What IS a Brazilian Blow-out?

For the past year or so, I have heard so much about Brazilian blow-outs, yet had no idea what they were.  The name alone intrigued me, as it sounds fun and exotic.  I also noticed that it was  expensive to have a Brazilian blow-out performed, which made it even more intriguing. After wondering for what felt like forever, I decided to “Google” it. It turns out that a Brazilian blow-out is a temporary hair straightening service, with the use of keratin.

In this article, I discuss everything about a Brazilian blow-out, and answer some typical questions like “Will it work on African hair?”, “How does it work?”, and “Does it really have formaldehyde in it?”


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About Hollee Wood

Hollee Wood is a retired hair stylist with 9 years of professional experience in the hair industry. She also has degrees in Graphic Communications, Computer Science and General Business and works for the State of Nevada.

Posted on April 30, 2012, in Awesome HAIR, Straight HAIR, Way Healthy HAIR and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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  2. nice artcle, Your infomation is very useful for us .thank for sharing this valuable information. Brazilian Blowout and Keratin Hair Treatment

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