The heart always desires what it does not have! So when you look at the mirror and you see straight hair, you want fun curls but when you see  curly hair, you want the sexy sleek straight look!

Back in the days genetics was the only thing that had any control over this and we had no control over our genes. But today, we have many technologies that can give you the look you want with fairly good results. 

What is Hair Rebonding?

This is method of chemically relaxing the hair so that the curls can be turned straight. This treatment is suggested for woman with voluminous and unmanageable hair. When done right, this procedure tames down the hair quite well and its effects last for a fairly long time.

Procedure for Hair Rebonding:

Our hair has a certain characteristic due to the bonds that the protiens have between them. This is why some people has curly, wavvy or straight hair. To change the look, we need to change the bonds i.e. alter the bonding between the protien molecules.

Rebonding hair is a procedure that requires the use of two chemicals:

  1. Cream softener or relaxant
  2. Neutralizer
The cream softener is first applied to the hair and allowed to sit for a while. This agent breaks down  the natural bonding of the hair allowing it to be set in the way we want and the neutralizer forms fresh bonds that gives our hair the straight look.
The steps are as follows.
  • Hair is first washed with a mild shampoo
  • The relaxant is then applied and left for half an hour. This is then steamed and washed off.
  • The hair is now straightened in sections
  • To the straightened hair, the neutralizer is applied that resets the bonds
  • The neutralizer is rinsed off
  • The hair is again blow dried and a serum is applied.
You are then asked not to wash your hair for 3 days after.
Are your thinking about hair rebonding at home? It is possible but it is strictly advised against as a lot of chemicals are used and is best done under supervision of an expert.
This one is but obvious! You have that sleek look you have been craving for all along.
This is something you need consider more seriously.
  • Your hair will be subjected to chemical damage during the process no matter how many precautions you take.
  • Hair can fall very easily after this procedure as the roots are weakened. It is a lot of careful handling.
  • The risk of burns from straightener or the chemical always stands
  • Tucking your hair or tying it up tight can also damage hair. You will have to keep lose at most times.
  • The touch ups will further weaken your hair over each sitting leaving your hair very susceptible to other damages too.
It is for this reason that people are advised to think about it very carefully before they consent for this procedure.
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  • Rajalakshmi Murali

    hi namitha, very informative article. i want to get my hair straightened. I am paranoid about the hair loss etc. Have you done it? if so have u experienced any such loss etc?

    • Namita

      Thank you :) I haven’t gotten it rebounded because I am paranoid about the same factors! :(

      • saritha

        hey i got my hair straightened 2 days ago and its still not straight?should i get it done again?if yes,after how long?

  • Shikha dressnmakeup

    Nice post… Its easy to get treatment done and difficult to maintain.

    • Namita

      Yea second that!

      • Ritika

        Hi namita, I got my hair rebounded 2 months ago. Previously my hair were super dry n freezy now it’s silky but it had become oily now as in if I apply conditioner after shampooing it looks so oily that I need to wash it very next day. Do you still suggest me to apply conditioner as it make my hair look too oily.
        Pls advise,

  • Manjari Singh

    nice and useful post

    • Namita

      thanks :)

  • Oindrila

    Nice work Namita! :)

    • Namita

      thank you :)

    • Namita

      thank you Oindrila :)

  • Kittu

    HI Namita, very informative article. Thanks for updating so much on this topic. My hair is wavy and short.. and has a lot of volume.. What would u suggest? should i also go for rebonding? i want straight hair.. btw.. they have been colored too.. way back in sept.. pls suggest!

    • Namita

      Hey Kittu, its my pleasure :) Well personally, I would recommend you to try smoothening than straightening. It keeps your hair happy and doesn’t damage it. Consult your stylist for better views :)

  • Prathyusha

    Nice informative work. I have wavy dry hair.. i wish to get that jet straight hair.. but it seems like a lot of maintenance is needed.. and permanent straightening will make me loose hair.. what do i do then… u thnk smoothening is better?

    • Namita

      I have always felt smoothening is better than rebonding Prathyusha :) BTW, that is a lovely name! What does it mean? :)

  • Grasthi

    Informative article Namita. But my experience to rebonding say that to never get it done…i hate it.. i ended up loosing a lot of hair. its better to flaunt those gorgeous curls.. Instead i lost all my virgin silky soft curls.

    • Namita

      Thank you for the input Grasthi, I am sure most readers here now will be able to make an apt choice :)

  • Grasthi

    Hi, nice article. very good and informative. thnks for sharing and updating us about rebonding.

    • Namita

      Pleasure, thank you :)

  • steffi

    What hair mask and hair serum will u recomend me to use??

    • Namita

      Anything that gives your hair the moisture that it needs :)

  • health

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    familiar with media is a enormous source of data.

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  • Meeta

    Rebonding needs a lot of care.. its very difficult to manage.. im really fine with my wavy hair.. Its good just to go for that few hours of straightening.. its less damaging also..

    • Namita

      True that!

  • Babitha

    Planning to get rebonding done:) this article is so helpful

    • Namita

      Glad it helped :)

  • Melanie

    Avoid heating tools???as in? hair iron?

    • Namita

      Yes, flat irons and curling rods!

  • Swetha

    Important article for all , my hair is chemical treated when was in modeling, but I was not able manage it, later I have planned for chemical bonding for easy managing of hair, but I did not dare to go as I got severe hair fall, so I have stopped using chemical related shampoo, using only herbals, it’s manageable, now I m very conscious about my hair. , like your post namita

    • alka

      NICE comnt i lyk it

    • Namita

      Thank you Swetha, I am sure readers will benefit from your comment :)

  • KalpanaMalhotra

    informative definitely informative. I have been considering rebonding my hair too but i was a bit skeptical coz i could never find any concrete and precise info on it. Thanks so much for giving me all the details i need to make a informed decision at just one place :)

    • alka

      i dnt knw its best for girls or nt bt i guess the method is look like attrctv

    • Namita

      Pleasure is mine :)

  • sandeep

    Hi Namita ! I am getting my hair again rebonded im frm india and i think u are also u know in india we have to braid our hair is it ok if i will get my hair rebonded then leave it for few weeks thrn start to braid it hey ny name is Sandeep thanks :)

    • Namita

      Sandeep, do you have hair that is so long that it can be braided? I still would say don’t go for straightening!

  • Aavani

    Very good post namita:) Rebonding does damage the hair in way, extra care has to be taken when the hair is rebonded so that it helps the strands to be strong and shiny for long:)

    • Namita

      True that Aavani, thank you :)

  • Shruti

    I got my hair rebounded with matrix products,these were nice for 3 months,I just fell in love with my hair after rebonding as it changed my personality.But now I am regretting because I am facing fair fall also all shine nd smoothness is gone.Namita can you suggest me something plzzzzzzzz

    • Namita

      Shruti, I understand the stress :( You might want to get hair spas done. Use moisturizing products and consume a good diet. You can get the damaged parts chopped off – there is no way out :( good luck! :)

  • jamila

    hi im planning to color my hair and do so rebonding. it doesn t have to be right away but which one is the safest way to do first? is it coloring before rebonding or rebonding before coloring?? can u help me pls

    • ivy

      coloring before rebonding

  • Ira

    Hi. I just rebonded my hair. And at night 2, i woke up with weird hair style as in below of hair are not too straight as before. Will my hair never be straight again like day 1 after i just rebonded?

  • melberrys

    Hi. I just rebonded my hair for the first time 3 days ago and just washed and conditioned my hair just now. Problem is, there’s one spot on my head (like 2 inches in diameter) that has very fine curls on the root like it’s damaged. It’s only on the root and only for like 0.5mm, but it’s coarse to the touch and the spot is quite obvious…..

    My question is… what is this? Is my hair damaged only on that area? Or is it normal for rebonded hair? Or is it because of the chemicals? Can the hairdresser repair that area or it’s already permanently damaged? Help, I’m so scared!

    p/s: Great post btw. Thanks to your article, I managed to delay my rebonding appointment so I can prepare myself mentally before changing my virgin hair completely. It’s understandable if my hair is damaged on that area, but I’d be happier if there’s a solution for this. Please… thanks.

    • Ivy

      its definitely serious if you don’t know it yet! i’m so sorry for you. YOU SHOULD SUE THE HAIRDRESSER!

    • Sa

      Hi I dont think it shud scare you coz I had the same issue but this wasnt as large as you described it it will subside on its own

  • mehar

    hey i want to knw one thing tht in india for rebinding vlcc is good or habib’s

    • charice


  • angel

    Can i use hair clips to add style in my rebonded hair?

  • Bharti

    Recently i have my hairs rebound and after the first wash they become so oily everytime…and i always use loreal total repair shampoo with condinter and serum thrice in a week but next day it becomes oily….please help me i should i do now…

    • ivy

      please do try dove shampoo, conditioner and the set that comes with it.
      It works magnificent for me.

  • shahzeen fatima

    hi namirta i have color my hairs just 1 month ago and i hv applied menhdi too soo can you refer me rebonding..?

  • rabia

    Hi namita…i’ve straight therepy..after taking first hair dandruff is really disturbing me…wat to do??can i use anti-dandruff shampoo

  • rabz

    How long hair fall last after rebonding? Am have seveare hair fall, its been.two months now.. Can I do oiling? Please let me know which oil is best after rebonding. .thanx

    • ivy

      Coconut oil, olive oil would really help! its amazing

  • Rathi

    Ive rebonded my hair almost 4 months back however, once, by mistake, i used a herbal shampoo.. ever since then, my hair has become rough and frizzzy..
    also hairfall & dandruff has become a major issue for me now..PLEASE HELP!!

  • Rajshree


    Recently i rebonded my hair so want some tips and before it i was frequent oil useer so wants to know when can i start oiling my hair, pls suggest good products for my hair as im unknown to this.Pls advice hair colour for greyish hair.

    • snigdha

      plzz do rply! can we apply hair oil aftr a smoothing??? wen can we strt oiling hair??

  • sil

    hi ,

    can i do hair spa at home after permanent straightening? if yes then how to do hair spa at home i have done hair straightening with Schwarzkopf…. please help….. or i should go parlour for hair spa??

  • Aarushi kalia

    hey namita! i want to do rebonding cuz i love straighten hair and also cuz as my hair is so curly,dry and rough but after knowing that rebonding damages the hair badly,, so what would u suggest whether i shud do it or not? plzzz help!! thank u..

    • Estée M.

      After rebonding make sure after your regular shampoo routine that you use a very moisturizing conditioner like the kerastase masque. I have been rebonding my hair for 5 years and this conditioner is excellent. Start at the tips of your hair and work the lather up and leave it on for at least 5 minutes after which you do a cold rinse. Your hair will look like the day you had it rebonded :)

  • Sara Mushtaq

    my hair have long curls.. they are quite better in daily routine but i cant handle my hair in party or something even i straightened them with straightener…n i love straight hair n im sure that straight hair suits on me…so i want to rebond my hair.. suggest me that bremode’s brand for rebonding will good for my hair? and pantene is my regular shampoo so will it is also good for me? now im telling u about my hair condition…… they are dry..they have mucch dandruff ….. so let me know some good tips for my hair

    • Estée M

      Please see my response to the OP question below….

  • seema Mandlik

    Heartly thanks to Namita!!!!! for this helpfull article till yesterday m thinking for rebonding even advance also given in a parloaur but thanks to you ……. now m decided i cant able to this much take care of hair so my plaanning is cancel……….. m happy with my hair…… if i want i will do temporarly ironning..

  • chinee

    Hi Namita,
    I used to have black, thick natural wavy hair. I got by hair rebonded 8mos ago, after 5mos I dyed my hair dark reddish brown bec my grey hair are getting more visible, im getting conscious of my grey hair everyday & that my hair is again beggining to get back to wavy , im plannining again to do both rebonding and hair color soon, is that safe? Do you have any suggestions of a brand and color for me??? Pls help me on how to cover up both my grey and wavy hair????? Thank you

  • Kulbir

    Hi Namita

    Thanks for this article, Excellent and very helpful article.

    I got my hair rebounded 15 days ago. So Can you please give me some use full tips. My hair is dry, I’m using L’Oreal total repair shampoo with conditioner.

    I just want to know when can I start oiling and colouring to my hair and please suggest me which oil and colour would good for my dry hairs.

    Thanks in advance :)

    Kind Regards


  • rhykz

    Hi Namita,
    Is it safe to use bio hair after rebounding?

  • Meghna

    I was tweaking with the idea of getting permanent rebonded hair for sometime now. Thanks for sharing such an informative and well-researched article about the same. Gave me an insight about what works and what doesn’t. Will keep coming back for more such in-depth and informative posts. Keep sharing more! :)

  • Angel

    hi, thanks for all the tip, i really learned a lot. Now I know most of the things that I did was wrong., hehe

  • Xyz

    My hair is rebounded hAir.. Can i use kumarika herbal hair oil for care my hair?

  • 123

    hi,thnx 4 these useful tips.i got my hair rebonded.can i use ayurvedic or dove shampoo?

  • Tiffany Nicole

    Can I have my hair color then rebond?

    • sandeul

      Yes but it’s best to wait a few weeks in between and no bleach please.

  • Tiffany Nicole

    Can I color before rebonding?

    • StyleCraze

      Hi Tiffany, coloring and rebounding are two chemical treatments. Subjecting hair to chemicals twice in a short time may cause damage to the hair than do any good. It is advisable to maintains six months of gap between the two procedures.

  • Puja Chakraborty

    hyyy.. I got my hair rebonded with Schwarzkopf products…. i have done it now its becm so roufgh and shineless…and am facing hair fall too… can u plz suggest me any Natural way to get rid of this….plzzzzz do rpl….

  • kat

    I got my hair rebonded stupidly on vacation in Philippines visiting family. Everyone convinced me to do it, had I done proper research of it before, I would have not. After getting it rebonded, my hair was constantly oily and always falling out. The only solution I could think of to get rid of it faster was to cut it. I cut off 9 inches of hair (about to my chin) and have to let it slowly grow back out again. Its been six months since I got it rebonded. My hair texture isn’t the same, but since cutting off so much my hair has stopped falling out as much, it’s thicker and healthier again. Its grown out to about my shoulders and even though I hate the length I have to constantly remind myself that this was for the best. Even now my hair isn’t the same and I miss my curls. I wOULD NEVER encourage anyone to get their hair rebonded unless they are prepared for the downfall.

  • dona

    i ve recently rebonded my hair with loreal den juz aftr a single wash my previous hair returned back,it was not at all sleek straight. i ve consulted with the hairdresser, they repeated the same rebonding process within the same week..wud it harm my hair??? but my hair is now sleek and shiny, no hairfall, and much maneagable than before.

  • sonia

    I have rebonded my hair two days before can we use oil on the rebonded hair

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Rose! yes can go ahead and dye your hair as it has been an year that you got your hair rebounded. A minimum period of six months should be maintained before trying out something new on hair after undergoing hair rebound treatment.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Eyah, after hair rebonding, any new haircut will fall flat. So, it is recommended by the professionals that one should get a haircut before you apply chemicals.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Jane, it is advisable to not mess with your hair for at least six months – that means no hair coloring, no streaks, no highlighting and no rebounding. As your hair needs to relax after the high dose of straightening chemicals.However to repair the damage you can trim your hair, apply conditioner and serum or use hair masks frequently or get hair spas done to moisturize your hair.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Shannon, the basic care for rebonded hair invloves no coloring or dyeing hair for atleast six months after the procedure. If your dye is chemical based one then it may lead to dry and damaged hair. During the rebound procedure your hair is subjected to various chemical treatments. Hence it is advisable to not to dye your hair for the next four months.

  • shaima

    Hi,i just got my hair rebonded yesterday, Can i swim after three days or no? Thank u

    • StyleCraze

      Dear Shaima, hair stylists usually tell you to avoid swimming in the pool for at least 1 month after hair rebound procedure. You should be fine though after three days. Make sure your hair is wet before you go into the pool and if at all possible put conditioner in your hair and braid it or put it under a cap to keep your hair from absorbing the chlorine. Once a week use a shampoo that will remove any chlorine build-up and shampoo and recondition your hair after every trip to the pool.

  • StyleCraze

    Dear Shirley, rebounding hair is a chemical procedure where you need to take good care of tresses post the procedure, which includes no hair coloring, no streaks, no highlighting. Your hair needs to relax after the high dose of straightening chemicals.It is good to avoid usage of any heating tools. That means no blow drying too for a couple of months. Using them may turn your hair weak and brittle. Secondly there are various good conditioners for rebound hair that you can use such as Wella Professional Enrich Shampoo & conditioner for Straightened Hair, Matrix OptiCare Smooth & Straight, Rusk Keratin Care Smoothing Shampoo& conditioner, Schwarzkopf Bonacure Repair Rescue Shampoo and Conditioner and L’Oreal Professionnel Serie Expert Liss Ultime Shampoo. These range of shampoos and conditioners will keep your hair moisturized, protects chemically treated hair from damage and keeps it healthier. Hope you find these tips and info to be useful !!

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Shine, there are few steps to follow once your hair goes through rebounding process. One of the way to care for rebounded hair is not to wash or wet the hair for three days from the date of the procedure. So if you have undergone the procedure on Friday, then you can wash your hair off on the following Tuesday.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Lu, yes you can go for a touch up as rebonded hair needs a lot more care than regular hair. Due to all the chemical treatments it has undergone, it requires constant care and protection from damage. Maintaining the rebounded hair means regular touch ups at least within 6 months after the treatment. However you should also understand that the touch ups will further weaken your hair over each sitting leaving your hair very susceptible to other damages too.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Ericka, it advisable to not to wet hair for the next three days after the hair rebounding procedure. As you have completely a week then it is fine to go for your swimming classes, however do not let your hair stay in water for a long time and also use a swimming cap to protect your hair.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Bea, the golden rule of taking care of rebounded hair is not to wet your hair for three days after the procedure. As you have mentioned that you are going to wash your hair on thursday then it is alright to get a hair spa done on saturday or next week. Undergoing a hair spa treatment will moisturize your hair and will keep them healthy.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Munmun, rebounding of hair is a chemical process that alters the bonds of your hair. Certain chemicals are used to break the natural bonds of the cells in the hair and then they are rearranged to get straight hair. In this technique, a relaxant or a softener is used to break the natural bonds in the hair and then it is followed by the use of a neutralizer to re-bond the structure again, giving you the desired texture and bonding. However this process makes the hair weak, dry and fragile. If you are suffering from hairfall, you must avoid rebonding or any other chemical hair treatment. Always ensure that your hair remains hydrated and full of life. Use a conditioner every time you wash your hair. Apply a hair serum after towel drying hair. Oil your hair regularly. Use natural hair masks once a week before washing your hair. You can use aloe vera gel, curd or olive oil with an egg. Hope you find these tips to be useful.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Vaishali, tying hair or putting hair behind your ear should be avoid for the first three days after the procedure. As its been a month in your case then you can go ahead and tie your hair….you can also talk to your hair stylist about the different ways you can style your hair without disturbing the structure of your hair.

  • StyleCraze

    Hey Munmun, regular oiling with any of the essential oils such as, coconut oil, almond oil, castor oil, olive oil depending upon your hair type is recommended. Steaming hair with hot towel after the application of oil will also prove to be beneficial, as steam will deep condition and moisturize your hairs and prevent from excessive breakage. When ever you go for any hair treatment, always ensure to keep a gap of six months between the treatments, so smoothening your hair in the month of November should be fine. Also consult with your hair stylist who can guide you better in taking care of your rebounded hair.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Iane, rebounding and dyeing hair..these two are chemical procedures and when it is done frequently..damages the hair roots and shaft. Whenever you rebound your hair …they are always susceptible to damage and turn brittle. You will need to be extra careful to keep them in a top condition. Do not change or mess with your hair for at least six months – that means no hair coloring, no streaks, no highlighting. You can also go for a hair cut and let your new hair grow.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Dheeksha, some of the general hair care tips for Straightened Hair are:
    1. Which ever hair straightening method that you used for your hair, you have to take special care of it. You should keep in mind the instructions given to you by your hair stylist. You will have to prevent it from getting dry and brittle.
    2. You should always rinse your hair thoroughly after you shampoo it, because the residue might remain stuck to the newly straightened hair.
    3. Use a leave-in conditioner and use it daily so that your hair is taken care of properly every day.
    4. Always detangle your hair strands using a wide toothed comb.
    5. Go for a deep conditioning treatment for your hair once a week or more depending on the instructions of your stylist.
    6. After the straightening procedure do not tie your hair for atleast three days and you can apply coconut oil as it will moisturize your scalp and prevents your hair turning dry.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Daisy, you need to avoid washing or rinsing hair for the next three days after the procedure, so wash your hair on Tuesday instead of Monday, and do not be worried about little water on your hair… make sure to just wipe them of quickly.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi s12, it is important that not to undergo any other hair treatment for six months after one session of hair rebounding. Rebounding of hair is a chemical process that alters the bonds of your hair. Certain chemicals are used to break the natural bonds of the cells in the hair and then they are rearranged to get straight hair. In this technique, a relaxant or a softener is used to break the natural bonds in the hair and then it is followed by the use of a neutralizer to re-bond the structure again, giving you the desired texture and bonding. However this process makes the hair weak, dry and fragile. If you are suffering from hairfall, you must avoid rebonding or any other chemical hair treatment. Always ensure that your hair remains hydrated and full of life. Use a conditioner every time you wash your hair. Apply a hair serum after towel drying hair. Oil your hair regularly. Use natural hair masks once a week before washing your hair. You can use aloe vera gel, curd or olive oil with an egg. Hope you find these tips to be useful.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Ricky, after rebounding your hair, you should not apply anything on the hair or wet them for the next three days. Wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner after three days. Leave the conditioner on your hair for extra minutes. Apply a hair serum regularly. Use a leave in conditioner.Use hair masks frequently or get hair spas done. Also follow a nutritious diet to keep your hair healthy.

  • StyleCraze

    Dear Itishree, during rebounding procedure your hair will be subjected to chemical damage, no matter how many precautions you take. Hair can fall very easily after this procedure as the roots are weakened. It is a lot of careful handling. Rebonded hair needs a lot more care than regular hair. Keep your hair safe from environmental factors – harsh sun rays, cold winds and the rains. Apply a hair serum regularly and use leave in conditioners. Have your hair trimmed on a regular basis. Use hair masks frequently or get hair spas done.

  • OriginalLalayne10

    Hi i reboned my hair on june 30th and im using total repair 5 conditioner and i dont know if its working cuz im always putting my hair up for 1 week so far and taking a shower often so am i doing good or not well

    • StyleCraze

      Hi, it is important that you do not wet your hair for three days after the procedure. It is also necessary to not to tie your hair or put it on the back of your ears. The hair will be in a state where it acquires a shape. Always use cold water to wash your hair and not hot water. Apart from washing your hair, use hair masks frequently or get hair spas done, to keep your hair in top condition.

  • Soni Rathee

    Hey myself soni I had smoothing my hair last August after smoothing my hair is so weak in strength and very thin and hair fall In many of numbers I m worried about my hairs plzz help me what I do to control hair fall nd make hair strong and thick

    • StyleCraze

      Hi Soni, hair smoothing, rebounding or any chemical treatment that hairs undergo, makes the roots weak and prone to damage. All the hair treatments should be done in moderation. f you have already undergone smoothing treatments, then restrict the number of times you head for a touch up. Target not more than 3 smoothing treatments a year to avoid damaged hair that tends to break and fall. After each smoothing procedure, ensure you are thorough in your post hair-care follow up routine which means go out of your way to condition and hydrate your hair with nourishing ingredients. Maintenance is key to prevent hair damage. Use any shampoo that does not contain sulphate or sodium which dissolves keratin. Always wash hair with lukewarm water and never hot and end with a cold rinse. You can also use leave-in conditioners or serums that contain keratin, collagen or polypeptides that help strengthen brittle hair which breaks. Do invest in such hair care products and also in home remedies involving coconut oils, olives, eggs, and so on. Along with your routine hair care, try to take some additional supplements along with your dietary intake such as Biotin capsules. hope you find these tips to be useful !

  • StyleCraze

    Hi FZ, Loreal x-tenso serum can be applied on wet or dry hair. Apply or distribute the serum evenly on the hair, mainly towards the ends. The serum requires re-application within 2 to 3 hours, for it to be long-lasting. Can you also tell us more about hair oil question. What would you like to know about it?

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Soni, any chemical treatment like smoothing, coloring or rebounding can make the hair roots weak and brittle. To make the hair strong and healthy, use organic or mild shampoo, apply protein hair mask once or twice in a week, get a hair spa done once or twice in a month to keep your hair in top condition. Diet too plays an important role for the growth of new hair. A good diet consists of nuts, cashews, almonds and lots of fruits and vegetables. These are known to promote healthy hair.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Soni, here is the list of few Keratin shampoos available in the market, you can try any one of them: Dove Damage Solution Intense Repair Shampoo, L’oreal Professionnel X tenso care Nutri-Reconstructor Shampoo, Organix Brazilian Keratin Therapy Shampoo, Tresemme Keratin Smooth Shampoo, Schwarzkopf Gliss Hair Repair with Liquid Keratin and Sunsilk Keratinlogy Detoxifying Shampoo.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi TR, you have n’t mentioned anything about the kind of scalp you have, such as oily or dry and did you undergo any hair treatment like rebounding. Frequency of washing hair depends like to what extend your hair is exposed to pollution or dust. If you travel or sweat extensively then it requires washing your hair every alternate day or at least twice in a week to clean your scalp or avoid any dirt build up.If you spend much of your time indoors then you may not be required to wash your hair much. Once in every five days is fine.

  • StyleCraze

    Hi Ricky, oiling is good way to moisturize hair and strengthen them. Apply warm olive oil or coconut oil, massage your scalp well and then was your hair after 30-60 mins with a mild shampoo and condition them as usual. Massage your scalp with hair oil at least once or twice in a week to strengthen hair roots. Rest of the time you can apply serum after a hair wash. Get a hair spa done once or twice in a month. Hair fall is very common once to subject your hair to a chemical treatment like rebounding. Give extra care to your hair. Eat well to promote new hair growth.