About The Brazilian Blowout Process

The Brazilian Blowout straightening treatment is s unique hairstyling service that Twisted Heads Salon provides in-house.

If you have frizzy hair that’s difficult to manage, or has been damaged by straightening or chemical products, listen up.

This treatment helps remove the need for daily straightening. The goal is wash and go hair that takes much less time to blow dry, is much easier to style, and eliminates the need for electric irons. Ultimately leaving you with plenty of time leftover to continue solving the world’s problems.

Before/After:

Brazilian Blowout Before  Brazilian Blowout After

Not to mention, this blowout method can actually improve the health of your hair. It strengthens your tresses by filling in the damaged cuticles with keratin, while bathing it in moisturizing and softening botanical extracts. It is effective on every type of hair.

Here is a quick walk-through of what to expect from you hairstylist during the straightening treatment:

1. Wash hair with clarifying shampoo

Brazilian Blowout Step 2

2. Apply keratin, in a similar way to applying hair color.

Brazilian Blowout Step 2

3. Blow-dry hair as normal

Brazilian Blowout Step 3

4. Flat-iron hair in very small sections to seal in the formula with extreme heat (450-degrees!)

Brazilian Blowout Step 4

5. Rinse hair and dry one more time.

Brazilian Blowout Step 5

From start to finish, the treatment will take approximately 90 minutes. Results will last between 6 weeks and 3 months with a first treatment and can last up to 4 months with continued applications.

With all that said, is the Brazilian Blowout worth the time and the expense? Absolutely! The unanimous answer so far seems to be "yes" among those who have tried it and are totally satisfied with their shiny, manageable hair. Book your appointment today! Other than frizz, what do you have to lose?

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