There seems to be confusion and sometimes a breakdown in communication between stylists and clients since the term "Brazilian Blowout" has become somewhat of a catch-all description for keratin hair straightening processes.
The Chicken in Paradise Party is similar to the Bonanza and Blowout parties, except you receive 20 chicken tenders, chips and soft drinks instead of pizza or hot dogs.
The makers of the Brazilian Blowout claims that hair drying time will be cut in half, frizz will disappear, and your hair will be shinier for three months.
Moreover, if your hair is naturally frizzy or curly, a good blowout and a flat iron can give you a new strikingly modelesque look for prom.
Brazilian Blowout solution has been shown in some studies to contain formaldehyde, which is a human carcinogen and commonly an allergen.
According to SafeCosmetics.org, the company that makes Brazilian Blowout solution has denied claims and later sued Oregon OSHA.
Brazilian Blowout is a brand of keratin treatment performed in salons that gives smooth, shiny, frizz-free, often perfect hair.
The Brazilian Blowout brand, and its products, are considered a godsend by many with curly, wavy, or frizzy, unmanageable hair.
While the trend is towards shiny, frizz-free hair, Brazilian Blowout is a brand name treatment used to get those results.
The Brazilian Blowout began in Brazil around 2005 and not long after made its way to North America and Europe.