A: Yes! A great time to have the treatment done would be directly after permanent color, semi-permanent or highlights. The treatment will extend the life and seal the color in, leaving it vibrant, however, for demi-gloss or toners have color done 3-5 days after treatment for optimal results.
Can I color my hair before Keratin treatment?
You should color your hair before undergoing keratin treatment. Book your keratin procedure right after you have got your hair colored. The reason for such timing is that keratin strengthens the color, be it permanent or semi-permanent color or highlights, and your hair retains the new color for a much longer time.
Can you have keratin treatment on Coloured hair?
You might be wondering if you should you treat your hair with a keratin smoothing treatment if you’ve recently coloured your hair. It’s a good question but luckily there’s a simple rule. … You should always wait at least two weeks after dying your hair before treating it with a smoothing treatment.
How long after color can I do keratin?
A minimum of 2 to 3 weeks is recommended, but don’t assume you’re free to do hair treatments after that.
Does keratin affect hair color?
However, a keratin treatment does change the colour. It always becomes a bit lighter, and in your case, yellow. All you need to do is apply a toner.
Why is my hair still frizzy after keratin treatment?
“After any Keratin Treatment, the Moisture vs. Protein balance in our hair will be “out-of-sync” due to the high protein concentration used during the procedure. This will cause hair to feel rough, coarse and brittle in the short or long term if nothing is done to counteract it.
Can you do a protein treatment after color?
As our hairstylist expert suggests, use the protein treatment a week or two after you apply your color and enjoy your new color.
Can I color my hair and do a keratin treatment on the same day?
Brazilian Blowout said, “Yes, but it must be done before the application of the treatment.” Keratin Complex concurred adding, “A great time to have the treatment done is directly after permanent color, semi-permanent color or highlights. The treatment seals the color in, making it last longer and appear more vibrant.