Hair rebonding is the hottest hair trend to hit the town. Curly and thick hairs are straighten using a straightening product and hair iron. The process differs from hair relaxing and other straightening method. Hair rebonding retain the hair’s smoothness and softness for a longer period of time. In addition, hair rebonding allow you to colour or bleach your hair a week after the application without damaging or breaking your hair. The whole process takes for hours to complete. Although the price is higher than any other hair straightening process, hair salons never ran out of customer who wants to try this hair miracle because it is very effective.
However, rebonded hair needs to be treated with extreme care. It can cause burning of the skin and scalp if chemical sticks to the hair for a longer period of time. Besides, some claim to suffer hair fall and baldness because of rebonding. Chemical treated hair is more prone to dryness and split ends.
Tips on how to take care of rebonded hair:
• use a special shampoo especially formulated for rebonded hair
• use a conditioner every time you wash your hair
• use hair serum or masks at least once a week
Types of hair rebonding:
- • semi hair rebond
process takes less time than hair rebonding. Aside from time, the price is also cheaper. Unlike hair rebonding, semi hair rebonding gives your hair a natural straight look because the hair is not that flat. Also, semi hair rebond gives your hair more body.
- • milk rebond
This hair straightening process is ideal for chemical treated hair. Milk rebonding was first introduced in the Philippines by Ricky Reyes. The formula is made of 70 percent milk. The process do not only give every girl a shiny hair but also brings back hair protein and heal the hair cuticle.