In this brief video, the main differences between keratin hair straightening and hair rebounding or Japanese hair straightening are explained. This video is provided by Gelaris Beauty Salon.
Greetings. I’m Marjan Ghorbani.
Many of you had asked about the difference between Keratin and hair rebounding. Rebounding is usually used for very fuzzy or curly hair and it gives them what is called a Japanese straightening, which is a completely straight hair and is permanent. After hair growth, you can go for a restoration process to straighten the new hair, meaning the parts at the root where the hair has grown longer. As we said earlier, rebounding is a permanent process, but keratin must be restored every six to eight months to moisturize and repair the hair again.
What I said was the main difference between keratin and hair rebounding processes. I hope it has been useful to you. Until next time, goodbye.