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Guest Wendy

Bringing Japanese Straightening to ALL Ethnic Hair Types

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Guest Wendy

At Hair’s Talent, we offer Thermal Reconditioning, a much safer alternative to the keratin-based smoothing treatments. This revolutionary Japanese hair straightening system was introduced from Japan to the US around the beginning of the 21st century. Thioglycolate is the main chemical ingredient in Japanese Thermal Reconditioning, and permanent wave products. The reforming solution that is applied to the client’s hair generally contains 5-15% of ammonium thioglycolic acid compound. The treatment overall uses heat to restructure the hair’s protein bond which enables those with frizzy, curly, or wavy hair to experience permanently straight hair while at the same time preserving the hair’s health. It also improves the feel, texture, softness and shine of the hair, leaving the hair completely manageable. Generally, your hair will stay like that for about six months to a year depending on your curl pattern, length of hair, and how well you can manage your new growth. I have used the Thermal Reconditioning technique on all hair textures, including African-American hair textures. My clients love Thermal Reconditioning, and prefer it to other chemical straightening methods.

 

We not only have clients from the D.C. area but receive emails and calls frequently as well. We are now trying to find a salon in your area to service all of you. We will be performing Thermal Reconditioning only. If you are currently our client, there will be a slight increase in price due to travel expenses.

If you are a new client, please email us pics of your hair and 5 yr chemical history. We can then set up a consultation to inform you of the process and the cost.

If you have any questions, please call us at 203-466-1246. We're really excited to see all of you again or even for the 1st time!!

Looking forward to hearing from you!

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