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A Brazilian Blowout is a professional hair smoothing treatment that originated in Brazil. It is designed to improve the manageability, texture, and appearance of frizzy, curly, or unmanageable hair. The treatment involves the application of a protein-rich solution containing keratin, which is infused into the hair using heat to create a protective layer around each hair strand. This process helps to:

  1. Eliminate frizz: The Brazilian Blowouts significantly reduces frizz and tames unruly hair, resulting in smoother, more manageable locks.

  2. Enhance shine: The treatment adds a glossy, silky finish to the hair, increasing its natural shine and luster.

  3. Improve manageability: The Brazilian Blowout makes hair easier to style and maintain, reducing the need for excessive heat styling tools, which can damage hair over time.

  4. Reduce drying time: The treatment helps to reduce the time it takes to dry your hair, making daily hair care routines more efficient.

  5. Maintain curl pattern: Unlike some hair straightening treatments, a Brazilian Blowout allows you to retain your natural curl pattern while enjoying smoother, frizz-free hair.

A Brazilian Blowout typically lasts for up to 12 weeks, depending on hair type and how well it is maintained. To prolong the effects of the treatment, it is essential to use sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners, as well as follow any other specific aftercare instructions provided by your stylist.

Root color plus highlight is a combination hair coloring service that involves two processes: root touch-up and highlighting. This technique is used to create a more dimensional, vibrant, and natural-looking hair color. Here's a breakdown of the two components:

  1. Root Color: This process focuses on coloring the roots of the hair, typically to cover gray hair or match the root color to the rest of the hair. The hair colorist applies a hair dye to the regrowth area, ensuring that the roots blend seamlessly with the existing color. Root touch-ups are usually done every 4-6 weeks, depending on hair growth and the desired look.

  2. Highlight: Highlighting is the process of adding lighter strands of color to the hair to create dimension, depth, and a more natural appearance. The hair colorist selects small sections of hair and applies a lightening agent, usually using foils, balayage, or other techniques. The result is a mix of lighter and darker strands that mimic the way hair naturally lightens in the sun.

When combined, root color plus highlight offers a comprehensive hair coloring service that addresses both root regrowth and the desire for a multi-dimensional, natural-looking color. This technique is especially popular among individuals who want to maintain a consistent hair color while adding depth and movement to their overall look.

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