THE STEPS OF YUKO HAIR STRAIGHTENING
STEP 1: CONSULTATION
STEP 2: PRE-TREATMENT (PRIMER)
STEP 3: SOLUTION (PROCESSING)
STEP 4: IRONING
STEP 5: NEUTRALIZE & STYLE
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How long does the YUKO hair straightening process take?
A: 3-4 hours, depending on the hair type, length, amount of hair and damage level.
Q: How long does YUKO hair straightening last?
A: Hair that is treated with YUKO will remain straight almost permanently. However, new hair will grow according to its natural texture. We recommend that you get YUKO touch-ups every 4 to 6 months, but the interval will vary depending on your natural hair texture and how quickly your hair grows.
Q: How soon after having YUKO hair straightening can the hair be washed or get wet?
A: You can wash or wet your hair 2 days after this treatment is done. Blow dry 100% after shampooing every time to maintain straightness.
Q: How does YUKO hair straightening work?
A: The solutions used for YUKO hair straightening permanently straightens the hair. The solutions work by physically changing the internal structure of the hair. By applying heat with a flat iron, it creates a permanent straight shape.
Q: Is YUKO hair straightening safe?
A: Yes. YUKO solutions do not contain any chemicals that produce formaldehyde or any other cancer-causing substances.
Q: Will YUKO hair straightening damage my hair?
A: The YUKO process is not just about straightening hair, it also re-texturizes your hair to a healthy shine. Correct application by a trained and experienced stylist will give you the results you desire. Make sure you consult your stylist.
Q: Does YUKO hair straightening work on any type of hair?
A: Yes, YUKO hair straightening works on all hair types. The best candidate for YUKO hair straightening is healthy virgin hair or hair that has been colored by a stylist with single process color.
Q: Can I have YUKO hair straightening and color at the same time?
A: No. Color your hair at least 2 weeks before or after the straightening procedure. Applying both chemical treatments simultaneously will result in hair damage, so do them separately to avoid undesirable results.
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