The Keratin Treatment works better on color treated hair, when the cuticle layer is open the keratin product can penetrate into the hair, and the color opens it. … Ideally is to color the hair about 2-3 days prior to the Brazilian Keratin Treatment Or Brazilian Blowout.
Can keratin treatment be done on colored hair?
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.
Does keratin affect hair color?
A keratin treatment can change the color of your hair if your hair has been colored any shade between light brown and blonde. It is likely that your hair will go two shades lighter. If your hair is darker than this or it is red, then any change will be minimal and unnoticeable.
Should I color hair before or after keratin treatment?
If I want to color my hair, should this be done before or after a treatment? If your stylist is using the Original, Chocolate, or Advanced keratin formulas, you will need to wait between 2 or 3 weeks before coloring your hair. If using Soft Treatment or Soft Chocolate Treatment, your hair can be colored at any time.
Can you get a keratin treatment and color at the same time?
Yes! As a matter of fact, a great time to have keratin treatment done would be directly after coloring or chemically treating your hair. The color will be sealed in, leaving your hair vibrant and extending the life of the color. However, you must wait two weeks to color your hair after the treatment.
Does Keratin Treatment turn hair orange?
This is the point when you get a pass. After applying keratin treatment, it is natural for your hair to get a little bit brassy. This especially happens in the event of your hair’s being on the lighter side. A special purple shampoo is one of the best ways to solve the brassy hair problem.
How long after a keratin treatment can I color my hair?
According to professional hairstylists at the Aveda lifestyle salon, you can color your hair 2 weeks after a keratin treatment. Don’t even try your luck before that! I will personally wait 3 weeks to be on the safe side.