Keratin Treatments

Q. Who is the best candidate for the Keratin Treatment?

A. It has been our experience, that good candidates for the Keratin Treatment are anyone who has frizzy, damaged or processed hair. We have performed the treatment on every hair type (fine/course/frizzy/curly), as well as hair that has been permed, Japanese straightened and extensions.  In doing so, we have found that with proper communication and a well considered application, everyone can benefit from the Keratin Treatment smoothing treatment.

Q. What kind of look will you get from the Keratin Treatment?

A. The hair will be left totally frizz-free, shiny, effortlessly manageable and with plenty of body and bounce.  There will still be the option to wear hair curly/wavy (depending on the hair type) and the freedom to blow dry hair smooth and straight in a fraction of the time invested prior to receiving the treatment.

Q. Can I still receive a Keratin Treatment if I have highlights and/or color?

A. Yes, the Keratin Treatment will actually improve the health of color-treated/highlighted hair by conditioning the hair while sealing the cuticle for enhanced color, reduced frizz and radiant shine.

Q. Is the Keratin Treatment going to make my hair straight?

A. If your hair is wavy, the Keratin Treatment will make your hair appear naturally straight and healthy. If your hair is very curly, it will minimize frizz while enhancing the appearance of the natural wave/curl. If you have straight, frizzy hair, this treatment will eliminate frizz and promote radiant shine.

Q. Can you apply the keratin treatment directly on top of other relaxers and strengtheners?

A. Yes. The Keratin Treatment actually works best on chemically treated hair, and helps to improve the hairs condition by fortifying each strand with essential amino acids.

The Keratin Treatment works great directly on top of a relaxer. Perform the relaxer first, Keratin Treatment next, and then neutralize at the very end of both treatments. 

The Keratin Treatment is great to perform when someone is trying to move away from having relaxers or Japanese straighteners.  It puts movement back into the hair, allowing the hair to look its best.