Ways and Reasons to Successful Blowouts
In the Dominican Republic, conditioning treatments are applied like clockwork, every week at the salon, where women often spend hours being pampered and beautified while socialising with friends, family and neighbours who also share their steadfast commitment to keeping themselves beautiful. Hairdressers are regular and efficient with trims and their customers oblige; they can see that their hair is growing lengthy and lush as easily as they glimpse the flashes of silver as the stylist puts the shears to work. It's as essential an element to their results-based beauty regimen as the multiple applications of conditioner. Speaking of which, even when Dominican hair is done at home, the routine doesn't alter. Usually, there are not just two but four or five conditioning steps; sometimes including a pretreatment which takes the number up to five.
BUT WHAT DOES IT DO???
Dominican women are renowned for their ability to style their naturally tightly-curled hair straight and silky, no matter how coarse the texture or how resistant the curl. The famous Dominican Blowout is a temporary, 100% chemical-free styling option, available to natural women who want to add straight to the variety of looks achievable by their inherently versatile hair, as well as to women who relax, who can use the method to add that extra silkiness and swing to their hair, and even stretch the time between relaxers.
So how do they get hair so silkily straight and keep it that way?
FRESH out of the stylist's chair with your gleaming new Dominican 'do, your silky, swaying hair moves whenever you do, swinging as you walk, rising, falling gently with the breeze. When your hair looks this great, you want to keep it looking this way as long as possible.
The Protective Reconditioned Dominican Blowout lasts from 1-2 weeks, provided you treat it right. Here's a checklist of what to do to maximise the smoothness and the lifetime of your style:
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