My Kerabond Treatment Experience
Time really flies so fast, it was like just yesterday when Ren had his sembreak, then just today it’s back to school already. Nakakabitin ang bakasyon!
What happened to the one week sembreak? Let me reminisce, hmmmm we went to SM Megamall for the trick or treat event last Monday, we stayed at the house last Tuesday, I went to the Salon for my hair Kerabond last Wednesday, went to mommies and kids get together last Thursday, stayed at the house last Friday, went to Eastwood mall for the Robinsons Supermarket Get Wellness Event last Saturday and went to South Cemetery to visit my in-laws grave plus we watched Trolls last Sunday. That’s it!
Anyway, this post is about my Kerabond Treatment Experience at Status Salon in City Mall.
It’s been 3 years already since I had my hair rebonded. The reason why it took me so long to do it again is because hair rebonding is damaging to the hair. It makes my hair fall more than normal and it becomes dry.
This is what my natural hair looks like. It’s wavy and thick. It’s hard to manage so I usually just tie it.
BUT, why did I decided to do it again this time? First, because it’s sembreak and I know that hair rebonding takes a lot of time to do (on my part it took me 7 hours), walang pasok kaya keri lang magtagal sa salon. Thanks to my husband for agreeing to this insanity/vanity. Second, after you had a hair rebond you need to wait for 3 days before you wash your hair. Sembreak is the perfect time to stay at home at magkulong while you’re waiting for the time you can finally wash your perfect straight hair. Third reason was that I have some GCs to use for this service 🙂
I also want to have a manageable hair (yung tipong maliligo ka lang, then maayos na buhok mo kahit di ka magsuklay)
I’m still fixing my video so that you can see the procedure of this 7 hours treatment, but for now this is what my hair looks like.
What’s the difference of regular hair rebond to Kerabond? Kerabond is like Brazilian blowout (only the name is different but they use the same procedure according to the therapist who treated my hair).
After the regular hair rebonding procedure, they will put Keratin cream to lessen the damage and to help it become smoother and shinier.
I already washed my hair last Saturday and I’m loving it. It is smooth and manageable. Achieve ang gusto kong mangyari, I just hope it will last for 6 months or more.
I am using Pantene 3 Minutes Miracle Conditioner by the way to lessen dryness.
How about you have you tried Kerabond or Brazilian Blowout? Are you happy with the result?
Please watch my video to see the entire procedure