Brazilian Blowout Smoothing Treatment

Please be advised that what you are about to read is my opinion as a hair stylist. This information is based on the results the product has on my clients hair. 

 

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Repair Past Damage

And Protect Against Future Damage.

We proudly offer Brazilian Blowout, the only professional smoothing treatment that improves the overall health of hair while providing smooth, frizz free radiant results for 8 to 12 weeks.

1. How does Brazilian Blowout work?

Through the use of innovative and breakthrough bonding technologies, these treatments actually improve the health and condition of the hair by creating a protective protein layer around the hair shaft to eliminate frizz and smooth the cuticle.

 

2. Will Brazilian Blowout leave my hair limp, and unable to curl?

No.  Your stylist controls how straight the hair will be by the amount of passes she makes with the flatiron, and the temperature of the flatiron.  There are two formulas for Brazilian Blowout. The Zero formula is designed for finer textures of hair and the Original formula is designed for courser hair. A consultation is best to choose the right formula for your hair type.

According to the Brazilian blowout website “Brazilian Blowout Zero has been shown to be most effective with clients that have thinner hair or less challenging waves and/or curls.  0% Formaldehyde released before, during or after the treatment.”  Please be advised that the Original Brazilian Blowout Solution for course hair has Formaldehyde.

 

3. What is the risk of Formaldehyde in the Brazilian Blowout Original Solution?

The formaldehyde is released when heat is applied to the hair.  The fumes from the treatment are controlled by the amount of product that is applied to the hair. A very small amount of the solution is needed. We use an air purifier to remove fumes and clean the air.

 

4. How soon can I shampoo my hair after the Brazilian Blowout?

No down time! The minute you leave the salon, you can wash and air dry your hair, workout, put your hair in a ponytail or clip and it will be smooth, frizz-free and radiant!

 

5. How long does a Brazilian Blowout last?

On African American hair the Brazilian Blowout can last 8 to 11 weeks.
It depends on your hair type and how fast your hair grows.

 

6. Does it really work on African American hair?

Yes. This treatment is perfect for anyone who is considering growing out a relaxer, in the process of transitioning, wants to relax their curl without the harshness of a relaxer on their curls. Has a sensitive scalp but wants that smoothness and manageability of a relaxer.

 

7. Brazilian Blowout help my hair grow?

No product can make your hair grow.  Your hair grows, and sheds by different growth stages called anagen, telogen and catagen.

 

8. Can I wear my hair curly and straight?

Yes. Depending on your hair type you can wear your hair curly or straight with the Brazilian Blowout.  As long as you don’t have any other issues that affect your curls prior to the Brazilian Blowout you will have the flexibility to do both.

 

 9. How much does a service cost?

The treatment cost $350 and up. The products to maintain the service at home are included with this price.

 

10. What can I do at home to maintain my Brazilian Blowout?

Use the Acai Brazilian Blowout products to ensure long lasting results.  This treatment will cut your blow-dry and styling time in half at home.

 

11.  Does the Brazilian have to grow out my hair similar to a relaxer?

No. The treatment rinses out of your hair in 8 to 11 weeks. At that time you can decide to do another Brazilian or stop and your hair will not be affected. You will know when your hair needs a new treatment because it will begin to be unmanageable.

 

12. Why does the treatment cost so much?

The Brazilian blowout is an expensive service because it is time consuming. On African American hair it can take as long as 3 hours from beginning to end.  The Brazilian blowout product is an expensive product for the hairstylist or salon owner to purchase.

 

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