Yes, you can curl your hair after a keratin treatment as long as you follow the steps below: Plan in advance. Assess the condition of your hair if it’s ready. Don’t rush.
Can you curl your hair if you have a keratin treatment?
A. No, your hair will still have volume after your keratin smoothing treatment. You will still be able to use a curling iron and/or round brush to create body and volume. … If your hair is straight, the treatment will eliminate frizz and give your hair a shiny, healthy look.
Is keratin good for thin hair?
You may consider keratin treatment if your thin hair is curly, coarse, or color-treated. Thin hair that’s fine and straight may not benefit from keratin treatments. You may want your hair to have more volume if you have thin or thinning hair. In this case, there may be more effective treatments than keratin.
How can I get my curls back after keratin?
Individuals who receive a keratin hair treatment are typically restricted to washing their hair just twice a week or less often. To remove the chemicals used in the treatment and promote the return of natural curls, wash your hair much more frequently.
Does keratin permanently change hair?
Keratin will typically fade out of the hair in three to five months and your texture will return to its natural state. Relaxers permanently change the bonds of your hair, so in order to see your natural texture, you have to grow out the chemically treated locks.
What happens when keratin treatment wears off?
By the time your keratin treatment has started to wear off, your hair would have grown anywhere from 1/3 to 2 inches and, since keratin treatments can be reapplied once per month, it’s simple to keep your texture consistent from root to tip.
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.