Contrary to popular belief, Brazil is not the largest exporter of brazil nuts. Its largest export is, in fact, oranges. These bright balls of delight are more than just your average flu-fighters, they contain some surprising benefits for your hair too. Of course, if fruit and nuts only interest you when they’re poured into a chocolate bar, you’ll be happy to know that they have absolutely nothing to do with today’s deal: a Brazilian Blowdry for R684 at Transformation Hair Studio.
The Transformation hairstylists are serious about their trade. These glamour-ready stylists eat their fruit and nuts on a regular basis to provide them with the energy needed to perform tasks few mere mortals can manage. “Transformation” is indeed a term they do not take lightly. With the Brazilian Blow dry treatment, your luscious locks are guaranteed to change appearance in the space of about three hours.
The Keratin-based treatment starts with a gentle and soothing wash, followed by a show of mastery involving straightening irons and skilful hands. Rather than wiping out all the personality from your hair, the treatment takes on a gentle demeanour and eliminates the unruly frizz instead. It is said to relax between 50 and 80 per cent of your curl, leaving you with manageable hair and a hairbrush with a happy heart. Some stylists say that if you look closely enough, you can see wisps of hair dancing the Waltz on the top of your head. Some other stylists say that they are actually just dancing the Samba very slowly.
There is no guarantee that you won’t crave a glass of orange juice and bowl of brazil nuts after a Brazilian Blow dry. However this will in no way be connected to the treatment.
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