Table of Contents
- What is Keratin Treatment?
- How is Keratin Treatment Done?
- Can I Do Keratin Treatment Myself?
- How Do You Do a Keratin Treatment at Home?
- How Long Do You Leave Keratin Treatment in Your Hair?
What is Keratin Treatment?
Keratin treatment is a chemical process used to smooth and straighten the hair. It is often referred to as a “Brazilian Blowout” or “Keratin Complex Treatment”. The treatment can last up to 3 months and helps to reduce frizz and add shine to the hair. The treatment is most often done by a professional in a salon, but there are also some at-home kits available.
How is Keratin Treatment Done?
Keratin treatments are usually done in a salon by an experienced stylist. The process involves the use of special shampoos and other products to clean the hair before the treatment is applied. The treatment solution is then applied to the hair and left on for an extended period of time. After the treatment solution is removed, the hair is blow-dried and flat-ironed to lock in the smooth, straightening effect.
Can I Do Keratin Treatment Myself?
It is not recommended to do a keratin treatment yourself, as it is a very specialized process that should be done by a professional. At-home kits are available, but they may not provide the same results as a professional treatment.
How Do You Do a Keratin Treatment at Home?
If you do decide to do a keratin treatment at home, you should first speak to a professional about it and make sure that you understand the process and how to properly use the products. Follow the instructions on the product carefully, and make sure that you use a safe heat source such as a flat iron or a blow dryer.
How Long Do You Leave Keratin Treatment in Your Hair?
The amount of time that the treatment should be left in the hair depends on the type and brand of product being used. Most products should be left in the hair for at least 30 minutes, although some may require up to 3 hours. It is important to follow the instructions on the product carefully.