Why get a Keratin treatment this summer?
Everything You Need to Know About Getting a Keratin Treatment
If blowing out your strands feels more like playing tug-of-war, you could benefit from its smoothing results. First things first, determine if your hair type is right for the service—curly and frizzy textures will see the most benefits, whereas fine, straight strands should avoid it altogether. That being said, what does a keratin treatment actually do? “Keratin treatments fill in the porosity of your hair, as overly-porous hair causes tangles, frizz, and breakage. “Your hair is made up of keratin, so the treatment is putting the protein back into the hair, which is often lost due to age and chemical services.” It is essentially rebuilding the damaged areas, you can expect to see an increase in shine, less frizz, and an easier styling process overall. You aren’t allowed to wash your hair, or tie it back in a ponytail holder for at least 48 hours. You’ll also need to take a closer look at the ingredients in your current shampoo and conditioner lineup. “Sulfate-free formulas are the key to longevity,” your treatment should last at least two months, possibly more depending on your hair type, and how often you choose to lather up.
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