How to Extend the Life of Your Brazilian Blowout Treatment

by | May 5, 2014 | Hair Care

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If you are one of those people that have been blessed with naturally frizz-free and humidity proof hair – good for you; however, if you are like most people, one rainy day and you will have an instant bad hair day. There is a solution! If you want to have up to 12 weeks of not good, but great, hair days, then the Brazilian Blowout treatment is definitely for you. With the proprietary polymer system offered by the Brazilian Blowout, you will have a protective layer of protein around your hair shafts that work to smooth the cuticle and eliminate frizz while helping to improve the overall condition of the hair.

The Acai Brazilian Blowout products are ideal for anyone that currently colors or uses other chemical treatments on their hair on a regular basis. These products will not only help to improve the health of your hair, even if you have used relaxers or other straighteners in the past, but also help to enhance the color. The fact is, that the more your hair has been chemically damaged, the better results you will see. However, it is not recommended that you go on a damage-binge prior to application! Additionally, unlike a number of other keratin based hair treatments, the Brazilian Blowout offers options that are completely free from any harsh chemicals, including the ever-dreaded formaldehyde.

Another appealing factor of the Brazilian Blowout products is the fact that you can wash your hair directly after application. After all, who wants to go three days without washing their hair, which is what a number of other straightening treatments will require users to do.

If you want to ensure the success of the treatment, while extending the results that are achieved, you need to follow a few specific rules. Extending the longevity of this treatment will also help to reduce the bill at the salon, since you can get the treatments much less.

When it comes to washing your hair, you need to avoid shampooing more than two or three times each week, since this can strip the hair of important essential oils. If you have hair that tends to stay greasy, you should try to use a dry shampoo so that you do not have to excessively wet your locks and risk losing some of the effectiveness of the hair treatment you have received.


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