At Ruby Salon in Annapolis, MD, we not only want to make you look and feel beautiful, but we also want to educate you about hair care. One of the most popular hair treatments that we offer is the Brazilian Blowout. If you are interested in this treatment, here are a few faqs to educate you on the treatment process.
Will the Brazilian Blowout Work on Any Type of Hair?
Yes. Ruby Salon has performed this treatment on individuals with fine, coarse, frizzy and curly hair. Our professionally certified and trained stylists have also used the treatment on hair that has been permed, Japanese straightened, extensions, damaged or processed.
How Will My Hair Look After the Blowout?
Your hair will be frizz-free, shiny, manageable and have plenty of body and bounce. Depending on your type of hair, you have the option to wear it curly or wavy. You can still use a blow dryer for a smoother, straighter style and what’s more, it takes less time to achieve these looks with the Brazilian Blowout.
Will the Brazilian Blowout Work on Highlighted or Colored Hair?
Yes. It will actually improve the shine and the health of color-treated or highlighted hair by conditioning the hair while sealing the cuticle.
Can I Still Get the Brazilian Blowout If I Have a Relaxer?
Yes. The Brazilian Blowout works best on hair that has already been chemically treated. It helps to improve the condition of the hair by fortifying each strand with essential amino acids.
How Long Does It Last?
If you use the Acai After-Care Maintenance product line, the Brazilian Blowout will last up to 12 weeks. The more you receive the blowouts, the healthier the hair becomes, and the results will last longer.
Will I Have More Volume With the Brazilian Blowout?
Your hair will maintain its natural volume and will have a great memory and will bend better when blow-drying or using a curling iron.
Can I Get My Hair Colored the Same Day That I Get the Treatment?
Ruby Salon recommends that you wait at least two weeks after receiving the Brazilian Blowout to color your hair if it was not colored prior to receiving the treatment.