If your hair is curly, curly, or frizzy, or if your texture is just not thick enough, you may want to consider straightening it. So you've heard about the Brazilian smoothing technique. Far from a simple smoothing treatment, this technique comes straight from Brazil is a hair treatment above all suitable for all hair types. I propose in this article a guide on the Brazilian smoothing , with its advantages and risks, the detail of the method of application and its price. In addition we offer the complete method to achieve your smoothing Brazilian yourself at home!
Brazilian smoothing: what is it?
Brazilian Smoothing is a hair straightening technique widely used in hair salons and is intended for women with naturally curly or frizzy hair. The applied solution is created based on liquid keratin which, affixed to each hair, makes it possible to reduce frizz very effectively.
Beyond its effectiveness for hair straightening, this technique is also used for their maintenance. The application of keratin deep into the hair allows to nourish them deeply which brings them an incredible shine . Brazilian smoothing also reduces the drying time of your hair because the outer layer is coated with keratin.
Who is the Brazilian smoothing for?
The Brazilian smoothing is suitable for all types of hair and does not involve any risk for your hair, whether colored or not. In addition the treatment is safe for all hair types and helps to improve their shine and hydration . Keep reading Brazilian Blowout Pros And Cons to learn more.
This treatment is particularly suitable for treating damaged hair of any type and is particularly suitable for frizzy hair that you want to stiffen. It is important not to confuse the Brazilian smoothing with Japanese straightening or straightening which do not have the same vocation and the same method of realization. The Brazilian smoothing is, in the first place, a hair care to stiffen and soften your hair. This technique of smoothing gives particularly successful results if you have thick hair.
THE BRAZILIAN SMOOTHING IS SUITABLE FOR ANY TYPE OF HAIR AND DOES NOT POSE ANY RISK FOR YOUR HAIR, WHETHER COLORED OR NOT.
What are the differences with other keratin treatments?
Although both end results are similar, Brazilian smoothing is a milder treatment than direct keratin treatment . In addition the constraints after its realization are less important. Indeed after a direct treatment with keratin, it is advisable not to tie or comb your hair and avoid washing for several days.
The Brazilian smoothing is much more flexible: your hairdresser does it and rinses it, and that's it!
How long is a Brazilian smoothing and what maintenance?
Your treatment will last from three to four months . You can keep the effects of Brazilian smoothing longer if you reduce your hair washes by taking care to use a shampoo without sulfate .