Keratin Hair Treatment for curly Hair If you want hair that has curl is Smoother, Easier to take care of, Dries Faster, Looks Healthier and has more Shine ... If you want hair that is hard to keep your hands (and sometimes his hands) away from, then Keratin Hair Treatments for Curly Hair is for you.
You want a Keratin FULL or Express Treatment with curls or waves. This process requires a curling iron with the ability to set & hold the needed treatment temperatures.
The secret in all of the Coppola Keratin Hair Treatments is marrying the Keratin from the treatment with the Keratin in you hair. Coppola Keratin says - I Do.- that's why you hair loves it so much." Coppola Keratin binds itself to your hair improving the condition of your hair from 4 to 6 weeks with the Keratin Express Blow Out Treatment to 4 to 6 months when you have the full Keratin Hair Treatment. The length of time varies (from 4 to 6 weeks or months) depending on how well you take core of your hair at home. If your Keratin Home Maintenance Hair Treatment includes Keratin Infusion and/or INTENSE Rx, your home maintenance will be replenishing the natural loss of your keratin, which means you will be able extend the time interval between salon treatments.
If you want you hair curly you have 3 choices:
Do a full treatment - wait 3 days then curl you hair as usual
Do the Keratin Express blow out treatment - dry your hair - the use a the temperature cntrooed White Sands Curling Iron to curl you hair all over.
Use the Keratin Infusion and INTENSE Rx together. Apply the Keratin infusion a freshly shampooed hair under a Use a heat cap plastic cap with heat from a heat cap for 20 minutes. Let cool then apply Intensive Rx. Dry with a soft-styler until completely dry. Now Curling Iron with a "Hot Tools" or White Sands Curling Iron. Remember if your hair is completely dry and it still it smokes, the iron is too hot! The Hot tools iron has a dial with no numbers o it but the White Sands Curling Iron has a digital temperature setting so you will know you are getting exactly the temperature you want, every time.
Roll the hair with the temperature controlled White Sands Curling Iron and count to a least 5 before removing the curling iron from the hair. This allows enough time for proper keratin bonding. When using a flat iron to straighten hair you go over the section 3 to 10 times - which allows the proper time for keratin bonding. With the temperature controlled curling iron you simply need to allow 5-7 seconds after it is rolled to bond the keratin in the treatment to the keratin in your hair.
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Don't forget there are 4 kinds of Keratin Treatments. They are:
Keratin Home Maintenance Hair Treatment Just like a doctor the first rule is "Do No Harm." So when you take care of you hair at home, you are the doctor so "Do No Harm," and start with a Keratin Shampoo and a Keratin Conditioner. These shampoo and conditioners are designed go beyond the "do no harm" standard. They are specifically designed to help you maintain and extend your Keratin Hair Treatment. Also see How To Care for Keratin Protein Treated Hair
What is the Keratin Hair Therapy by COPPOLA?
A: It is a specially formulated revitalizing and rejuvenating treatment for the hair that eliminates frizz and curl. The advanced patent pending formulation restores and restructures hair by infusing a special blend of natural keratin deep into the damaged cuticle. The keratin is bonded into the cuticle by the heat of the flat iron to relax the hair's sub- cuticle layer.
Q: How much time should I allowed for each treatment?
A: Time can only be determined on an individual basis, It is of course dependant on your hair length, type, and texture. Please allow a 2 to 3 hours for shoulder length hair, More if your hair is longer.
Q: What results can be expected after the treatment?
A: The hair will be more manageable and take much less time to style. It will be noticeably softer and straighter, with added life and shine as well as a lengthened look.
Q: Can hair be colored before the treatment?
A: Yes! A great time to have the treatment done would be directly after coloring or chemically treating the hair. The color will be sealed in, leaving the hair vibrant and extending the life of the color, However, you must wait two weeks to color your hair after the treatment.
Q: Can the treatment be done on chemically treated hair?
Coppola Keratin Friendly Hair Maintenance
A: Yes, for blondes, highlighted and damaged hair, we recommend that the flat iron be set at 430°. For all other hair, it should be se at 450°.
Q: How many days after the treatment before the hair can get wet or be washed?
A: You must wait 72 hours before washing your hair or swimming,
Q: Can the hair be pulled back or clipped up during the 72-hour waiting period?
A: No. The hair should not have any impressions made by using bands or clips.
Q: What should be done if the hair gets wet during the 72-hour waiting period?
A: Blow the hair dry and flat iron.
Q: What kind of shampoo and conditioner should be used?
A: Keratin Complex Natural Shampoo and Conditioner. The wrong ingredients in your shampoo & conditioner can UNDO your treatment. (Use a shampoo without Sodium-Chloride.)
Q: How often can the treatment be done?
A: The treatment can be done as often as every 4-6 weeks.
Q: Is the re-application of the treatment done on the entire head or on the new growth?
A: The re-application should be done on the entire head as the build-up of keratin can only improve, not harm, the hair.
Q: How long will the treatment last?
A: Treatment can last from to 3 months to 6 month, depending on hair type an texture, provided you follows all after care instructions. If you want to extend the time between treatments as long as possible you will want to use Keratin Infusion and Intensive Rx and the once a week Keratin Hair Treatment at Home.
Q: Should the hair be cut before or after the treatment?
A: We recommend that the hair be cut after the treatment, as the hair will have a smoother texture and will lay differently.
Q: Can the treatment be done on pregnant or nursing women?
A: No, It is not recommended.
Q: Can the treatment be done on children?
A: Yes. With great results! The Keratin Express Blow Out is much faster for the young and impatient .
Q: OK how much?
A: You have 3 ways to make your busy life easier:
2. Wear hair down & straight for the 1st 72 hours
3. Use blow dryer and flat-iron as needed to "touch-up your style" or
if your hair gets wet during the initial 3-day keratin bonding period.
4. Wear a silk scarf to pull your hair away from your face
5. After the first 72 hours - use a shampoo without Sodium-Chloride
DON'TS DO NOT ....s
(we, that means you at home -- are trying t keep the hair dry & straight -- for the 1st 3 days so...)
1. Don't wash the hair for 3 days
2. Don't tie hair into pony tail
3. Don't use hair clips
4. No hair bands
5. No sweating or exercise (remember, we are trying t keep the hair dry & straight )
6. No Bob Pins in hair
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