Hair Rebonding-Benefits, Side Effects & 27 Simple Ways To Take Care Of Rebonded Hair

Hair Rebonding

This is the most comprehensive guide to maintain your rebonded hair.


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I am going to show you What Is Hair Rebonding? & Hair Rebonding Side effects & Precautions for Rebonded Hair, that really helpful for you.


In short: If you really want to maintain your rebonded shiny and smooth hair, you'll love this guide.


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What Is Hair Rebonding?


Hair Rebonding

Hair rebonding is mainly used to rebuild your hair bonds or restructure your hair bonds. 


It is mainly a chemical process which can help you to get curly, straight and wavy hair and also it can help you to get frizz-free hair. 


Basically, the hair rebonding process can complete with using a mild shampoo, blow dryer, flat iron, Steaming, relaxant, neutralizer and it takes 3 hours to complete the process. 


Your hair basically made up of the keratin protine. Basically, your hair structure mainly depends on proteins and bonds, because when protine connect with bonds that can make the structure of your hair. 


Hair rebonding chemical process breaking down your hair bonds(relaxant) by hair relaxing and after that rebuild your hair structure(an altered structure) with using straightener and neutralizer. 

 

The Hair Rebonding Procedure


Hair Rebonding

Step #1: First of all they(hair stylists) try to clean your hair and scalp with using a mild shampoo.


Step #2: Secondly, the hairstylist will be told you to dry your hair naturally, and also they can use blow-dry to dry your hair and scalp.



Step #3: Thirdly, your hairstylist will segregate your hair into a number of sections to ensure that all of your hair strands to get this.


Step #4: Fourthly, your hairstylist can use plastic boards to every section of your hair to coat with a relaxant, while to ensure that your hair is kept straight. 


Step #5: Fifthly, your hairstylist will leave this cream for 30 minutes, or maybe more it depends on your hair health.


Step #6: Sixthly, they will steam it for 30-40 minutes.


Step #7: Seventhly, they will now wash your hair and they may use blow-dry to dry your hair.


Step #8: in this step, your hairstylist will apply keratin lotion to your hair.


Step #9: Ninthly, now your hairstylist applied neutralizer to your hair that can stabilize your newly structured bonds. Your hairstylist leaves this product on your hair for 30 minutes, and then they wash it.


Step #10:  Tenthly, Hairstylist wash your hair and dry your hair with using blow-drying. After that, they applied the serum on your hair. They use a flat iron on your hair to straighten your hair.


Side-Effects Of Hair Rebonding


Hair Rebonding

1. May not suit every hair type


Hair rebonding is not suitable for every hair type, you need to talk with your hairstylist about your hair type and which straightening method is recommended for hair.  


2. High-maintenance


After hair rebonding your hair needs high-maintenance to prevent hair damaged. 


You need to use expensive hair products to protect your hair from dryness and breakage.  


3. Touch-ups are necessary


As you know after hair rebonding it is necessary to touching-up your hair roots to get rid of frizz and original structure. 


But if you touch-up your hair more and more then it can cause weak hair and hair loss.


4. May damage your hair: 


Hair rebonding is a chemical treatment and it can damage your hair and also it can lead to hair breakage. 


Also, it can cause scalp irritation, sensitive skin.



Hair Care Tips Post Hair Rebonding


Hair Rebonding

1. Follow your basic hair care regimen


You need to use specific shampoo for straight hair and try to use conditioner on your hair on every hair wash. 


2. Oil your hair every now and then


Try to use oil on your hair every day because it can help you to get soft hair and also maintain healthy hair. 


But, after hair rebonding tries to avoid all of this for 72 hours.


3.  Follow the 72-hour rule:


Don't wash or wet hair for 72 hours, because your hair bonds take a minimum of 3 days to stabilize, and don't try to use hair ties, pins on your hair.  


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Hair Rebonding

  • Don’t try to put it in a ponytail, don’t try to style with clips or claws.


  • Try to wear a shower cap while bathing during the first week after the treatment. 


  • Don’t try to use shampoo until the second week.


  • Do Not Wash Your Hair Too Often


  • Try to use homemade masks on your hair to get a deep condition.


  • Repeat it every 12 weeks or longer


  • Try to maintain a nutritious and healthy diet.


  • Avoid to color your hair in any way for at least two months post-treatment.


  • Avoid Heat Styling


  • Try to steaming once a fortnight to get healthy-looking hair and also you could even wrap your hair around a warm wet towel for deep conditioning.


  • Detangle with a wide-tooth comb for less stress on your strands.


  • Cold Showers Are Your Best Friends


  • Try to hold off on any styling with heated tools and don’t even use a blow-dryer.


  • Stay Away From The Rain


  • Do not wear any hair accessories minimum for a week.


  • Go To Bed With Straight Hair


  • Try to apply a serum on your hair after drying your wet hair to make sure that your hair doesn't get frizzy, and also to get shiny hair.


  • Keep Your Scalp Clean


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Benefits of hair rebonding


Hair Rebonding

1. It gives you a glam up on your hair.


2. It can make your hair easy to style.


3. It can make your hair manageable.


4. It can make your hair frizz-free.


5. It helps you to get smooth-as-silk hair.


6. It can make your hair shiny and softer.


7. Poker straight tresses 


How long does it last?


It lasts up to 6 to 10 months and may less or more it depends on your hair type and also it depends on how you take care of it. 


You need to touch-up every 3 months or 6 months. 


Is Rebonding Suitable For Every Hair Type?


Hair rebonding is not suitable for every hair type, you need to talk with your hairstylist about your hair type and which straightening method is recommended for hair.  



Other Chemical Treatments To get Straight Hair



  • Hair relaxing
  • Japanese hair straightening
  • Keratin treatment (Brazillian treatment)


DIY Hair Rebonding at Home


Hair Rebonding

  • Try to use gloves on your hand when applying the chemicals to your hair.


  • Try to use a wide-tooth comb while the hair rebonding process and also after.


  • If you do not have a hair steamer, then try to boil a pot of water and dip a towel in it. 


  • Try to wear gloves on your hand to protect your hands and quickly wring the excess water out. 


  • Then try to wrap the hot towel around your hair. 


  • Try to leave it until it gets cool.



What Products Should You Use For Rebonded Hair?



1. Shampoo


2. Conditioner


3. Hair Masks


4. Leave-In Conditioners And Serums


5. Wide-Tooth Comb


6. Oils


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Hair Rebonding

  • Use Milk & Honey


  • Use a Straightening Iron


  • Olive Oil to Straighten Curly Hair


  • Hair Straightening Using Milk


  • Coconut Milk for Hair Straightening


Best Hair Straightening Creams


  • Redken Sheer Straight 06.
  • Matrix Opti Straight Cream.
  • Marc Anthony True Professional Simply Straight Intense
  • Glatt Schwarzkopf Hair Straightener Cream. 
  • L'Oreal Paris Studio Line Silk & Gloss Hot Straight Cream. 
  • Streax Pro Hair Straightening Cream, Intense.
  • Wellastrate Intense Straightening Cream


Conclusion


In this article, I was discussed in detail about What Is Hair Rebonding? & Hair Rebonding Side effects & Precautions for Rebonded Hair.


I hope it's helpful for you.


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Hello, I Am Ijaj Seikh & I Am A Hair Specialist; I Am From India {Nagaon; Assam}. & I Am A Founder of MRIJAJGUIDE. The Past 3+ Years, I’ve been a Hair Specialist & Dermatologist & Effective HairCare Advisor.

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