It’s now more than a month since my locks were given the Global Keratin treatment.
In that time, I’ve had my hair re-coloured (you need to wait 14 days after the treatment to do so) and cut, I’ve been to the beach (If you go swimming in the ocean or in a pool, you need to wet your hair first and comb through the conditioner. Then wash immediately after your swim) and I’ve spent a whole lot less time paying attention to how my hair looks.
Do I still have to use my ghds? No, I don’t. But I choose to do so for a more polished look (see photo below). It’s not like my hair ironing of past – it’s more just a click going over the top couple of layers.
And I don’t do this every day. Some days I just let it dry naturally. And it looks perfectly ok. (see photos below)
There is a noticable difference in “boofiness” on the thicker side of my hair to the thinner side (and this is something for me to make my hairdresser aware of next time round so it can be accommodated).
The silkiness is definitely still there (it’s my new party trick to let friends touch my hair!) but the big bonus of this treatment was and still is the time it saves me in getting ready each morning. Priceless for a working mum of three …
Have you had the Global Keratin treatment? Let me know what you thought … leave a comment below.