From: Vincent J (184.108.40.206)
In Reply to: More Brazilian Keratin Treatment questions posted by Karen on March 5, 2007 at 7:28 am:
1)Is there a chance of over or underprocessing with this
As with any process the possibility exists that the hair may be overprocessed.This will occur if
2)With thermal reconditioning, the promise is always of silky smooth hair, but the reality is that hair can be left dry or damaged and not wash and go. What, realistically, should one expect? Say, for example, someone has damaged hair from a TR and it cannot be left to air dry (because of frizz from the damage). Will it be wash and go? Will a blow dry be necessary.
Because this is a Keratin based product it will work to rebuild the hair. The more damaged the hair the better the results. Repeated applications will make the hair silkier and smoother.As with natural straight hair the final results will also depend on the type of haircut that you have.A minimal amount of blowdrying is all that will be needed. The more layered the look the more work that may be required, not to achieve straightness a silky feel but to style
3)How will it hold up in humidity?
The Brazilian Keratin Treatment will rebuild the hair shaft and leave a light crystal like coating on the hair to seal in the proteins. This will leave the hair very shiny and will repel humidity.
4) Does it smell bad like perms and relaxers.
The product actually has a very light fragrance that will not linger after you shampoo for the first time