Is Keratin Good for your Hair?

As young professionals and entrepreneurs, we’re BUSY. Busy being the best boss, employee, mom, girlfriend, wife, BFF, daughter, athlete …I could go on but you understand. We often look for ways in which we can create more simplified ways of living. And let’s be honest, our hair care routine takes up a major part of our lives.

Personally, I love that there has been a shift in men and women, particularly women of color, embracing their natural curl patterns and textures over the last decade. But how can we still embrace our beautiful kinks and coils without spending countless hours in preparation to do so?

By now, many of us have heard of keratin smoothing services. First, let’s understand exactly what keratin is. It is a fibrous protein found in hair, skin, and nails. Hair, which is almost entirely composed of this high sulfur protein helps to strengthen and reinforce the hair shaft from within. Strong hair = reduced breakage which in turn results in length maintenance.

Now that we know this, we can clear up all of these online myths about keratin being bad for the hair. In fact, there are several benefits to this service. Finished with heat styling, the effects of the keratin smoothing agents will deliver dramatically improved shine, reduced frizz, increased manageability, reduced blow-dry time, and increased longevity of straight styles. You can expect that the advantages of this service will last between three and four months. What’s best about this keratin treatment is that it will NOT permanently alter your curl pattern. Sounds like a win-win to me! 

If you’re hoping to save time and reduce stress on wash day, this is worth the try! Although this will save you time on a day-to-day basis - like many things in our lives - this too, will require maintenance if you fall in love with the results. Don’t hesitate to click that Book button on the homepage to schedule your Keratin Smoothing Service or to request a consultation.

 

Be free + Bye for now!

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