top of page



In hair rebonding, your hair's original structure is altered to give your hair a smoother and straighter appearance. This process uses hair relaxants to change your hair's structure and strengthen your hair bonds.


The Hair Rebonding Process


Step 1: Use mild shampoo to clean your scalp and hair. 

Step 2: Your hair will be left to dry naturally also from time to time your stylist may blow dry it as well.

Step 3: Your hair will then be isolated into a number of segments to make sure that no strand of hair is missed out.

Step 4: Using plastic boards, every segment of your hair will be covered with a relaxant, while making sure your hair is kept straight. Every strand of hair is entirely covered in the product.

Step 5: The relaxant cream is left on for nearly 30 minutes. If your hair is very dry, frizzy or curly, the product may be left on for more time.

Step 6: Depending on the structure and texture of your hair, your stylist will steam it.

Step 7: Your stylist will now rinse and blow-dry your hair.

Step 8: A keratin lotion will be applied to your hair, following which your hair will be sectioned again.

Step 9: A neutralizer will now be applied to all the sections of your hair to stabilize the newly structured bonds. The product will be left on for another 30 minutes, after which it will be rinsed off.

Step 10: After rinsing and blow-drying your hair, a serum will be applied. Your hair will now be straightened using a flat iron.


Hair rebonding usually lasts for 6-7 months. Touch-ups can be done as required, depending on how fast it takes for your hair to grow.

average rating is 4.5 out of 5, based on 150 votes, People love it