All the smoothing and healing effects of a keratin treatment
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The Brazilian Blowout Express Keratin Treatment significantly reduces frizz while making hair soft and shiny, but without affecting the natural curl shape of the hair. Get all the smoothing and healing effects of a keratin treatment without having to sacrifice curl, wave, or volume. Hair can be washed in just 24 hours.SHORT APPLICATION TIME
PROMOTES HEALING OF HAIR
BLOCKS THE EFFECTS OF HUMIDITY
STRAIGHTENS & SMOOTHS
LASTS UP TO 3-4 MONTHS
Shampoo the hair with Hair Bar NYC Basic Shampoo; shampoo the hair twice for normal or dry hair, three times for oily or thick hair.
Rinse the shampoo thoroughly and towel dry the hair well. Remove the remaining moisture using a blow dryer, until hair is about 80% dry.
Divide the hair into four (4) sections – separate the hair along the crown of the head, then split the hair down the middle.
Starting at the nape of the neck, take out a thin section of hair and apply Blowout Express Keratin Treatment. Comb the product through the section of hair, making sure the whole section is saturated with the product. Continue to repeat Step 4 until all of the hair is saturated with the product.
Allow the Blowout Express Keratin Treatment to process for thirty (30) minutes. **Optional: For resist hair. Put the client under the dryer for 15-20 minutes.
After the processing time is complete, rinse the hair for ten (10) seconds if the hair is virgin, fifteen (15) seconds if the hair is chemically processed. **Do NOT use HOT water!
Towel Dry the hair, then apply a few drops of Silk Touch System Serum and proceed to dry the hair with a blow dryer until hair is fully dry.
Divide the hair into four (4) sections, using the same technique as in Step 3.
Starting at the nape of the neck, take out a thin section of hair and begin flat ironing that section from the roots to ends. Flat iron the same section six (6) to ten (10) times, depending on the strength and texture of the hair. The flat iron temperature should be set between four hundred (400) to four hundred and twenty (420) degrees Fahrenheit. Maximum heat should be used only on extremely resistant hair. Continue this process until all the hair is flat ironed. Be cautious of the ends during this process, especially if the ends are dry or brittle.