Brazilian Blowout


The Brazilian Blowout is the most innovative and effective professional smoothing hair treatment in the world. With the proprietary polymer system and Brazilian Super Nutrient complex, this treatment actually improves the condition of the hair by creating a protective protein layer around the hair shaft to eliminate frizz and smooth the cuticles.

It takes approximately 90 minutes for the treatment to be completed. First, your hair is washed with a specially formulated anti-residue professional shampoo. Then your hair is towel-dried and sectioned off. Then the hair is combed throughout each section from root to tip and lightly dusted with a special product.

The solution surrounds each shaft with a protective protein layer that will smooth and flatten the cuticle. Your hair will then be blown dried and straightened with a round brush.

Katie is very happy with her Brazilian Blowout from Sherri Post

When your hair is completely dry, it will be divided into four sections. A flat iron is then used to further straighten the hair. When that is done, the hair will be rinsed, towel dried and the Brazilian Masque applied. This process will seal the Brazilian formula into your hair. We will wait 60 seconds and rinse the hair again and towel dry the hair.

The smoothing serum will then be applied to further seal the cuticle and assist in detangling the hair prior to the drying and straightening the hair for the last time. The hair will then be styled to your liking.

This process will keep your hair soft and straight for up to 12 weeks.

Joey has been trained and certified to do the Brazilian Blowouts. Those who have come to him are loving the results! The cost is $250. Acai aftercare products are available for purchase. They help to ensure that you get the longest lasting results with your blowout. You may make an appointment with Joey by calling or texting him at (559) 916-1363. (Joey prefers texting)

Brazilian Blowout Proven Safe by Oregon OSHA

Exposure to Cosmetologists and Clients Is Well Below OSHA's Air Level Requirements

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - November 10, 2010) - On October 29, 2010, Oregon OSHA released results of a comprehensive air monitoring study conducted across seven salons. Each case yielded Formaldehyde exposure levels well beneath OSHA's Action Level, Permissible Exposure Level, and Short-Term Exposure Level.OSHA's Action Level of 0.5 parts per million is the most stringent level of exposure set by the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

The average Formaldehyde gas exposure level for the seven salons tested by Oregon OSHA was 0.079 parts per million; over six times lower than the OSHA Action Level of 0.5 parts per million.

Sample Case Study #7 (cited directly from Oregon OSHA's recent report entitled "Keratin Based" Hair Smoothing Products And the Presence of Formaldehyde):

Case 7: The seventh salon had four stations with a false ceiling. No doors or windows were left open and the stylist did not use any fans during the treatment. She did not wear gloves. Breathing zone samples were placed on the stylist during the process, which took 94 minutes. The samples were changed every 15 minutes. Samples were also placed to the right of the stylist, near the stylist's sink and to the left of the stylist. The stylist's peak exposure was 0.471 ppm, while applying the solution. Her average exposure during the procedure was 0.255 ppm and the 8 hour average was 0.050 ppm.

The results did not exceed the 8-hour limit and it is unlikely that multiple treatments would have done so.


CONCLUSION:

Air sample tests conducted by Oregon OSHA demonstrate that Formaldehyde exposure in with the Brazilian blowout has levels that are safely below OSHA's Action Level.



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