Japanese Hair Straightening: Should You Try It?

Japanese straightening is a popular method for straightening curly hair or curly. While many women with curly hair swear by him, this method is controversial because it can destroy the havoc in your hair if done incorrectly, or by an inexperienced designer.

Find out how Japanese smoothing compares with treatments of hair keratin (also known as Brazilian hair straightening). In addition, find out if the treatment is dangerous and it works. But first, a little history lesson.

The history of Japanese straightening in the United States.

The treatments of straightening of hair Japanese (also called thermal reconditioning) were in fashion in New York City in early AUGHTS. For women with curly hair who wanted the straight hair, looked like a procedure of miracle. You enter the room with the curly hair, down from $150 – $800 hours of chemical treatment and flat and pass and go out with a hair super smooth, straight line that remains in a straight line until it grows out.

The treatments were so popular that jumped back and became popular on the west coast and, subsequently, in major cities throughout the country.

 

And the Brazilian straightening hit the back. In brief, Brazilian hair straightening, which uses the keratin and formaldehyde has become the treatment of straightening of hair of the moment and decreased the popularity of Japanese method.

A couple of years after treatment of keratin became popular, reports have emerged of the formaldehyde (a known carcinogen) was used in the treatment of Brazilian and decreased the popularity of the treatments. Now Japanese straightening has enjoyed a minor increase in popularity due to media coverage of poor Brazilians treatments received.

You can get the Japanese straightening treatments in New York City, but mainly in the little Japanese and Korean fashion salons around the center of the city and in Queens, NY. The halls of the receiver, such as EVA scrivo, Ted Gibson, mark Garrison and Charles Worthington did not offer treatments Japanese, according to an article in the magazine of New York. Why? For some, the damage inflicted on hair that is not worth it.

Japanese straightening as works

Japanese straightening, is based on a special solution is applied to the hair. This solution breaks the bond of hair that gives it its shape allowing him to become the pins in a straight line with the help of a iron.

The hair is saturated with the solution, washed, dried with a hair dryer and then plan passed with a ceramic iron into small sections 1 / 8th. A neutralizer is applied which blocks the style in place.

The whole process is labor and time consuming. Depending on the length of your hair and its thickness, you can expect to be in the room for a few hours.

How long does it last & how much is that cost?

Treatment will last about six months, twice as long as the method of smoothing the Brazilian. The range of costs depending on where you live. In cities where prices are competitive, you will pay less. For example, at the time of the writing of this text if a treatment done in Queens Borough of New York City for $150, while the more upscale points in charge of lower Manhattan $400 and above.

How to take care of their hair after treatment

You have to be very careful with your new hair pin straight after treatment. You can ‘t wash it or pull it into a ponytail for at least 3 days while that of fashion.

What are the expected results?

You can expect to have shiny hair, straight pin with absolutely no wave therein to contain the 6 months. I read that this new style stays like this until it grows out, and he will not get a wave, so keep your iron tongs, for now.

This is bad for your hair?

If you have this treatment done by someone who does not know what you are doing, you can have disastrous results — hair fried, loss of hair, etc.

If your hair has been colored or if you have other chemical treatments, the risk of damage to your hair. An experienced designer must know if your hair is a good candidate for treatment. Be honest, if you had your hair colored or underlined, talk about it.

To avoid problems, select a designer experienced in Japanese straightening. Ask questions, including approximately how many treatments have made and how many years you have been doing them. You may also consult the yelp reviews online exhibitions.

Keep in mind the Japanese hair straightening is permanent. You can’t reverse treatment, once that is done and forget a permanent or anything involving chemicals to restore the natural waves in your hair.