You want the kind of straight, sexy, and luxurious hair that only a Brazilian keratin hair straightening treatment can give you. But you also want to change the color or your hair. So what can you do?
The wrong answer is to do both treatments at the same time. Take it from us: Experience has proven that this is a bad idea.
Instead, the answer is simple but requires a little patience. All you need to do is get your hair straightened using Maria Teixeira’s Brazilian keratin hair straightening treatment. Then wait a couple of weeks before getting your hair colored.
The Sequence Is Important
Notice that the sequence is straightening first, coloring second. That’s important because if you do it the other way around, you probably aren’t going to be satisfied with the results. It may even end up giving you a look that is disastrous.
Any experienced hairstylist should warn you against coloring your hair immediately before getting a Brazilian keratin hair straightening treatment. If they don’t, it’s probably time to find another stylist. You don’t want your stylist learning from their mistakes, especially when you are the guinea pig they are experimenting on.
You Really Can Have It All
Waiting two or three weeks after getting a Brazilian keratin hair straightening treatment before dying your hair gives your hair time to settle down from the heat treatment used to bind the keratin to your hair’s natural protein.
Hair dye and hot irons don’t get along, especially right away. But waiting a couple of weeks then dying your hair your desired new color or shade will give you long, straight, and sexy hair with the look you want.
It’s simple: Get a keratin treatment first, wait two to three weeks, then have your stylist color your hair. The results will speak for themselves.