December 30 2019
Having healthy hair is a must. No matter what you do to your locks, if they are damaged, it’s easy to tell. And during this time of year, hair is extra vulnerable because of the cold, dry winter air. From over styling to the weather outside, hair has to put up with a lot, and unless your proactive, it can start to show in ways you don’t want. Damaged hair is a bummer, but you don’t have to live with it.
Keratin treatments go deep into the cuticle to transform fragile and dull hair. Learn more about what keratin can do for your hair and make an appointment with our Meraki Certified Keratin Specialists.
What is Keratin
Keratin is a protein naturally found in hair, nails, and skin. It works both within hair adding structure and as well as on the exterior of locks. Basically, keratin is the key ingredient in making hair soft, shiny, and healthy. While hair may have its own keratin, it's common for it the protein to deplete due to stressors like heat and chemicals.
What Does it Do For Hair?
Keratin is essential to maintain your hair’s strength and healthy appearance. Without it, tresses become coarser, lackluster, and fragile. The protein acts as a shield, maintaining elasticity and youthful look. If you’ve noticed a change in your hair, come see our specialists about the right treatment to restore hair’s vibrancy and youth.
Global Keratin and Coppola Keratin
At Meraki, we offer two kinds of treatments to give your hair the revitalizing care it needs. Global Keratin uses the power of the protein with Juvexin, a mix of protein and peptides, to soften curly hair and moisturized throughout the whole hair shaft. Coppola Keratin treatment focuses on fighting frizz while reversing the damage.
Meraki Hair & Makeup Studio has the restorative keratin treatments you need to keep hair healthy and gorgeous. You can find us at 1281 Arthur Kill Road in Staten Island or call 718.966.6601 to book an appointment. Prefer to instantly schedule an appointment yourself? Try our Meraki Hair & Makeup Studio mobile app, available for free on iTunes or Google Play.