Q: Is Anti-Frizz by YUKO safe?
A: Yes. Anti-Frizz by YUKO solutions does not contain any chemicals that produce formaldehyde or any other cancer-causing substances. Stylists and clients do not need to wear protective masks during the Anti-Frizz by YUKO procedure. Other smoothing treatments such as Brazilian/Keratin treatments may contain hazardous chemicals which release highly carcinogenic gas. For more information on the danger of chemicals, please check OSHA Safety and Regulations.
Q: What kind of results can be expected?
A: The treated hair will be smoother and more manageable. This treatment will fortify and nourish the hair, which over time will lead to naturally healthier and shinier hair.
Q: Will Anti-Frizz by YUKO damage my hair?
A: Anti-Frizz by YUKO procedure is not just about smoothing away frizz, it also controls and improves hair texture. Correct application by a trained and experienced stylist will give you the results you desire. Make sure you consult a stylist if you have any concerns before getting the treatment.
Q: How long does the Anti-Frizz by YUKO process take?
A: 90 minutes, depending on the hair type, length amount of hair and damage level.
Q: How long does the Anti-Frizz by YUKO last?
A: Results of Anti-Frizz by YUKO will last on average 3 months. We recommend that you get touch-ups every 3-5 months, when the coating naturally washes away. Better after care regimens will results in longer lasting results.
Q: How soon after having Anti-Frizz by YUKO can the hair be washed or get wet?
A: You can wash or wet your hair 1 day after this treatment is done. Other keratin treatment can require up to 4 days before washing.
Q: Does Anti-Frizz by YUKO work on any type of hair?
A: Yes, Anti-Frizz by YUKO works on any type of hair, especially processed and highly damaged hair. This treatment can be performed on hair with relaxer, Brazilian/Keratin Treatment or Japanese hair straightening as well. We do, however, suggest waiting 2 weeks after the hair is colored/highlighted before this treatment is done.
Q: Can I have Anti-Frizz by YUKO and color done at the same time?
A: No. Color your hair at least 2 weeks before or after the anti-frizz treatment procedure. Applying both chemical treatments simultaneously will result in hair damage, so do them separately to avoid undesirable results.
Q: Do I need to use special hair-care products after Anti-Frizz by YUKO?
A: :We recommend using our Sulfate-free Kokoro G shampoo and treatment. Please refer to our After Care Tips for information on daily hair care.
Q: How is Anti-Frizz by YUKO different from the original Japanese hair straightening and other thermal reconditioning method?
A: The original YUKO straightening is permanent, but Anti-Frizz by YUKO is semi-permanent, so the treatment will last on average 3 months. The hair's results from Anti-Frizz by YUKO will be smooth and more manageable, but hair will not be perfectly straight.
ADD VOLUME REBONDING HAIR STYLE WITH FULL OF VOLUME AND ELASTICITY
WHAT IS C CURL VOLUME IRON PERM?
Traditional Japanese thermal straightening perm makes hair pin straight and very flat. C curl Volume Magic straight not only straightens hair but gives extra volume on the root and creates C curl at the end for more voluminous look!!
WHAT IS IRON PERM?
Iron perm creates dramatic sleek curl, not using rods but using irons to thermally recondition and rebond the hair. Unlike winding from the end using rod, curls can be made from the top, middle, anywhere you want. Since curls are made by pressing and winding with a iron, frizzy and coarse hair become silky smooth while creating bouncy curl.
Frequently Asked Questions for Iron Perm:
Q: How long does the Iron Perm process take?
A: 3.5-5 hours, depending on the hair type, length, amount of hair, and damage level.
Q: How long does Iron Perm Last?
A: Hair that is treated with Iron Perm will remain curled almost permanently. However, new hair will grow according to its natural texture. We recommend that you get Iron touch-ups every 6 months, but the interval will vary depending on your natural hair texture and how quickly your hair grows.
Q: How soon after having Iron Perm can the hair be washed or get wet?
A: You can wash or wet your hair 2 day after this treatment is done.
Q: How does Iron Perm work?
A: The solutions work by physically changing the internal structure of the hair. By applying heat with a curling iron, it creates a permanent curl shape.
Q: Will Iron Perm damage my hair?
A: The Iron process is not just about curling hair, it also re-texturizes your hair to a healthy shine. Correct application by a trained and experienced stylist will give you the results you desire. Make sure you consult a stylist experienced in Iron Perm if you have any concerns.
Q: Does Iron Perm work on any type of hair?
A: Yes, The Ion Perm works on straight, flat, and volume-less hair. Although we do recommend taking extra cautions when dealing with highlighted and damaged hair. The best candidate for Iron Perm is healthy virgin hair or hair that has been colored by a stylist with single process color. (not home color)
Q: Can I have Iron Perm and color at the same time?
A: No. Color your hair at least 2 weeks before or after the Iron Perm procedure. Applying both chemical treatments simultaneously will result in hair damage, so do them separately to avoid undesirable results.
Q: Do I need to use special hair-care products after the Iron Perm?
A: We offer home care products that will work optimally on hair that has been treated with Iron Perm. Please refer to our After Care Tips for information on daily hair care.
Q: How is Iron Perm different from other Perm methods?
A: In addition to being a state-of-the-art permanent curl, Iron perm is also a recognized technique of restoring health to the hair.
Thio-based Perm solution. Three different strength depending on the hair condition.
Digital Perms Use Heat Treatment And Restructuring
The first thing to keep in mind about digital perms is what they actually entail.
Perms, in general, are a type of hair treatment you can receive to achieve permanent curls or waves in your lovely locks. They typically involve heat treatment in order to shape the hair into a permanent curl.
Digital perms involve a heat and chemical treatment that changes the chemical makeup of your hair. Essentially, your stylist will treat your hair with chemicals that restructure each strand. Then, he/she will use hot rods to curl sections of hair.
Afterwards, your stylist will apply further chemicals to lock the shape into form. The result is wavy hair that you don't have to worry about for up to a year or more.
Digital perms are different from another type of permanent treatment called cold wave perms.
Cold wave perms basically don't use heat to achieve permanent curls and waves. They do involve the application of chemicals to lock structure in place around plastic curlers or rods. These aren't nearly as time intensive and can result in tighter curls.
If the idea of heat and hair restructuring freaks you out, don't worry. It is possible to choose a salon that uses high-quality chemicals and certified heat treatment to give you the best possible look.
You'll also want to have a consultation first before scheduling your digital perm to ensure it's right for you.
Digital Perm Is An Investment
If you're thinking about getting a perm, keep in mind that it's an investment on multiple levels. Digital perms take several hours to complete, because your stylist will be giving attention to every strand of hair.
They also can be more expensive than cold wave perms, because of the time, chemicals, and heat treatment involved. Normally perms are priced at starting values and can increase in cost based off of thickness and length of your hair.
When you do book your perm, make sure you set aside a whole morning or afternoon to get it done.
It's Not For Everyone
Digital perms aren't for everyone. This could be because of how long they last. Most digital perms will last for at least 3 months to a year, and some people don't want permanent curls for that long.
Other stylists recommend that digital perms suit people with thin and straight hair. Originally, in fact, digital perms came about as an Asian hair treatment.
If you also have a history of severely damaged hair, you may want to stay away from perms of any kind. This is because perms do apply chemicals to your hair and can aggravate any existing damage.
If you're trying to decide on whether or not a digital perm is right for you, consult your stylist. If a digital perm isn't right for you but you still want permanent curls, you can consider a variety of other perms.
The Results Are More Natural Than Cold Perms
One of the largest benefits of digital perms is the result. In general, digital perms will give you fuller and more natural looking curls than other perms out there. This is particularly the case when you compare digital perms to cold wave perms.
If you're tired of your stick-straight hair and really want to look as if you've spent hours in front of the mirror with an array of curling irons, then digital perms are right for you.
However, if you want more of a beachy wind-tossed curl, you may want to consider another type of perm.
Digital Perms Still Require Maintenance
You may think that getting a perm means you don't have to take care of your hair ever again. But this actually isn't the case.
You'll still have to take care of your hair after getting a digital perm. Some individuals will encounter extra frizzing in the weeks following a perm due to the heat treatment and restructuring.
It's important to treat your hair with keratin-boosting products to bring out the shine in your new curls. You'll also want to investigate anti-frizz cremes and sprays, and bring home some high-quality shampoo and conditioner to give your new curls some extra love.
Keep in mind that digital perms do restructure your hair. They involve the application of some intense chemicals to your locks. It is possible to find treatments that aren't as harsh on your hair, but you'll also want to invest in some hair products that can help counterbalance the treatment.