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Updated on September 27, 2015

JAPANESE HAIR STRAIGHTENING THERMAL RECONDITIONING FAQ

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Permanent Hair Straightening

Hair straightening is a billions dollar industry in America alone. People of African American background spend thousands of dollars on their hair treatments every year. I don't blame them because hair on top of our head are the most important part of our looks. There are many chemical combination to relax or straighten hair but they are not permanent and safe.

Japanese thermal hair straightener treatment is new and better solution for permanent hair straightening. There are hair straightening irons and do you know what these hair straightening irons will do to your hair in few months. With extended use of hair straightener, your hair will lose all the shine, turn dry, brittle & eventually you will not need a hair straightener or even a brush. Because you will be totally hair free.

I would love to be hair free too but not for the hair over my head. There are other options to get a regular permanent hair treatment at a local Beauty salon approximately $100 or more depending on the Curl, kink, length & thickness of your hair.

Thermal Reconditioning

Happy Thermal Reconditioning For Your Beautiful Hair:

Alternatively, get the new Thermal reconditioning treatment, which is a new treatment from Japan & is better than regular permanent hair treatment procedure. However, a little bit expensive than regular treatment, depending on the length & thickness of your hair procedure will cost $300 to $800.

Thermal Reconditioning is a revolutionary straightening treatment that makes the hair perfectly straight, smooth, silky, and glossy by restructuring the actual bonds of the hair.


This process is different from that of using relaxers to smooth out the hair. At first step, Chemicals are applied to your hair & then ironed to straighten them, piece by piece, and then rinsed and blow-dried.


The procedure takes two to eight hours, depending on the length, thickness and condition of one's hair.


The hair that was straightened will stay straightened forever only newly growing hair will need retouching approximately 4 to 6 months depending on how fast your hair grow. Please visit the link below to find out detailed information regarding the procedure.

Why not try the thermal reconditioning to straighten your, kinky, frizzy, curly, thick, bushy, woolly and black hair instead having a bad hair day.


I believe you will be happy you made up your mind to give Japanese thermal conditioning a try. Happy hair straightening and good luck.

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    m&m 7 years ago

    wow i just recently found out about this and the results of many of my friends who got this done look great !! wavy hair can get so dry,tangly, and untamable. i've made an appointement to get this done and it will be tommorow!! i cant wait to have silky, smooth, and straight hait. as much as i adore curly or wavy hair on some girls and women, straight hair suits me much better.

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    Mr Nice 7 years ago from North America

    Hi Dolly,

    I think excessive use of everything is bad.

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    Dolly 7 years ago

    Hey.. This sounds like a good idea but isn't putting chemicals in ur hair for a long time weas then straightening in everyday? I have not rely curly and not that straighth hair but it's so frizzy i've never used a flat iron I was wondering if it's true that ceramic and tourmonial something like that don't damge ur hair at all

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    Jessica** 8 years ago

    Hi,I have this problem about my hair. It's so frizzy and something between wavy and curly, and I've been straightening it every week for about 3 years now. I'm a musician, and when I'm performing up on the stage, I get really sweaty and it looks funny with curls on top! I wanna try TR, but I'm kinda afraid if it will look weird/ unnatural or if it'll harm my hair as I've seen some people complaining about that. Can you inform me on this issue please?

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    Mr Nice 8 years ago from North America

    Hi sandra rinck, If you can manage your curls, I think curly hair looks good too. But we are never happy, people with curly hair want straight and people with straight hair want some curls.

    Chemical use for extended time is not good for hair.

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    sandra rinck 8 years ago

    I don't know Mr. Nice. I am a total hair nazi. I have curly friggin hair that I straighten with my hersytler (love, love, love it!) It is true that after some time of continual use your hair becomes brittle.... at the ends but the same is without using an iron as well. Wait... I am hijaking sorry.

    Wish you well in getting people to do that Japanese chemical treatment. I thought about it once but did a chemical treatment once and my hair fell out. I was very, very, very sad. :(

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    Mr Nice 8 years ago from North America

    Hi winter, You are talking about the chemical only. It's not just the chemical and you can't do it it home. I believe you mean just buy the chemical and do it at home.

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    winter 8 years ago

    you can buy these kits for like around $20 USD in korea >.> i only know cuz my aunt buys a few boxes and sends them to me via my cousin every year xD

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    Mr Nice 9 years ago from North America

    Hi Reynolds_Writing,

    If you like your curly hair & they are also easily manageable then just keep your wild looks just like my friend Tatjana.

    We are all different & like to do things differently. Some people like curly hair others like straight. Your other question about coloring & straightening.

    Yes it is possible that you can damage your hair because of two different chemical combos. Therefore you let some professional do the hair sample testing before straightening to find out for sure.

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    Reynolds_Writing 9 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

    I have naturally curly hair and have consided this.. but decided to keep it curly for now. This gives me the freedom of going curly AND wearlng it straight. I also heard that coloring your hair and straightening it are not a good combo.. Thanks for the hub!

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    Mr Nice 9 years ago from North America

    Hi Bkcreative, yep you are right & you know I am not that far from you. Good question if I would try it. First of all I am not a young lady but just opposite to that. If I was then may be I would if I had curly hair.

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    BkCreative 9 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

    This is very popular in certain parts of NYC! Would you try it?

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    Mr Nice 9 years ago from North America

    Anjalichugh, thanks for the comments. I think permanent solution is better than 45 minutes of hair damaging ironing twice a week.?

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    anjalichugh 9 years ago from New York

    That's good. Who wouldn't want a permanent solution. Goodbye to straighteners!

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    Mr Nice 9 years ago from North America

    Welcome back, Yes just few curls not too much otherwise you will look too wild. I mean because of the hair curls. Not because you just came back from the wild.♥

    Love, Peace & light

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    Tatjana-Mihaela 9 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

    Hmmm, interesting... Is it OK to keep a little bit curly, or a little bit wild look (of the hair I mean?)

    Just asking...

    Love & Light

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