Brazilian Blowouts have had a bad rap lately – so we are here to set the record straight!
Unlike other smoothing system treatments, Brazilian Blowouts contain zero Formaldehyde in their solutions.
Sound too good to be true?
Well, this amazing treatment uses amino acids to create a protective layer around each hair strand, instantly diminishing frizz, sealing the cuticle, and providing armor against any external damage. The smoothing treatment originated in Brazil, and uses ingredients indegenous to the country including camu camu, annatto seed, and açai berry. After getting the treatment, your hair will be left hydrated, less frizzy, and more resilient to heat styling—not to mention, with an insanely glossy mirror-like shine.
SAY GOODBYE TO FRIZZ!!!
Do you ever wish you could take a shower and walk out the door without styling your hair or doing anything to it with out any worry of your hair turning into a giant frizz ball? Well, with the Brazilian Blowout you can – so hit the snooze button and give yourself that extra half hour of sleep you’ve been needing in your life!
No Strings Attached
There’s no need to worry about messing up your hair after you get your Brazilian Blow out. One of the best parts of a Brazilian blowout is, like other smoothing treatments, the process is done as soon as you walk out of the salon!
That’s right ladies, you can immediately wash your hair, hit the gym or put your gorgeous locks in a stylish pony tail or clip without the worry.
As mentioned earlier, other smoothing treatments require you to wait three full days before rinsing out the product at home! And during that time you can’t do anything that will crease your hair, such as putting your hair behind your ears or wearing barrettes or bobby pins. That is a lot of time spent planning ahead that some of us just don’t have.
3 Months of No Bad Hair Days!
Brazilian Blowout Treatment Pro Tip
Brazilian Blowouts Just Might Be Your New Best Friend!
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Mika. “AKS Must Haves….. and Why.” Salon AKS Blog, 5 July 2016, http://www.salonaks.com/blog/aks-must-haves-and-why-by-mika/. Accessed 4 December 2016.