How long should you wait to wash your hair after the Brazilian blowout?

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  • When you do the Brazilian Blowout, you can wash your hair right away because the liquid keratin works immediately.
  • Also, since the product does not need to remain on your hair for 48 hours to seal the hair cuticle, you can continue with your normal life, whether it is physical activity, tying your hair, or wearing accessories on it.
  • You must always use the maintenance products of the Brazilian Blowout line. Alternatively, use sulfate-free shampoo and conditioners. Also, you have to wash your hair every 48 or 72 hours.


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If something was missing in keratin treatments, it has a name and surname now. It is Brazilian Blowout.

All keratin treatments are designed to seal the hair cuticles, eliminate frizz, restore damage caused by the abuse of heating tools or chemical processes, and give more shine to the hair.


But,  all straightening treatments have a big disadvantage: you can’t wash your hair for at least 72 hours.  During that time, keratin continues to work on the hair fiber.

Not only that, but you can’t even get it wet, use hair clips, or put it behind your ear. If you wet your hair before 72 hours, keratin will disappear. Alternatively, if you use hair clips, the marks will remain on the hair.


 However, Brazilian Blowout’s keratin treatment is absolutely innovative because you can wet your hair after using it because the product is immediately absorbed. 

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When the stylist applies the product to your hair, she lets it sit for the necessary time. Then, she will wash your hair to remove the remains that the hair fiber has not absorbed.

This means that your hair won’t even be greasy and heavy as the first few hours of other keratin treatments.

 This means you’ll leave the salon with frizz-free hair that is incredibly shiny and absolutely clean. 


Yes, the Brazilian Blowout is the eighth wonder of keratin straightening treatments. However, you should still be aware of some secrets to wash your hair without ruining the treatment. Would you like to know what they are?


Then keep reading, because I’ll tell you:

  • How to wash your hair for the first time after getting a Brazilian Blowout
  • Brazilian Blowout washing and care routine to extend the treatment

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How to wash your hair after getting a Brazilian Blowout for the first time

As you know, you can wash your hair immediately after Brazilian Blowout, even when you get home after leaving the salon.

But the truth is, that would seem a little exaggerated. After all, why would you want to wash your clean, shiny hair with no treatment residue?


Your stylist already did it for you at the salon! Not once, but twice.

  • Firstly, she washed your hair with a pH-balanced shampoo to remove any trace of hair product.
  • After applying the keratin, she rewashed it with a specific sulfate-free shampoo


That’s why, after using Brazilian Blowout, your hair won’t be heavy, stiff, or greasy because the hair fiber will have absorbed all the keratin, and your stylist will have eliminated the excess with the shampoo.


Of course, you’ll get to a point where you want to wash your hair after applying Brazilian Blowout. It may be at 24, 48, or 72 hours after.

At that time, you will have two options.


 Pay attention, because if you use any shampoo and conditioner, Brazilian Blowout will literally disappear by magic. 

Well, it won’t magically disappear. It will be eliminated because you have screwed up, as they say in my homeland.

What products should you use to wash your Brazilian Blowout treated hair?


Brazilian Blowout shampoo and conditioner will extend the effect of liquid keratin on your hair

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With this shampoo and conditioner, your treatment will last longer, and the results are excellent on any hair.

You should replace your regular shampoo and conditioner with Brazilian Blowout products.


Sulfate-free shampoo

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If you can’t find Brazilian Blowout products or can’t buy them because they are a little more expensive, you can use any sulfate-free shampoo. This way, there will be no ingredients that will remove keratin from the treatment.

Now that we have clarified this point let’s move on to the washing frequency.


How often should you wash your hair after a Brazilian Blowout?

with shampoo and conditioner

I recommend that you wash it every 48 or 72 hours.

This applies to all hair types, whether they are treated with Brazilian Blowout or not. But why?


Because washing your hair every day does not benefit your hair’s health. If you do, your scalp does not have time to generate a protective layer, which is essential for your hair.

 If you wash your hair every day, your hair will grow less, the skin on your scalp will dry out, and you may even get long-feared dandruff. 


Also, do not forget that the Brazilian Blowout treatment is not permanent. It lasts for approximately ten weeks. The more you wash your hair, the faster the effect will disappear.


Should you take any other care for your Brazilian Blowout treatment?

Yes, but relax, because there are so few that they will feel like nothing.


Brazilian Blowout washing and care routine to make it last longer

Right from the first wash after applying the Brazilian Blowout product, you will always wash your hair with the brand’s specific products. Alternatively, with sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner.

Also, remember to wash your hair every 48 or 72 hours. Now, after washing it, how should you dry it?


Here comes another advantage of this product.

Have you ever had any other straightening treatments? Then, you probably already know that, after washing your hair, it’s essential to dry it with a hairdryer and straightening it for a super straight effect.

Do you remember how your arms used to feel after drying and flat ironing your hair?


Well, forget about that tiredness and muscle cramps.

 Because after washing your Brazilian Blowout treated hair, you won’t need to dry your hair with a hairdryer, especially not with a straightener. 


 Brazilian Blowout recommends that you not expose your hair to very high temperatures during the first 2 weeks. 

Therefore, you should use your hairdryer at low – medium temperature or let your hair dry naturally. Yes, air dry, like women did in ancient times before hair dryers appeared.


Look out the window and let the breeze play with your hair without any fear!  Because frizz won’t show up even if a whirlwind blows through your hair. 

Well, not as much as a whirlwind, but what I can assure you is that Brazilian Blowout controls 100% frizz, even if you don’t use the straightener or the dryer.



You can wash your hair immediately after applying Brazilian Blowout keratin since you don’t have to wait 72 hours, as it happens with other straightening or keratin treatments because the product is absorbed immediately.


Besides, during the product’s application, the hair is washed, eliminating any trace of keratin, so your hair will be shiny and frizz-free.

You must use Brazilian Blowout brand products or shampoos and conditioners without sulfates in the subsequent washings.

Is Brazilian Blowout the ideal treatment for your hair? Let me know your comments.

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