Keratin treatment makes frizzy, unmanageable hair smooth and shiny but it does require some care on your part to keep your hair looking smooth and straight for a long time.
So, today I’ll be sharing with you people some tips on how to take care of keratin treated hair?
AVOID WATER FOR THE FIRST 72 HOURS –
For the first 72 hours after your keratin treatment do not try to wash your hair and try to keep them dry. When bathing wear a shower cap to avoid contact with water. Water can penetrate the hair shaft and make your hair frizzy.
You won’t get the smooth results that you wished for and may even experience multi-textured hair, depending on where the water affected your hair.
DO NOT TIE YOUR HAIR –
Avoid tying your hair for some days or at least for the first 72 hours after the keratin treatment and try to keep them free because during this period of time your hair are most prone to crease and clips and ponytails might leave a dent in your hair.
SHAMPOO AS INFREQUENTLY AS POSSIBLE –
If you wish for your keratin treatment to last for a longer period of time then make use of shampoo as infrequently as you can because shampoo contains sodium chloride which is undoubtedly the number one enemy of keratin treated hair.
Wash hair only with Keratin Complex Keratin Shampoo and conditioner as they are fee of sulfates and sodium chloride.
TRY TO USE A SILK PILLOW AT NIGHT –
Silk pillows prevent hair from tangling by preventing friction. So, after keratin treatment try to use a silk pillow while sleeping for long lasting effects of the treatment. Your hair will look better in the mornings and you won’t need to wash it or detangle it many times.
USE A WIDE TOOTHED WOODEN COMB –
Wooden combs are soft on the hair and do not create friction. The natural wooden fibers work great to condition your hair. As you comb, the natural oils from your scalp coat your hair shaft all the way down to the ends. Wide-tooth wooden combs don’t tend to pull or break the hair.
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