Get it done it’s on special they said. It will make your hair easy to manage they said. No more curly hair they said. It will make your hair look healthy they said. Well guess what, there is a downside!
You’ve decided to grown out your rebounded hair because well basically it ruined the condition ( no surprise there! ) and now it looks like bollocks, what to do?
Yes we can sit here and laugh and tell you we told you, which would be funny but not so helpful so here are your options.
Cut it short to remove 3/4 of the straight bonded ends. This will help but still be a bit annoying.
Keratin the roots to blend it a little. Not ideal but visually a little better.
Blow dry the roots straight until you have enough length to cut the ends off.
No one said it would be easy. Careful with something that sounds too good to be true. Rebonding and straightening in our opinion are possible the worst thing to do to hair!
We are not talking about VPL ( Visable Panty Line ) rather talking about being transparent in the way you behave, too often the motives take over and it becomes a game of skill to get what you want, using people as the pawns rather than the required skill to actually do a good job! When you think about being transparent with hair, we could turn this into a short film but rather lets just point out why some times we say no to doing certain things and the reason we do this is because its about being the best for you and your hair.
When it comes to your hair, we only have one motivation and that is to create beautiful hair that works both for that split moment in time when you leave the salon but more importantly for the time after you leave the salon! There are some things we wont do like rebonding or straightening as it is too damaging on the hair, there are times when you may want to do a chemical service but we do not believe your hair health will be maintained so we will say no. We do this because we look after your hair’s best interest.
Isn’t it more important to do things right once rather than having something done that requires the next 4-6 months fixing it or repairing it?
Drop into one of our salons for a honest chat about your hair