Tammy Kilen @ FX You Salon & Spa » Keratin Treatment FAQ
How Does it Work...
When it comes to keratin, tough is good. Its strong protective qualities improve the hair both inside and out. Our unique biopolymer ingredient is virtually a “liquid form of hair” that gently blends with the hair on your head. It brings to hair what it was lacking to begin with and what it has lost over the years.
Is the hair dull dry and damaged? Is it curly, wavy, frizzy, overly voluminous or unmanageable? Application of our keratin treatment puts an end to all that.
The smaller keratin molecules penetrate the hair cortex improving and repairing the quality of the hair from the inside. The added strength, elasticity and moisture result in the smooth, soft, shiny and straightened effect.
The larger molecules coat the hair cuticle and take the environmental insults such as UV rays, smog, and smoke for your hair on the outside. Further damage to the hair shaft is prevented.
F A Q - Frequently Asked Questions
1. Can you do the treatment over Japanese straightening?
Yes. You can do the treatment over any kind of straightening.
No. It is a treatment based of keratin that naturally straightens your hair.
Yes. For better results we recommend only after you color your hair.
Yes. You can do the treatment over any chemical.
Yes. You can do the highlights and do the treatment right after.
Yes. But it wont last as long as a previously colored or chemically treated hair.
Yes. We recommend you color the hair first.
Yes. We recommend to do so only 2 weeks after you have done the treatment.
Yes, but only 3 whole days after you have done the Coppola treatment, with the Brazilian your hair is washed the same day.
Blow dry immediately.
Yes after 3 days with the Coppola Treatment and immediately with the Brazilian Treatment.
2 months on virgin hair, and 3-4 on any other type of hair.
We recommend our shampoo, because it does not contain Sodium Chloride, and it also has Keratin and UV protection.
The whole head.
3 months or as needed.
Use either a blow dryer or flat iron to straighten out the ridge in the hair.
It is not recommended by the FDA.
No. Because the smell may irritate the child.
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