G.Hair Keratin Treatments
G. Hair Keratin Treatment
One of the most popular keratin treatments available is the G.Hair Keratin treatment by Inoar, a leader in hair care. Using keratin, a natural element in your body that is found in skin, hair and nails, your hair is straightened.
People who have too much volume, frizz or curls can greatly benefit from this keratin treatment. Keratin binds to your hair and creates a protective barrier against the elements. With this natural protection, humidity cannot get in and hair stays slick and straight, even in the rain.
The Inoar G.Hair treatment helps tame unmanageable and frizzy hair. Hair volume is reduced by 80% to 90% on average. Several essential minerals—keratin, white clay and cacao oil—are combined to give your hair a smooth, shiny and straight feel that lasts for months.
What kind of people can use the G.Hair treatment?
Every type of hair is compatible with keratin treatments. For African-Americans, Latinas, Caucasians, Asians and others, this product can work for your hair.
Inoar G.Hair Keratin Success Story - from Kira, one of our clients.
I've been a stylist for about seven years. It was always one of my dreams to become a hair stylist and bring out the confidence in women, especially those with difficult hair!
As a girl with curly hair, I had many clients who would complain about their frizzy and unruly hair. I have a talent for cutting this type of hair, and I love the natural look of it when it is cut properly. But I can relate to these women—when it's hot outside, frizzy hair is no fun! And the time it takes to straighten it is
It was in my first year of being a stylist that Brazilian Keratin treatments started to become popular. Several stylists, including myself, underwent training to become certified in this. We tested loads of different brands, but not all brands are created equally. The brand I found that worked best on my own hair was Inoar. My colleagues always raved about how well it worked for them.
Personally I really enjoy the G Hair brand. I find that it is less harsh than other brands and is very effective. They also make several different formulas for different colours of hair, which I have found to work really well with my clients. When you use the shampoo that is recommended with this (the bottle is really cute!), the treatment lasts a long time.
As far as cost, I always tell my clients: do you really want the cheapest product you can find to go on your hair? Imagine if the chemicals are subpar and it ruins your hair. I'd rather have curly hair than no hair! All in all, I love the keratin treatments and have been really happy with G.Hair from Inoar.
More about keratin treatments
Keratin is found naturally in hair, as well as in skin and nails. It gives a boost to your hair to make it more shiny, healthy and straight. With keratin treatments, your curls are reduced, frizz is minimised and strands have a smooth, shiny appearance. All types of hair, even damaged hair, work well with these treatments.
Several different types of keratin treatments exist that you can choose from. There are varying brands, formulations and lengths of time. Depending on your budget and needs, there are several types of treatment to consider. However, it is not recommended to buy the cheapest keratin treatment available, as the quality is questionable. Only a professional, licensed stylist should apply keratin treatments.
Keratin treatments can provide semi-permanent smoothing results for several months. After a treatment, you must be sure to use a specially-formulated shampoo that does not contain any sulfates. This way, your hair is protected and not stripped of the keratin that was just applied to it. After three to four months, keratin treatments need to be redone. After this time, the effect of the keratin will have diminished and you will need to treat the new hair growth.
The history of hair straightening
Hair straightening has been around for a very long time, since the end of the 19th century. Women used hot combs at first, which were effective but risked scalp burning. Blow dryers and large hair rollers became popular in the early 20th century as a way to combat curly and textured hair. Electric brushes became more common as electricity became available everywhere.
Finally, at the end of the 20th century, chemical methods of straightening hair were adopted in salons. The Brazilian Keratin treatment started (obviously!) in Brazil, and was then spread throughout the world, much to the delight of curly-haired people!
Flatirons are now one of the most popular ways to straighten one's hair for their availability, ease of use and relatively cheap cost. Whereas flatirons are inexpensive, keratin treatments are not. However, keratin treatments are long-lasting and straight hair is very easy to maintain for months following the treatment.