What type of KERATIN treatment should I go for?

What type of KERATIN treatment should I go for?
You most likely have an idea of what the Keratin treatment will do to your hair. But it begs the question, which kind should I choose? The Botox treatment, the Classic treatment, and the Supersmooth treatment are the three primary Keratinworks treatment procedures. Each is personalized to your hair and desired outcomes. To correctly execute the therapy, you must know exactly what results you want for the hairstylist. Do you know how long each technique lasts, how long it takes, and the critical difference between the three? You’re in luck, because today we’ll go through each form of treatment in detail, and by the end, you’ll have a lot better notion of what our smoothing method can do.

What type of KERATIN treatment should I go for?

How long does each treatment last?

Let’s get one thing straight before we go into each phase. EACH TREATMENT might take anywhere from 3 to 6 MONTHS to complete because everyone’s hair texture and ability to retain the treatment differs, so will everyone’s ability to hold the antidote. However, post-keratin maintenance is critical to ensuring that the Keratin lasts as long as feasible. Keep in mind that the more regularly you wash your hair, the faster the therapy will progress. Shampooing your hair 1-2 times a week can help it last longer – closer to 6 months – for the best results.

Also, if your hair grows quickly, your roots will be devoid of Keratin, and the more sources you have, the more likely you will need to renew your keratin treatment. People with shorter hair are more likely to notice it than those with really long hair.

How long does each treatment take?

Following a consultation with your hairdresser, they will be able to estimate how long the procedure will take. Treatment might take anywhere from 2.5 to 3 hours to complete. The longer the treatment takes, the thicker your hair is. A procedure, for example, can take up to 3.5 hours in severe instances. But, as previously said, everyone is different; thus, the time it takes to complete therapy may vary. Let’s go on now that that’s out of the way.

What type of KERATIN treatment should I go for?

BOTOX TREATMENT

This treatment is appropriate for curly hair with little to no waves. This procedure, however, can be used on persons with frizzy or severely curly hair. There are no restrictions on which techniques may be used on which types of hair. This treatment will primarily minimize frizz, repair, moisturize, and refresh shine while maintaining the curl and volume of your hair.

 

CLASSIC TECHNIQUE

If maximal smoothing is desired, this treatment is best for persons who have naturally curly AND wavy hair/loose curls. People with frizzy or highly curly hair, on the other hand, can use this method to get a looser curl and eliminate frizz. There are no restrictions on which techniques may be used on which types of hair. Keratin will erase frizz, rejuvenate shine, diminish volume, and minimize curl in this precise procedure.

What type of KERATIN treatment should I go for?

SUPERSMOOTH TECHNIQUE

This treatment is excellent for persons who have frizzy, coarse ethnic hair that is quite curly.

This procedure will fully erase frizz, rejuvenate shine, eliminate volume, and MAXIMIZE smoothness for this type of hair.

Now that you know what each technique will produce in terms of results, your hairdresser will assess which one is perfect for your hair during the consultation to give you the ultimate hair shine!