What does a keratin treatment actually do? Keratin treatments fill in the porosity of your hair, as overly-porous hair causes tangles, frizz, and breakage. Your hair is made up of keratin, so the treatment is putting the protein back into the hair, which is often lost due to age and chemical services.
Just like ombre highlights, strobing and contouring, keratin treatments are yet another topic that stays trending in the beauty world, and if one of your friends has ever tried it out, chances are, she can’t stop talking about the magic it worked on her hair. If blowing out your strands feels more like playing tug-of-war, you could benefit from its smoothing results, though the variety of at-home versions can make the world of keratin slightly harder to navigate. Here’s everything you need to know before getting the treatment, and most importantly, how to keep it. First things first, determine if your hair type is right for the service—curly and frizzy textures will see the most benefits, whereas fine, straight strands should avoid it altogether.
Keratin Treatment essentially rebuilding the damaged areas, you can expect to see an increase in shine, less frizz, and an easier styling process overall. Immediately following your treatment, make sure to invest in a Sulfate-Free Shampoo (Unnique AFC Shampoo) —in order for the keratin to live up to its promises. This part should be removed since our treatments are removed max. after 24hrs. Specially designed to cleanse, increase manageability and hydrate the hair as well as protecting your Keratin Treatment so it lasts longer!)
Make sure to determine the best formula, particularly if you are a blonde, as every keratin treatment isn’t created equally. Some treatments with glycolic acid can shift the tonality of hair color. Color Fix line, designed especially to Protect, maintain, and enhance your color perfect blonde!
You’ll also need to take a closer look at the ingredients in your current shampoo and conditioner lineup. KBS After Care Shampoo Sulfate-free formulas are the key to longevity. A manufacturer’s shampoo will prolong it due to the fact that research has been done so that the shampoo doesn’t counteract the treatment.
If you do your homework and use the right after-care products, such as; Unnique After Care Shampoo, Conditioner, and Mask, your treatment should last at least two months, possibly more depending on your hair type, and how often you choose to lather up. It’s important that you use the treatments as maintenance and post-regimen routine.