|Freshly 'Brazilian'-ed hair|
It's been almost 3 months since I had it done and I would say it has pretty much worn off now. My hair is still reasonably soft, apart from the very ends, but I think the softness can be attributed to my shampoo and conditioner now rather than the treatment. My hair is back to it's usual unruly state but still doesn't appear as frizzy apart from where the new, post baby growth has started.
The looking-fabulous-from-the-minute-I-woke-up lasted about a month, maybe a bit less. It lay nicely when washed and left to dry for about 2 months. From then on, it still fell nicely only when it was blow dried. It was still possible just to rough dry though. Within the last couple of weeks it has been falling back into it's usual untidy ways.
It hasn't lasted quite as long as I had hoped and certainly not long enough for me to consider it as a regular treatment. It's worth pointing out though that my hair only has some bend in it rather than a wave or curl. I liked it on my hair as it flattened the cuticle and made it quicker to style. If I had more of a wave in my hair I think I would be more likely to make it a regular feature. For a holiday or special occasion though, I could see myself having it done again.
Wahanda and My City Deal regularly provide offers on Brazilian Blow Dries and I think this is a good way to make it more affordable. I would still recommend the treatment, especially if your hair is wavy or frizzy and unmanageable but for someone like myself with mostly straight hair I would view it as more of a treat.