JAPANESE THERMAL RECONDITIONING

Pierre Haddad™ thermal reconditioning originated in Japan and has been practiced in Australia since 2003. This treatment has been featured in just about every fashion magazine in Australia such as VOGUE, InStyle, COSMOPOLITAN, BAZAAR, marie claire, Woman’sDay and more.
What is Thermal Reconditioning?
The Results
What kind of hair is suitable for Thermal Reconditioning?
Will I still need to blow-dry my hair after the treatment?
What other names are used to describe Thermal Reconditioning?
How long will the Thermal Reconditioning treatment last?
I have colour in my hair, will that matter?
What is Thermal Reconditioning?

Thermal Reconditioning is a revolutionary Japanese straightening treatment that uses heat to restructure the bonds in your hair, resulting in straight, glossy, smooth, shiny hair that requires hardly any blow drying.

The process produces stunning results that can last from six to ten months with only the re-growth needing a touch up.

Pierre Haddad™ himself undertook full training in Asia to introduce the state-of-the-art technique in his salon and he remains to be one of the few licensed instructors here in Australia.

The Results

Thermal Reconditioning is a process that permanently alters the internal structure of the hair shaft rendering it completely straight. It will also remove a great deal of the fullness and body from the hair giving it a sleeker appearance. After Thermal Reconditioning, hair is unaffected by humidity, rain and steam leaving the hair sleek and frizz free. Over time, repeated Thermal reconditioning actually leaves the hair in better condition than before the process due to the intense conditioning that the ends receive.

What kind of hair is suitable for Thermal Reconditioning?

Most hair types These types include: ” Caucasian Hair. ” Asian Hair. ” Middle Eastern Hair. ” Norwegian Hair. ” Latin Hair. ” African Mixed Hair (mixed with any other hair type that makes it stronger). ” All other Hair types.

Will I still need to blow-dry my hair after the treatment?

Sometimes yes, but just tussling the hair to get the moisture out. This usually takes about 4 to 5 minutes instead of 45 minutes! Some people will not need to blow-dry at all. In most cases you will not need any kind of brush.

What other names are used to describe Thermal Reconditioning?

Japanese Hair Straightening, Japanese Straightening, Thermal Restructuring, Rebonding, Thermal Reconstruction, Ironic Straightener.

How long will the Thermal Reconditioning treatment last?

Whatever gets treated will remain straight forever and will not become curly or wavy again. The new growth that appears in the months following the treatment will need to be Thermally Reconditioned again. The new growth usually needs to be treated about five to ten months after the initial treatment.

I have colour in my hair, will that matter?

Tints and semi-permanent hair colour that deposit colour are not usually any problem at all.

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