Hair Rebonding Methods

Hair Rebonding Methods

Hair Rebonding Methods

Beautiful hair is always a thing of beauty. That’s why every one runs behind attainment of perfect silky, shiny and healthy hair. The latest fashion is of hair rebonding which helps in providing you with sleek straight hair.

It is greatly useful for people with curly and wavy hair which return back to their original nature despite straightening techniques. Rebonding is a process which helps in turning your dream into reality. However, rebounded hair need proper care for sustenance.

Every person has his own structure and texture of hair. Some are naturally blessed with beautiful straight hair and there are others who possess curly and wavy ones. Not that curly hair is bad- they too have a charm and beauty element of their own. However, if you want to permanently convert your wavy hair into straight ones, then the process of hair rebonding can prove helpful.

Hair Rebonding

Rebonding is a chemical hair treatment in which the cream softener or relaxant used breaks the hair structure. Then a neutralizer bonds the structure again and makes hair straight. In simpler terms, the rebonding treatment changes your natural hair structure and restructures it.

Chemical Hair Treatment

There’s a lot of debate on whether hair rebonding is harmful for the hair or not. You can’t deny the fact that any sort of chemical affects the hair. Excessive use of it can lead to drying and weakening of hair ultimately leading to hair fall. Hair rebonding requires post treatment care otherwise it may turn harmful.

You need to be extra careful about taking care of your rebounded hair. Primary tips include using shampoo for straight hair, using conditioners, oiling hair regularly, oiling and steaming hair every 15 days, consuming a balanced diet, and other basic preventive measures.

Using Shampoo For Straight Hair

Hair rebonding is a process which can help you attain perfect straight and silky hair. However, you need to take extra care of your hair so as to avoid any damage.


  • Rebonding is the process of restructuring the structure of natural hair.If you have curly or wavy hair, this is the fantastic choice of all. If you do rebonding do remember to have frequent hair treatment to avoid hair breaking, bald or bad fall off. 🙂

  • Gracia

    Hello, I’m not really sure if i should rebond my hair. It is already fairly dry and I am afraid that rebonding may further damage my hair. Also, if I want to undo the effects of rebonding, is that possible? When it begins to wave/curl, would it be worse than before? Sry to bother with so many questions. Thanks and have a nice day:D

  • swati

    i hav wavy hairs……i hv thick hair but with little hairfall……….suggest me should i rebond my hair or not………..but i realy lyk straight hair and also tel me how to take care of them after the rebonding ….thankssssssss

  • i had my reboundin today feels great …..jst …follow some tips……
    dnt wash ur hairs atleat 3 dayz…..after it ..apply …..cnditner …and avoin shapoo for a weak ….or two …and then ……cndition ur hairs properly ….n it s must ……

  • i had my hair rebond last week of december last year. im planning a rebond this month. Would it not damage my hair considering that it is only more or less five months had passed since my last rebond?

  • What is the best hair rebond product suitable for my hair? my hair has thin strand.

  • rajan

    rebonding convert a curly hair into fully straight long and fine hair

  • meenakshi

    i had my hair rebond few days before.please suggest me what kind of care i should do.which shampoo and conditioner you prefer for me.

  • bhavna sharma

    last year i was do straighting and now my hair is very damage so waht to do now can i do the rebonding

  • loli

    i have so curly n dry hair. every 6 months,i do rebonding. i have problems when the new hair should i do the rebonding more often?at least 3 months…does it good to my hair?

  • Stacey

    so how will I fix my hair after rebond?

  • ? ? ? ?

    my hair got weaker and leads to breakage after rebonding. what can i do to stop the breakage?