If a woman’s hair is her glory, than why doesn’t it come with a guidebook? Why does it seem far easier to break and damage your hair than care for it? Whether you like your hair long, short, curly, or purple I think we can all agree that you would prefer your hair to be as healthy as possible. To ensure that my hair is as heathy as possible I decided to do an Aphogee protein treatment, which is an intense protein treatment.

I chose to give myself a protein treatment because my hair is fine and very porous. My hair is always moist, so I wasn’t concerned with adding more moisture. My stands needed to be coated and rebuilt. Plus, at some point, I’d like to color my hair, so I want my hair to be a healthy as possible.

The Aphogee protein treatment is formulated with magnesium and modified proteins which fuse into the hair with the application of heat. The result is that breakage is drastically reduced. The protein molecules within the treatment fills in spaces where the hair is lacks amino acids, giving it less porosity. This treatment lasts throughout shampoos and for up to six weeks.

Aphogee Treatment on Monae Everett

Aphogee Treatment on Monae Everett

After shampooing your hair with the Aphogee Shampoo for Damaged Hair, apply the 2-Step treatment (the actual protein treatment). The treatment itself is a thin liquid that is very runny. It’s easier to apply the treatment with a spay bottle. The cool thing about applying the treatment is that it turns your hair rock hard once you add direct heat from either a hood dryer or a blow dryer. This is when the Aphogee protein treatment works its magic. I allowed the treatment to process (sit) for an hour, uncovered, and undisturbed.

I rinsed the Aphogee protein treatment with warm water and did not touch my hair until my hair was completely wet.

After any protein treatment it’s important to do a moisturizing conditioner. Remember what is hair will crack and break; what is moist will bend and be flexible.

Aphogee treatments are great for most hair types. You can use it if your hair is too moist and soggy. Or if you apply chemicals like relaxers, perms, hair color, and even bleach. Simply apply the treatment a week ahead of the service or immediately after completing the chemical process.

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