Question: Should I dye my hair before or after keratin?

In short, you should apply your hair color first, followed by keratin treatment. If you’ve already undergone a keratin treatment, be sure to wait two weeks before you dye your hair. If you don’t, you could end up with uneven color and frizzy, dry locks.

Should you color before or after keratin treatment?

Q: Can hair be colored before the treatment? A: Yes! A great time to have the treatment done would be directly after permanent color, semi-permanent or highlights.

Can I dye my hair and then do keratin?

You can either color your hair before the Brazilian Keratin Treatment or after, However if you color your hair after the BKT or Brazilian Blowout you should wait about 7-10 Days to allow the Keratin Treatment to settle as the color may remove some of the keratin.

When can I Colour my hair after keratin treatment?

If your stylist is using the Original, Chocolate, or Advanced keratin formulas, you will need to wait between 2 or 3 weeks before coloring your hair. If using Soft Treatment or Soft Chocolate Treatment, your hair can be colored at any time.

Can I dye my hair after protein treatment?

Yes, hair should be healthy prior to adding color, but using a protein treatment after is a better option. … As our hairstylist expert suggests, use the protein treatment a week or two after you apply your color and enjoy your new color.

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Is it better to do highlights or keratin first?

BEFORE YOUR KERATIN APPOINTMENT

Get your permanent color, semi-permanent color or highlights directly before your keratin treatment. The treatment seals in the color, making it last longer and appear more vibrant.

How do you use protein filler before coloring hair?

As a pre-color treatment: Apply the filler evenly throughout your clean, towel damp hair, and let it sit for about 20 minutes. Do not rinse the product from your hair. Apply the color as usual. After rinsing the color follow up with a moisturizing conditioner.

Do you wash your hair before protein treatment?

Protein conditioning treatments should be done after shampooing your hair (not co-washing) for best results. Using protein treatments too frequently can lead to moisture deficient hair which again leads to damage. Deep condition with a protein based conditioner as needed to regain moisture protein balance.