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What happens if I tie my hair up after keratin?
The keratin is still malleable, so if you put your hair in a ponytail or use a hair clip, it can leave dents in the hair. If you want to tie your hair up, wait until the keratin has been on the hair for at least four days, and then use a soft hair tie for short periods of time.
What can you not do after a keratin treatment?
FOR THREE DAYS AFTER YOUR KERATIN APPOINTMENT
- When you shower, use the absolute best shower cap. …
- If you work out and/or sweat, get to a dryer asap. …
- No swimming, not even with a swim cap.
- No saunas, baths, hot tubs, steam showers, skiing, skating.
Why can’t you tie your hair after keratin?
Avoid using hair clips for the first 48 hours after having a keratin treatment applied to your hair. … That means no clips, ponytail holders or other hair accessories. Using these decorative devices will leave a bend or dent in your hair, ruining the straight effect the keratin treatment is designed to impart.
Can I straighten my hair after keratin treatment?
Yes. A keratin treatment will work on hair that has previously been chemically treated with a relaxer or a straightener as long as your scalp and hair are healthy enough to receive professional salon services.
Will sweat ruin a keratin treatment?
Once your keratin treatment has set, there’s no need to worry about sweating. When you work out, pull your hair into a ponytail to keep it off your face. Otherwise, you should be just fine. Ladies who were used to sweat ruining their styles should notice marked results — sweaty hair will dry without frizzing.
Do I really need to wait 3 days to wash hair after keratin?
Wait three or four days after getting your keratin treatment before washing your hair. That’s generally the amount of time it takes the keratin to penetrate and really start working on your hair.
What does hair look like after keratin treatment?
This treatment results in silky smooth hair which gradually fades out after a few months. A Keratin treatment is unlike the straightening/rebonding process. Your hair will neither be flattened out completely, devoid of any volume, nor will it make your roots grow in curly and your ends sleek.