Hair Straightening
What is Hair Straightening?

Hair straightening treatments are chemical processes that restructure the hair. When the chemical solution breaks down the form of the hair strand, heat is applied to reform the strand in a straight configuration. The process is undertaken with a considerable examination of the hair and health of the client. This is so because there are different techniques used for different types of hair and depending on the health of the client..

Hair straightening treatments involve the chemical modification of the texture and form of your hair. You can choose one of several methods to make your hair lie flat even if it is naturally curly,

This effect can remain for several months or more until new hair grows to replace the hair that was treated.

A perm refers to a chemical process that permanently alters the hair follicle. 

Keratin hair treatments and Brazilian blowouts are both methods of rendering your hair with a straight texture, with the effect lasting 3 to 5 months.

Japanese thermal hair straightening, which is also known as an acid perm, is more like a traditional “straight” perm than a keratin treatment.

Hair rebonding also makes wavy hair straighter strands. It is also known as chemical straightening.

Steps of Hair Straightening:

1.    A chemical solution is used to change the way that the proteins in your hair are configured.

2.    A neutralizer fixes the hair in its new appearance in perms and Japanese thermal straightening procedures. This neutralizer causes your hair to lock into its new shape, with new bonds forming between the protein molecules of your hair.

3.    Several hours later, the chemical solution will infuse into the hair. Now, by applying the neutralizer, you can style your hair.

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