11
Oct

What is Brazilian Blowout?

Every women love to have beautiful, soft and silky hair. Designer clothing, perfectly applied makeup, and fine jewelry are all wasted if your hair looks greasy, dull, or messy and not styled. Smooth and silky hair is one of the attributes of the beauty. There are many techniques used for hair to become silky. Brazilian blowout is one of the professional smoothing treatments to keep healthy, silky and to make attractive hair.

Brazilian blowout is the technique used for smoothing hair to improve the health condition of the hair by creating the protective protein layer around the hair to eliminate frizz and smooth the cuticle. As the name appears, it is developed in Brazil for curly haired people. Brazilian blowout treatment takes approximately 2 to 3 hours and it costs around $400 depending on the thickness and length of the hair. Brazilian blowout will last for three months with proper maintenance after the treatment.

The process of Brazilian blowout begins with washing hair with shampoo and then Brazilian blowout solution. After drying hair, professional stylist will divide the hair into several layers to comb and then dusting each layer with smoothing solution to become hair shaft with protective protein layer. Then dry hair to make very straight by using flat iron brush about 2 to 3 inches which reaches 450 degrees. After ironing, stylist will rinse hair without shampoo. After drying, apply Brazilian blowout deep conditioning masque and next Brazilian blowout daily smoothing serum for the final touch to make smooth, frizz free, healthy and radiant shiny hair.

Though the treatment is very expensive, it takes out too many curls. With Brazilian blowout hair becomes natural wavy, frizz free and beautiful. There are absolutely many differences between the brands in Brazilian blowout. Be sure to find a certified and experienced stylist before undergoing this smoothing process for better results. It is advised to use the aftercare and maintenance products for manageable and smooth hair to continue long lasting treatment for 10 to 12 weeks.

There are risks with excessive heat (450 degree), ironing and smoothing cream that contains formaldehyde which irritates the eyes, skin and lungs, if inhaled by some sensitive individuals.

There are some safety tips to avoid Brazilian blowout risks.

  • Do not apply solution directly to scalp.
  • Wear protective glasses and gloves to prevent irritation and skin allergies.
  • Proper ventilation is used for treatment
  • Follow professional hair stylist’s directions while using the products.
  • Limit the over application of creams.