We are lucky to live in a time when so many hair treatments are available. With the efforts of hairdressers and hairstylists, we can achieve stunning results and make our hair obedient, straight, smooth, and shiny. Although most of these procedures are chemical, they provide an amazing temporary effect and save us from worrying about our styling.
Keratin treatment is a procedure that can make your damaged hair look stronger and smoother. Keratin is one of the main components of your hair. However, it is a chemical procedure, so it can eventually lead to more hair damage if you do it too often. If your keratin treatment is done properly, the result will last about 6 months.
This treatment helps to prevent breakage and reinforces the hair strand structure by filling in weak and damaged areas. There are several types of this procedure, but any of them will make your hair look smooth, shiny, and healthy for about 4 weeks.
This treatment helps to deep cleanse the scalp and locks with a special shampoo that can cut through all the product buildup and remove dirt. This detox treatment is extremely effective in boosting your hair growth, making it thicker and easier to style.
Hair botox is a deep conditioning procedure for dry ends and frizzy hair that coats hair fibers with a keratin filler. The treatment fills in any broken or thin areas on each hair and makes your locks look more silky, full, and lustrous.
Pro Olaplex Treatment is a 3-step procedure that prevents your hair damage and repairs it at the molecular level. A patented ingredient, Bis-aminopropyl diglycoldimaleate, actively restores the broken bonds within the locks and is extremely effective both as individual treatment and in complex with other services, for example, with hair coloring. Olaplex treatment can’t damage your hair no matter how often you do it.
The exact cost of treatment depends on the salon and your hair length. To keep the result longer, do not neglect the recommendations of your hairdresser. Your locks may need some special care after hair treatments.