Can keratin make your hair grow

It is often necessary to coil the frizzy or curly hair up like a spring before it can be treated with keratin. In the event of using additional keratin and flattening coiled hairs with a hot iron, it makes the hairs seem longer though their length actually does not change.

So can the keratin treatment make your hair thicker if it doesn’t actually make your hair longer?

Yes, it is possible. When additional keratin proteins are actually added to the ones contained in your hair and then bound using heat, it is possible to thicken the individual hair follicle. This results in richer, thicker and more luscious hair. This method is especially effective for women with curly, frizzy or kinky hair.   

Brazilian hair treatment with keratin can last up to a few weeks, and in some cases, up to a few months. If you try as hard as you can, the treatment will result making your hair straight, vibrant and strong. But is it possible to make your hair look chicer with a larger amount of proteins? 

Yea and nay. When you grow out our hair, what you eat doesn’t affect it at all. However, a larger amount of proteins will be useful in nourishing your hair. It is will start growing from your scalp. 

On the other hand, if there is not enough minerals, vitamins and other important components, your hair may be thin and eventually fall out. That is why a healthy diet is extremely important for your hair. 

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