Why Brazilian Blowouts are good for your hair

Have you ever wanted hair like a shampoo commercial? While many of the beauty standards perpetuated by television ads and Instagram models may seem unattainable, sleek hair is not one of them. In fact, anyone can achieve shiny, smooth hair with a Brazilian blowout treatment.

The best part? Brazilian blowouts do not damage or weaken hair; they help it.

How Brazilian Blowouts Work

At Reflections of You, our Brazilian blowouts in Northern Virginia utilize breakthrough products to create a customizable smoothing solution for your hair.

The process works like this: the treatment conditions your hair by building a protective protein layer around it. The result is softer, shinier hair without frizz. Additionally, the protein layer protects the hair cuticle, creating a smooth, shiny appearance that can last up to 12 weeks.

Benefits of a Brazilian blowout:

  • No wait time. The treatment takes 90 minutes and you don’t have to wait to see results.
  • It is the only professional smoothing treatment that actually makes your hair healthier.
  • Blowouts are fully customizable, so your stylist can create a treatment that’s just right for you.
  • You can wash your hair, workout, or pull your hair into a ponytail immediately after leaving the salon.
  • They work on wavy and straight hair, making them a great option for anyone who wants shinier and healthier hair!

To make sure your shine lasts as long as possible, ask your stylist about our Açai aftercare products.

Cheaper isn’t better.

When it comes to hair treatments, don’t be fooled by inexpensive solutions. Discounted Brazilian blowouts may not be what they seem and probably won’t deliver the results you’re looking for. Instead, find a stylist who fully understands the process and can create the customized blowout treatment your hair needs – and deserves.

Learn more about our Brazilian blowout treatments in Northern VA, or contact Reflections of You today to schedule your next appointment with one of our hair experts.

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