- No product or process allows you to get rid of the Brazilian Blowout INSTANTLY. Instead, what you can do is use certain products to speed up the elimination process.
- If you can’t wait 10 weeks for Brazilian Blowout to disappear, you can wash your hair with anti-dandruff shampoo every other day, color your hair, or bleaching it.
- However, you should keep in mind that these methods will progressively remove the Brazilian Blowout on one hand. But, on the other hand, they´ll also remove hydration from your hair.
Brazilian Blowout is, for many reasons, one of the most requested keratin treatments at the moment.
Firstly, keratin acts instantaneously. So, you can wash your hair immediately.
You don’t need to straighten it many times to get the keratin into the hair fiber. About five times is more than enough.
However, if you regret it or the treatment is not what you expected, undoing it is completely impossible.
There is nothing that can instantly remove the product from your hair.
Do you think you’re the only one who regrets applying Brazilian Blowout to their hair?
Of course, you’re not.
A few days ago, a woman who had had Brazilian Blowout in another salon came to visit me. What she wanted with the process was to eliminating frizz but keep the shape of her soft waves.
Unfortunately, there was no good communication with her stylist. After doing the Brazilian Blowout, her hair was left frizz-free but completely straight. Now, she wanted her waves back.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t help her.There´s no professional product that can remove Brazilian Blowout.
But, since her hair was in good health, I suggested using dandruff shampoo every other day for ten days. That shampoo would speed up the process to help her get rid of the Blowout from her hair.
Are you in the same situation?
Then, stay with me, because I’ll tell you:
- How to use antidandruff shampoo to eliminate Brazilian Blowout
- How to accelerate getting rid of Brazilian Blowout with hair dye
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How to use dandruff shampoo to get rid of Brazilian Blowout
If you are completely sure that you don’t want Brazilian Blowout in your hair anymore, the dandruff shampoo will help you due to the large number of sulfates it contains.
Sulfates are chemicals or “detergents” in common jargon that remove the grease, oil, dirt, and residues of other products from the hair fiber.
Why does the dandruff shampoo accelerate the disappearance of Brazilian Blowout?
Because Brazilian Blowout generates a protective film on your hair that sulfates in the shampoo remove easily.The more often you wash your hair with this shampoo, the faster the Brazilian Blowout will disappear.
However, since this type of shampoo dries out the hair very much, I advise you to choose one that includes coconut or argan oil in its formula to protect your hair.
Once you used your dandruff shampoo and conditioner, you should start the process of removing the Brazilian Blowout:
- Wash your hair with the anti-dandruff shampoo making a big foam
- Leave in for 2 to 5 minutes and rinse
- Use the dandruff conditioner, leave it in for 5 minutes and rinse
You should repeat this process every 48 hours or every time you wash your hair, and you´ll notice that, after a few washes, your hair will return to its pre-Brazilian Blowout state.
You can continue with this routine until it has completely degraded or achieved the result you were looking for.
Do you need to retouch your hair color or highlights?
Take advantage of the retouching to eliminate the Brazilian Blowout.
How to accelerate getting rid of Brazilian Blowout with hair dye
This must be one of the few times I’ll tell you to ignore your stylist after applying Brazilian Blowout. And, before you ask, no. I haven’t gone crazy.
You surely remember that your stylist warned you not to perform any coloring process after applying Brazilian Blowout, at least for two weeks. Just this once, don’t listen to your stylist.
That´s where you have the solution!
If you’re really determined to remove Brazilian Blowout from your hair, you can apply your usual color, retouch your highlights, or bleach to speed up the removal process.
But, remember that no product removes keratin in a single step. Let’s look at each of the alternatives.
Getting rid of Brazilian Blowout with hair dye
You must apply the dye to all your hair so that the Brazilian Blowout degrades evenly.This option will take longer to remove the keratin than using the anti-dandruff shampoo because you can only color your hair once a month.
Getting rid of Brazilian Blowout when you touch up your highlights
You can retouch your highlights in any of these two ways:
- Only the roots, every 4 to 5 weeks,
- All your hair, once every 3 months
As highlights are done by bleaching strands, you can choose a total retouch to eliminate the Brazilian Blowout evenly.
Getting rid of Brazilian Blowout bleaching your hair
This is the least recommended option for removing Brazilian Blowout because bleaching is a very aggressive chemical process for hair.
So, before you bleach your hair, take certain precautions.
- Use 30-volume peroxide and blue bleaching powder to prevent unwanted shades, such as orange, from appearing
- In the bleaching mixture, include 10 or 15 drops of coconut oil to protect your hair during the process
- Use moisturizing masks with keratin after the process to recover your hair fiber
- DO NOT BLEACH YOUR HAIR MORE THAN ONCE PER MONTH
Once you have bleached your hair, you´ll immediately notice how Brazilian Blowout reduces its effect by 60%.
If you want to get the Brazilian Blowout out of your hair, you must choose an option that does not damage the hair fiber. After all, Brazilian Blowout will disappear after ten weeks, which is less than three months.
If you still desperately need to remove it from your hair, you can use dandruff shampoo every other day for two weeks.
Finally, if it’s time to retouch your color or highlights, the hair dye will remove up to 60% of the treatment.
Always make the decision prioritizing your hair health.