Some people may hear the term Brazilian blowout and think that it’s some kind of huge party that’s being held in Brazil. Unfortunately, that answer would be very wrong. No, this term is used to describe a branded hair salon treatment that uses a specific line of products to reduce frizz and to smooth the hair so that it’s shinier and softer. It’s a hair styling practice that’s become so popular it has even been given its own holiday. A holiday that’s known as National Brazilian Blowout Day and is observed annually on August 21st. This is a day on which everyone is encouraged to get their hair on point so they can show it to the world.
The History Of National Brazilian Blowout Day
Unfortunately, we’re unsure of when this holiday was created. All that we know is that it was invented sometime in 2014. Why it took this hairstyle so long to receive its own holiday is beyond us, however. The Brazilian blowout was created in the early 1980s and was first started by Ribiero Paulo-who was Kathy Ireland’s hairstylist. Before this hair styling method, many stylists used the Japanese hair strengthening technique that left rich-looking lines. This method became preferred because it produces more natural-looking lines.
Observing National Brazilian Blowout Day
Obviously, the best way to enjoy this holiday is by taking the time and getting yourself a Brazilian blowout. This hairstyle takes approximately 45-minutes and can produce results that last up to four weeks-when properly done. The process is pretty simple, too, and involves a shampoo, chemical application, blow dry, a rinse, another blow-dry, and a 5-minute flat iron. What makes this hairstyle special, however, isn’t the process but the chemical composition that’s used. Once you have your Brazilian blowout, don’t forget to use the hashtag #NationalBrazilianBlowoutDay on your social media accounts.
When is National Brazilian Blowout Day?
|This year (2021)||August 21 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2022)||August 21 (Sunday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2020)||August 21 (Friday)||Multiple dates - more|