Scott Cornwall’s new salon at home product promises smoother straighter hair at a fraction of the cost of visiting a salon.

You need to wash your hair first with Scott Cornwall’s B4 u Colour shampoo to remove all residue from your hair.

(I have to point out that the whole process took me 4 hours and that was with a helping hand with part one.  So you need plenty of patience)

Step one involves sectioning your damp hair into 4 and covering it in tube A the straightening gel whilst pulling and combing your hair straight and making sure it stays straight (this is where an extra pair of hands comes in handy!!).  When this is done you need to leave this is on for up to 20 mins (please see instructions for different development times).  This then needs rinsing off in warm, not hot, water for 3-6 mins.

Step two involves covering your hair in bottle B the Keratin lotion saving a little for later.  This stays on for 10 mins the again needs to be rinsed off.

Next you have to section your hair again and bit by bit part blowdry your hair and then straighten in. (It should be noted that they recommend only using very good quality straighteners and going over each bit 6-12 times)  This is the time consuming part as I have thick hair.

Step three is making sure all of your hair is covered in bottle C the finishing cream (neutraliser).  Leave this on for 10 mins then rinse off – put the rest of the keratin lotion on, saved from before, leave on for 3 mins then rinse.

Finally its a case of drying your hair and running the straighteners over it – although I have to say my hair didnt need much straightening after drying :-).

Please note you are not allowed to wash your hair or tie it back for 3 days.

After

After

Before

Before

The after pic is blasted dry with a hairdryer – as you can see, straight!  I’m pretty impressed!  I suppose only time will tell after I have waited 3 days and washed my hair again, but I will keep you updated.  I have to say I panicked half way through as my hair was hard to brush and was tangled but once I had applied the keratin at the end my hair was silky smooth.

Keep your fingers crossed!!

K xx

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