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What is it? 

It is a revolutionary new technique that was originated in Japan to permanently style your hair to a straight curly, wavy, frizzy and hard to manage hair. The process combines both chemicals and heat to soften the bonds of the hair to reform the bonds in a straight pattern. After treatment, you will have a pin straight, smooth, silky, and shiny hair that's healthier than before the treatment.

Japanese Hair Straightening is a sensitive treatment. Once the hair is damaged, it is very hard to restore it. Therefore, it is crucial to choose a professional salon with experience and certificated stylists for this treatment.

How long does the Japanese hair straightening take?


3-4 hours, depending on the hair type, length amount of hair and damage level. We ask that you plan out this amount of time to be here so that we can apply the hair treatment correctly for best results.


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How long does the Japanese hair straightening last?


Hair that is treated with the Japanese hair straightening technique will remain straight 4-6 months after the treatment. However, new hair will grow according to its natural texture. We recommend that you get touch-ups every 4 to 6 months, but the interval will vary depending on your natural hair texture and how quickly your hair grows.

How soon can I wash my recently treated hair?


You will not shampoo your Japanese Hair Straightening within 72 hours after the treatment, nor wet your hair or exercise within 48 hours. DO NOT ponytail or tuck your hair behind your ears. Also do not put pins, clips, rubber bands, barrettes on hair as it may leave a kink in the hair. Last but not least, do not swim for 2 weeks. Be sure to ask of any possible activities and or things you normally do with your hair before doing it. Its always better to be safe than sorry.

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