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What is the difference between a Brazilian Blowout and a Keratin Treatment?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Mar 31, 2020

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D. Peter

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D. Peter, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Mexico

Answered Oct 09, 2019

Brazilian Blowout and Keratin Treatment are two types of hair treatments. Most times, spotting the differences between the two can be very difficult because the effects of the two treatments on hair look very similar. However, one can still notice some differences between the two. Let's talk about the length of hours for the process of the two hair treatments. The Brazilian Blowout treatment does not take so much time compared to Keratin treatment. On average, Brazilian Blowout treatment lasts only for about 1 to 2 hours, whereas the keratin treatment can last for three hours.

Brazilian Blowout and Keratin Treatment are two types of hair treatments. Most times, spotting the
Also, while both Brazilian Blowout and keratin treatments have similar effects on the hair, the effects of keratin treatment on the hair very easy to notice. It makes hair look straighter and smoother than what Brazilian Blowout treatment will produce. Most times, a keratin treatment is usually advised for hair with too much volume, while Brazilian Blowout is suitable for hair that does not have too much volume.

 

N. Kingsley

N. Kingsley, Writer, Columbus

Answered Sep 10, 2019

The goal of both treatments is to smooth, fortify, soften, and destress hair while preventing frizz, adding shine and locking in any color treatments. A keratin treatment takes a bit longer, requiring about three hours while a Brazilian blowout will only take an hour or two. The Brazilian blowout begins by shampooing the hair with clarifying shampoo and then toweling it dry.

The goal of both treatments is to smooth, fortify, soften, and destress hair while preventing
A keratin treatment usually requires that the hair be blown dried until there is no moisture lingering, while a Brazilian blowout needs some moisture to remain in the hair. For a keratin treatment, a cap will be positioned on the head, and the product soaks in for a specific amount of time, and then the hair is blown dry immediately. A keratin treatment usually yields more striking results.

 

Samantha Stewart

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Samantha Stewart, Philanthropist, Post Graduate, Corpus Christi

Answered Aug 22, 2019

If you like for your hair to look nice, you may get it styled, or you may settle for a technique. Some of the techniques are the Brazilian blowout and a Keratin treatment. The Brazilian blowout is the name of a brand, but it refers to a way of smoothing a person’s hair.

If you like for your hair to look nice, you may get it styled, or you may settle for a technique.
If you want a sleek look, then you should go for the keratin treatment. If you want more volume, but the hair is still smooth, then you should get a Brazilian blowout. If you need something done fast to your hair and you want it to look good immediately, then you should get the Brazilian blowout. A keratin treatment will lessen the frizz from your hair.

 

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