Should You Get the Brazilian Blowout? See One Reader's Hair Care Experience
Check out the transformation that takes place when a curly-haired TotalBeauty.com reader tries the treatment
Courtney "Before""It takes me about 45 minutes to an hour to blow dry using a roller brush and then straightening iron," Courtney explained to Chase as they discussed her lifestyle and reasons for wanting the treatment. "What mom has that kind of time?"
"I'm hoping that this will help me find a way to run around with young kids, be on the go constantly and still look cute. I'm praying for "wash and go hair," she pleaded with a smile.
"You have very thick, curly hair," Chase said, examining his client's strands, "And, you're the perfect candidate for a Brazilian Blowout," he assured her.
(Editor's note: Brazilian Blowout is a brand name that's sometimes used erroneously to describe the entire category of Brazilian Keratin Treatment procedures.)
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