when it was wet.
Are Brazilian blowouts worth it?
While everyone is a good candidate for a Brazilian Blowout, including those who have color-treated, permed, or relaxed hair, someone with naturally smooth, straight hair would not really benefit. … However, a Brazilian Blowout can certainly cut down your drying time significantly.
How can I make my Brazilian Blowout last longer?
6 Hacks for Making Your Blowout Last Longer, According to Celebrity Hairstylists
- Shampoo with vigor—twice. Most of us are very busy and often in a rush to get out of the house in the morning. …
- Use dry shampoo in-between washes. …
- Avoid getting your hair wet. …
- Maintain volume with rollers. …
- Go easy on oils and serums.