THE PERFECT SOLUTION FOR:
Dry damaged mistreated hair
Hair affected by the weather & humidity
Takes too long to manage & style
Transforms the condition and shape of all hair types into lusciously smooth, healthy, straighter, stronger hair that is easier to manage & gorgeous to touch; results can last up to 4 to 5 months
How will a Keratin treatment help me?
Following treatment, care and styling of your hair becomes effortless with minimal amounts of blow drying and styling required for months afterwards, saving you heaps of time in the mornings, a major bonus for clients who find their hair unmanageable or too thick therefore taking too long to style.
You can even walk around on rainy or humid days without worrying that your hair will frizz up. Since the keratin surrounds the hair strands, humidity can't get in and cause hair to go frizzy. The shiny, glossy and lightweight result at the end of the treatment will remain for up to four to five months, or until the treatment naturally breaks down.
How does Keratin work?
Hair relies on keratin to give it strength and form and if your natural keratin levels are low, your hair can appear dry, frizzy, dehydrated and damaged, which is where the man-made treatment comes in... In fact, it even has the royal seal of approval and is loved by none other than Meghan Markle. According to Meghan's former hairstylist, Theonie Kakoulli at Nicky Clarke, it's the secret behind Meghan's sleek ends.
What is a Keratin treatment?
Keratin treatment formulations 'old' and 'new'
Are there any downsides to having a Keratin treatment?
What is the difference between a Brazilian Blowdry and a Keratin treatment?
The Brazilian blow dry has come on leaps and bounds since first coming to UK salons.
The Brazilian Blow Dry is the original name of the process and is also known as ‘Brazilian Hair Straightening’, ‘Permanent Blowdry’ ‘Keratin Hair Straightening’, 'Keratin Blow Dry'. A keratin treatment is what is used within the process. The application and methods will vary depending on which keratin treatment is used.