Fast Track To Fabulous Hair

Long, lush tresses are back with a vengeance

and hair is looking glossier and smoother than ever.

But don’t be fretting about hours spent with a flat iron

and buckets of goopy serum.

This time around its a sleek and sexy one step process,

courtesy of those wild and wonderful Brazilians.

Yep! Its the Brazilian Blowout.

And don’t be confused – this particular Brazilian

although it does indeed involve hair,

happens upstairs, not downstairs.

The Brazilian Blowout is a gorgeous long term treatment 

that puts keratin into the hair shaft and seals it there,

defrizzing, smoothing and leaving you with silky, super shiny hair.

You can wear your hair straight, or you can have your curls smoother and more defined.

photo credit Alexander Tamargo/Getty images

Jennifer Lopez in Harpers Bazaar


It also cuts down the time you spend styling your hair, 

and the amount of product you have to use

in order to get controllable and luscious looking locks.

No wonder celebrities swear by it!

The Brazilian Blowout is ideal to help you through the summer months

when swimming and humidity can turn a hairdo into an unmanageable ball of frizz.

Whatever the climate you’re in, your hair will look sensational and be very easy to maintain

The treatment lasts approximately four months,

and it works wonders with color treated hair too.

 Check out what Nicole Richie has to say about the Brazilian here

I actually had mine done this summer 

by celebrity hairstylist (Alyssa Milano, Girls Next Door)

Heather Strange, who is now 

at Carolynes Salon in Scottsdale.

(323) 443-5572

Heather uses a formaldehyde free formulation that contains collagen, 

which adds elasticity back into the hair.

Frankly, I have no intention of ever going without it again.

Low maintenance, frizz free hair is a life changer!

(if you are in Arizona and want a Brazilian Blowout, tell Heather you found her on this blog and you’ll get a 20% discount!)


  1. July 20, 2010 / 3:00 pm

    I love your blog and all your tips and tricks. I was scrolling thru some of your past posts and didn't find an answer to help me, a straight haired gal, who doesn't need a Brazilian blowout, but needs help with a tad of the frizzies, my hair does get a bit frizzed in humidity. You've recommended dry shampoos to help with texture and body, but would dry shampoo be a good product for me to try, even after regular shampooing, to get a bit of de-frizzing and texturizing when I style my hair? Thanks for all your advice! It's very helpful!

  2. July 20, 2010 / 9:32 pm

    Dry shampoos are great for adding texture, but I'm not so sure about frizziness.
    My absolute favorite product for de-frizzing is Moroccan Oil, either in the original or the Glimmer spray. Its fabulous!

    I'm glad you like the blog! Thank you for your kind words 🙂

  3. July 21, 2010 / 12:31 am

    Ms Corinna!
    I can back you up on the Moroccan Oil suggestion for straight, fine hair. I've needed that little 'extra' that Shorty craved and Moroccan Oil supplies it. Totally smooth! And the fragrance! When my daughter and I met for a chat and we hugged each other, I said "gosh you smell good!" and she said "You do too!" It turned out we both were using Moroccan Oil products! I love love their hairspray! Anyway, great advice Ms Corinna!

  4. July 22, 2010 / 4:03 am

    Nancy I just love the smell of it too!! I can't say enough good things about Moroccan Oil! xo

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