Shine Treatment

our special treatment

Why Shine Treatment?

Damaged hair has had cuticle stripped off.
If the hair is highly damaged, the interstitial substance inside the hair will flow out and the hair will be damaged inside.
Damaged hair is like a sponge it is very porous. A dry sponge is hard. When you put water in the sponge, unless you squeeze it out, it will not be able to dry. Like a sponge there are a lot of holes in damaged hair, so water continues to drip out of the hair and therefore it takes a long time for you to dry it.
When damaged hair dries , it becomes dry and crunchy.

When Shine Treatment Works The Best

Some hair types do not retain the benefit of the shine hair treatment for very long of the first treatment.
Here’s how to tell if your hair needs another application of the shine treatment.

  • Your hair seems to drip forever after you have washed it.

  • Why the treatment doesn’t last.

This is usually the case with hair that has been damaged by high level color.

What is Shine Treatment?

Healthy hair has a tighter cuticle. The interstitial substance inside is kept stable.
As long as the surface is dry, that’s all that’s needed.
That’s why healthy hair dries faster. When your hair is damaged even if the treatment gets inside the hair, it leaves immediately.
The shine treatment will penetrate the inside of your hair, and you need to do it at least three times in a row in order to make the effect last longer. It’s important to get your hair shiny in one session, but you need to know what’s going on with your hair. Then we can work together on future care and help make your hair beautiful and shiny. Interfiles are found in the hair’s hair follicle, and the hair follicle is full of fibrous keratin in bundles called fibrils, which are soft keratin proteins that fill in the spaces between the fibrils and glue the fibrils together.
It is said that this is where perm and colorants work.