Posted by: Tayden Kuhn
We commonly associate summer’s dry heat with hair damage, however, winter is just as bad for our tresses, thanks to dropping temps and the simultaneous blasting of indoor heaters. The good news is—there are plenty of treatments, tools and tips for preventing hair damage, all winter long.
One of my favorite treatments this time of year is the Brazilian Blowout—a customizable smoothing treatment that offers up to to 12 weeks of protection. So if you scheduled your appointment today, your hair would be protected (and winter-hat proof) through mid-January!
Here’s what the treatment is, why I love it, and why I think it would be perfect for you.
The Brazilian Blowout is a customizable smoothing treatment that improves the condition of the hair by creating a protective protein layer around the hair shaft to eliminate frizz and smooth the cuticle. It’s also great for sealing in your color and takes about 80 minutes.
Unlike other smoothing treatments that require product to be left in the hair for a period of time, Brazilian Blowouts are completed in the salon so there is no waiting period and no restrictions. You can exercise, get your hair wet, put hair in a ponytail or clip immediately following the service without worry.
The hair will be left totally frizz-free, shiny, effortlessly manageable and with plenty of body and bounce. There is still 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.
Anyone! Whether you’re looking for a quick frizz-fix for vacation, a special occasion or, simply short on time, the Brazilian Blowout is specially formulated to deliver up to 12 weeks of smooth, frizz-free no hassle hair.
If you want to avoid dryness, static, frizz, and general lack of that luscious, smooth, shiny summer hair—schedule a consultation to talk through the Brazilian Blowout process, or book your appointment today.
Tayden Kuhn is an Advanced Designer at our Eagan – Cedar Cliff location.