Some frequently asked questions and answers about rebonding.
Q How long would rebonding take?
A It usually takes appoximately 3 hours, including haircut. Depending on the amount of hair and the strength of the natural curls, the timing may be longer or shorter.
Q Can men do rebonding as well?
A At art-noise, we have many male customers, quite a few of whom do rebonding.
Q Will rebonding damage my hair?
A There is no way it will be completely undamaged, but using our experienced stylists' techniques, we will do it such that your hair is left undamaged as much as possible.
Q Will my hair become flat and lose its volume?
A We will try to make the look as natural as possible, though it may differ depending on the strength of your natural curls, different hair types, and/or the choice of design.
Q My hair is heavily damaged, is that okay? Can the rebonding be done?
A Before rebonding your hair, we ask that you allow us to take a look at your hair first before making a judgment. There are cases where it cannot be done.
Q Can I do both rebonding and colour at the same time?
A Many of our customers do so, so please consult with our stylists for better advice catered to your hair.
Q My hair became frizzy after rebonding it, can this be fixed?
A It is honestly difficult, maybe impossible to fix it completely. The reason your hair is frizzy is because while it was weak and prone to damage, strong chemicals were applied to it, and it was unable to withstand the chemicals. It is possible for us to improve the condition of your hair, but this require haircuts and high-quality treatment. It would be best if you could let us take a look at the condition of your hair first. There are cases where it takes more time to recover your hair, but we believe we can give you good advice.