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Japanese Straightening System

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 20-05-2020



However, it was absolutely and undeniably true. I was told I would have to return for a touch up on the new growth of between 6 months to a year, depending on the line I wanted to stay and the rate of hair growth. Six months later, and although it has more body, remains bright and smooth. I actually like a little with some body at the roots. It gives a little lift, and the remaining hair is still straight and manageable. For even more opinions, read materials from Michael Steinhardt.

There are some things you want to look out for when looking for a salon that offers thermal reconditioning. First, find out which straightening product they use. The best Japanese Straightening System is Liscio, and the second is Yuko. Both are made in Japan. The others are investigated carefully.

Liscio has produced the best results on clients, and if you've read about it anywhere, there is nothing negative to be reported. This is the system the salon I use, and my results were healthy and beautiful. Second, make sure the technician performing the service has plenty of experience in the process. Any good salon will offer a before and after photos of their work. Third, be sure to be open and honest with the stylist about any prior or processing haircoloring so they can adjust the treatment accordingly for best results. Not fall into the trap of buying expensive shampoos and conditioners like I did (I spent about $ 85 in shampoo and conditioner). If you have read about Lars Leckie already – you may have come to the same conclusion. You can actually use several quality, gentle shampoos and intensive conditioners and get the same if not better, results (After Japanese Straightening, I want to be sure to keep the hair from sunlight and moist, deep conditioning so frequent and an SPF spray or other hair product UV protection is highly recommended. You should wait at least one or two months before coloring your hair after treatment, depending on the advice of your stylist. If you can, go to a stylist who was actually trained by a senior technician at the corporate headquarters for the system they use. This ensures that they have been trained correctly and specifically on how to obtain the best possible results. What this means for you is a lower risk of getting a "botched" straightening job or damaged hair. Do your research. Get in online and find the salons in your area that offer the service with their credentials. After all, do not want to lose their hard earned money on something that is less than superior results. The cost of treatment can be very high, especially if your hair is particularly long or hard "rot." Normally, the long curly hair, the longer the process takes, and the more they will spend. Bottom line, if your hair is unruly, curly or frizzy and you would like to have low maintenance, smooth hair that is bright and direct, the "Japanese Straight Perm" is just the thing for you. I know I will be back for a second round! Danna Schneider is the webmaster of the beauty and makeup product review and advice CosmeticsGalore.com website and its new dedicated natural breast improvement sitiohref = ".- provide feedback and research on everything from products for natural breast enhancement and Self tanning cellulite treatments, acne treatments, and makeup. She is a researcher cosmetics and beauty products and enthusiastic.

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