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How Much Does a Brazilian Blowout Cost?

Jul 27, 2013 by     2 Comments    Posted under: Health & Beauty

Brazilian blowout
Brazilian blowout treatments are typically applied on men and women with frizzy, damaged or treated hair. This treatment works best if your hair is not quite curly, but it is in need of smoothing and straightening. However, some women who have curly or frizzy hair that also straighten their hair every day or two also like to utilize Brazilian blowouts as a way to add a extra convenience to their life so they don’t have to spend as much time straightening their hair. These types of treatments are also perfect for those who live in humid environments and need their hair tamed.

Cost Summary

A. Price Range = $15 – $400
B. Average Cost = $200
C. Cheapest Price = $15

The cost of a Brazilian that lasts 12 weeks is about $250 for long hair or $200 for short or medium hair. Some treatments that are designed for thick and curly hair may cost as much as $350. Some people say that the $350 treatment could last through approximately 36 washes.

Average prices from a few salons:

  • Edward Boye – $150 Brazilian blowouts
  • Shampoo Avenue B – $300 and up
  • Salon Stylush – $200 and up

Inexpensive Home Treatments

Doing the treatment at home is another option if you can’t afford to hit the salon. Brazilian blowouts are relatively affordable when they are done at home, but the results may not last as long or be what you hoped for. Ojon, Organix, Bumble and Bumble, and Garnier are a few brands that have stepped up to offer quality blowouts at a reasonable price. Below are estimates of what these home treatments cost.

At-Home Costs

  • Organix Brazilian – $15
  • Living Proof Restore Recovery Regimen – $38
  • KeratinPerfect – $95
  • KeratinPerfect Deluxe – $235

Expected Results

A few things you can expect from Brazilian blowouts are increased manageability, shine, softness, and straightness. This treatment makes it easy to straighten and smooth your hair without excessive time or tools. People usually enjoy their results for a few months at a time. However, longer and thicker hair may return to its normal texture more quickly, sometimes within a month. It’s always a good idea to ask someone with similar hair who can recommend a good stylist or salon.

Where Is This Treatment Applied?

While Brazilian blowouts can be applied at a salon, there are an increasing number of at-home treatments that work as well. Many major salons and stylists are offering treatments across the country.

Summary of Options

You have plenty of options to choose from when it comes to Brazilian blowouts. Salon treatments are faster, easier and have longer-lasting results. At-home treatments are cheaper and work better for hair that is only slightly frizzy. You should make a decision based on your hair type, length and budget available.

2 Comments + Add Comment

  • What’s the best product of the Brazilian blowout that keeps hair healthy lasts the longest ?

  • A word to the wise:
    There’s a HUGE difference between keratin treatments, smoothing treatments and the ACTUAL Brazilian Blowout product. I’m a veteran hairdresser and I’ve tried them all. I always go back to Brazilian Blowout at my salon, Brazilian Blowout Bar .

    There’s also a big difference from stylist to stylist performing the service. It’s really become a specialty service, best left to a specialist. The unfortunate fact for clients is the vast majority of stylists do less than ten per year. It’s really tough to get really, really good at something when you do it so seldom.

    My advice, keep your beloved cutter, colorist, etcetera doing what they do best (and frequently). For a really awesome Brazilian Blowout, see a Brazilian Blowout specialist. For more information on this amazing service, visit http://Www.BrazilianBlowoutBar.Biz

    Have a great hair day!

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