Keratin Treatment on Black Hair
Using a Brazilian Blowout Keratin straightening treatment for Black hair, makes a less damaging alternative to traditional relaxing products, and the effect of Keratin on black or Afro hair is nowhere near as harsh.
Which is probably why so many black women are turning their backs on old-fashioned hair straightening methods, like relaxers, in favour of something a little more gentle.
• Exceptionally safe and easy to use
• Less damaging than traditional relaxers
• Salon quality results guaranteed
Applying the Brazilian Blowout on black hair creates a far more natural finish, because it contains none of the harmful chemicals – like Amonia - associated with traditional relaxers and perms.The result is amazing. Soft and straight hair that glows with ehalth and vitality.
And while using Keratin treatments on black hair – as an alternative to relaxing – may take more than one application for a truly straight finish, the final result of the Brazilian Blowout on Black Hair is a lot kinderall round, gradually restoring strength and vitality.
It’s perfect if you’re trying to grow your hair out and you’ve been suffering from hair that literally snaps off when it grows a few inches long.
The Keratin smoothing system began life in Brazil, a country containing every possible ethnic blend, and genuine Brazilian Keratin treatments, like Zene Progress, work equally well on Afro or Caucasian hair and everything in between.
Zene Progress has always been a firm favourite of Black women in Brazil, because it’s far kinder than traditional relaxers which can cause breakage and damage your hair.
Brazilian Blowout on Black Hair – Gettng a Truly Straight Finish
Creating a fully relaxed look with the Brazilian Blowout on Black hair may take two applications, (usually applied 5-7 days apart). A first treatment will have a dramatic effect on frizz and strengthen your hair, but as we say, for a genuinely relaxed effect a second application may be needed.
• Once you’ve achieved the straight finish you’re looking for, continue using Keratin straightening products to maintain results and improve the condition of your hair.
Keratin products work gradually on all hair types and that includes the Brazilian Blowout on black hair. Zene Progress produces fabulous effects. In Brazil it’s known as Escova Progressiva, because the results improve and last longer with continued use. Hence the word Progressiva.
Keratin Brazilian Blowout on Hair that’s been Relaxed or Straightened
In Brazil it’s popular for women to use relaxers once then continue with Keratin smoothing treatments indefinitely afterwards. As well as keeping a straight finish it’s great for conditioning. Your hair quickly regains natural shine and new growth remains straight without the familiar dullness of traditionally relaxed hair.
If you relax your hair, you probably know how harsh the results of colouring can look after treatment. And that re-applying a relaxer over previously relaxed hair has its own problems, which could lead to breakage and excessive drying.
Keratin Relaxers for Black and Afro Hair
Keratin Relaxers are a very new development, and come somewhere between traditional relaxers and a Keratin straighetning treatment. Far kinder than normal ‘black hair’ straighteners, the added advantage of bathing your hair in Keratin during the relaxing process makes the final result less prone to breakage, with a softer more natural shine.
Keratin Relaxers and Treatments work very differently to regular Straighteners or Relaxers
Using a Keratin Relaxer will do just the opposite, creating a naturally straight finish, enhancing shine and adding strength. Rather than drying your hair out, it gives it a mega dose of Keratin, which is a healing amino acid, already present in healthy hair. The result is incredible.
How long does a Keratin Brazilian Blowout on Black Hair last?
Because its a progressive process, subsequent Keratin smoothing treatments will last longer, and to improve the results we suggest using Keratin shampoos and conditioners regularly between applications.
A Brazilian Blowout will gradually fade on all hair types, and using a Keratin treatment on black hair is just the same. A first treatment of typically lasts between 6 weeks and 2 months. But with successive applications you can expect results of between 3 and 4 months.