Japanese Hair Straightening
Curious About Japanese Straightening?
LONG LASTING – SUPER STRAIGHT – BEAUTIFUL
- Just what is Japanese hair straightening, anyway?
- As the name implies, this is a form of straightening your hair that began in Japan in the 1990’s.
- It is designed to give your hair the kind of straight, shiny, and sleek look that you’ve come to know and love about Japanese hair.
- The heart of this straightening technique is to use a special combination of chemicals in order to straighten your hair.
- In this way, even the curliest or waviest hair can be made as straight as you want it to be!
How Is It Different From Traditional Straightening?
Hair Straightening Differences
- The biggest difference is that Japanese hair straightening is permanent.
- That means that any hair that you have treated with these techniques will remain straight instead of returning to its curly or wavy roots.
- It’s important to keep in mind that any new hair that grows in will need to be treated.
- That means that once you start down the path of Japanese hair straightening, you will need to regularly treat your new hair so that all of it will have a clean and uniform look.
Why Is It So Popular?
Hard To Argue With Results
- Our Japanese hair straightening salon has seen an increase in business in recent years.
- It’s popular for aesthetic reasons: some of the sexiest women in the world have hair that is straight and sleek.
- And with Japanese hair straightening, even the most curly-headed women can transform their look.
- Of course, it’s also popular because it helps you save time.
- Wake up and run a brush through your straight hair to enjoy a more professional look than you have ever had before!
The Importance Of Consultation
- We always recommend consulting with your stylist before making a major change. And that’s more important than usual when considering Japanese hair straightening.
- Not every hair type reacts the same way to the chemicals used in this permanent straightening process.
- Your stylist should be able to provide special insight as to whether or not your hair is ideal for this procedure.
How Long Does It Take?
Time Varies With Client
- Earlier, we talked about the differences between this process and traditional hair straightening.
- It’s important that you have enough time budgeted before you come in for a straightening.
- Generally speaking, we can usually complete the Japanese hair straightening process in about three or four hours.
- And after the procedure, you’ll need to leave your hair alone for about three days in order to help the changes to your look settle down.