There is no doubt that using the hair straighteners daily ends up damaging the hair in the medium and long term, even if you use heat protectant. Thus, to achieve a smooth and shiny mane, without frizz, there are different types of permanent straightening that are worth knowing.
It is essential to go to a good aesthetic center , where certified professionals work and use good quality products. To choose a type of straightening, many factors must be taken into account, such as the type and condition of the hair, its length, the desired result, etc.
It is interesting to note that the permanent permanent straightening is only one that modifies the structure of the hair. The rest smooth the hair, but it is necessary to touch them up after four or five months, when the root begins to grow.
The 5 most effective types of permanent straightening
Currently there are different types of permanent straightening, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.
This is one of the most popular types of permanent straightening today. It is an oriental technique whose origin dates back to the 90s. It consists of the application of different chemical substances such as keratin , which are combined with the application of heat.
There are three active chemicals involved in Japanese straightening: sodium hydroxide, harmonium thioglycollate and harmonium disulfide . Although this is a permanent straightening method, it must be retouched every five or six months as new hair grows with its original structure.
One of the main benefits of Japanese straightening is that it significantly reduces frizz , making it a fantastic method for hair that does not respond well to continuous ironing. In addition, once the treatment is finished, the hair looks very healthy, shiny and full of life.
Of course, Japanese straightening also has its respective disadvantages. The most notable is that it is a method suitable only for those hair that are in perfect condition . Therefore, those with dyed or damaged hair cannot perform this treatment.
Another of the most widespread types of straightening globally among those who are looking for a smooth mane. The main difference with the Japanese straightening is that the Brazilian does not change the structure of the hair , so it is not definitive.
This method leaves the mane completely smooth, hydrated and shiny. In addition, it eliminates split ends, so that the hair regains its natural vitality.
Brazilian straightening is minimally invasive , so it can be done on those with dyed or highlighted hair. It is a special method for damaged hair as it contains a large selection of nutrients that provide great hydration and nutrition to the mane.
Regarding the disadvantages of the Brazilian straightening, it only presents two. On the one hand, during the first three days after the treatment, special attention must be paid to hair care. And, on the other hand, it is not a suitable method for those with very fine hair.
This is one of the most innovative methods to achieve a smooth, frizz-free mane . The most outstanding feature of taninoplasty is that it is a 100% natural treatment. The main ingredient is tannin, a vegetable polygenol that is obtained from the skin of grapes, oak and chestnut.
One of its main advantages is that through this method even the strongest waves can be smoothed out . In addition, it can be applied to all types of hair. There are even people with straight hair who opt for taninoplasty as it not only straightens the hair, but also instantly softens, hydrates and repairs it.
As for the disadvantages of this type of permanent straightening, one of the most relevant is that in case of having dyed hair , the color can be altered a little. It must be taken into account that taninoplasty does not change the structure, so when the root begins to grow, approximately at four or five months, the natural condition of the hair will begin to be noticed. Then you have to go to the beauty center to touch up the treatment.
Another of the most innovative permanent straightening treatments on the market. It is based on the application of keratin and the subsequent application of photonic light to fix the treatment. Thanks to the light, the keratin process is accelerated significantly, obtaining fast results.
Unlike other straightening methods that abuse chemicals that damage the hair, this only uses keratin- based compounds that smooth the hair and take care of it in depth.
One of the main advantages of photonic straightening is that it can be used on all types of hair , even colored ones.
Another of the most popular types of permanent straightening today. As its name suggests, it has its origin in Morocco. The products applied to the hair are made up of amino acids, white clay, cocoa oil and silicone emulsions . They are therefore innocuous for the health of the hair.
Both white clay and cocoa oil are two ingredients that help significantly to smooth and give shape and movement to hair with a tendency to frizz. The rest of the components provide a great shine and elasticity .
Moroccan straightening, being composed of natural products with great nourishing and moisturizing properties, can be applied to any type of hair.
And finally, the American straightening. It bears certain similarities to Japanese, although the procedure is different. In this case, none of the products used contains ammonia , so it respects and cares for the hair in greater depth.
In this case, different proteins are used that, in addition to straightening the hair, also provide great hydration and nutrition. As it does not contain ammonia, it can be carried out on any type of hair, even if it is colored or with highlights.
How to care for straight hair?
Finally, we want to provide a series of guidelines for the care of straight hair.
- Natural products: to take maximum care of your hair, it is best to opt for natural products as much as possible. Homemade masks are an excellent option to deeply hydrate and nourish hair without adding chemicals.
- Drying: regarding the drying of the hair, the ideal is to remove the excess water with a towel and let it dry in the open air. The dryer is best reserved just to add a little volume at the root. Of course, when leaving home it is always preferable that the hair is dry so that external agents do not weaken it.
- Brushing: when it comes to brushing the hair, it is best to use a comb made of natural materials.
- Not to wet hair at night: in no case is it advisable to sleep with wet or damp hair. A habit that greatly weakens the mane.
These are the different types of permanent straightening that exist. Which one to choose depends on several factors related to both your hair and personal tastes and preferences.
On the one hand, if the hair is dyed or with highlights. On the other hand, the length of the same and its state; Dry and damaged hair is not the same as hydrated and shiny hair. And finally, preferences about the use of chemical compounds in hair treatments .
Assessing these factors, finding the most suitable permanent straightening for each case is easy. The most important thing is to go to a quality beauty center and be advised by certified professionals.
Hello Readers, I am Nikki Bella a Psychology student. I have always been concerned about human behavior and the mental processes that lead us to act and think the way we do. My collaboration as an editor in the psychology area of Well Being Pole has allowed me to investigate further and expand my knowledge in the field of mental health; I have also acquired great knowledge about physical health and well-being, two fundamental bases that are directly related and are part of all mental health.