Q&A, with video, about the CHI Enviro American Smoothing Treatment
Many of you have been asking questions about the new hair straightening treatment we’ve been talking about. We asked for a few facts from the company, Farouk Systems, and we wanted to share them with all of you! Also, check out the video below that I did highlighting the process from start to finish. Just post any questions to this, and I will try my hardest to answer them all, or find someone who can!
Q: What is the CHI Enviro American Smoothing System?
A: This revolutionary treatment eliminates up to 95% of frizz, reduces curl and instantly adds amazing shine, silkiness and condition to the hair. It is a protein reconstructing complex with amino acids, proteins, silk and pearl to increase shine and strength. It is free from formaldehyde and formaldehyde-releasing chemicals. Its protein and amino acid complex allows temporary change in the structure of hair fibers, leaving hair easier to comb, as well as silkier, smoother and shinier hair.
Q: When can I color my hair?
A: Hair can be colored immediately following the smoothing treatment with Farouk Systems Ammonia Free colors.
Q: When can I shampoo my hair?
A: You may shampoo your hair 48 hours following the smoothing treatment. However, do not use pony tail bands, clippies, headbands or anything that would stifle the hair’s straight pattern for at least 48 hours following the treatment.
Q:How long will the results last?
A: Smoothing treatment results can last up to 4 months depending upon hair type and maintenance at home from client. It is recommended that customers use the CHI Enviro Home Care Maintenance Shampoo and Conditioner.
Q: How long does the treatment take to complete?
A: Average time is usually 2 hours. The length, density and amount of hair will determine the time spent during this service.
Q: How soon can customers do a touch up?
A: This hair straightening treatment can be given again after 4-6 weeks. It has no harmful chemicals. Only amino acids, proteins, silk and pearl are infused into the hair.
Check out this video for a little more information:
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