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Monday, February 29, 2016

Perm Hairstyles

Change Your Look With A Perm – If you’re traditional hair becomes wilted and dead on your shoulders then you may need to jazz them up with a some perm. Fresher preparations and panache’s don’t look like creepy curved perms of the past. Here is how you can change your look with a perm. Make sure your hair is in good shape;  Crimps can put grave pressure on your tresses, so don’t try one if your manes are dehydrated or spoiled from tinting, blow-drying, or over styling. Synthetic chemicals used in the perm further aggravate the dryness of your hair. Decide if you are really ready for the promise. 

A perm can last for nearly five months. So you need to be sure if you need this style for that long. Alternatively you can buy waves or a coiling iron to get curly hair whenever you want.Figure out the cost; A basic perm generally costs around $50. Longer hair or tough textures will have to bear more cost. Fix some time in your schedule. A perm normally takes 1 to 2 ½ hours on stylist’s chair. The hairstylist will have to shawl your tresses around curlers and use chemicals to unstuffy the hair structure of the hair followed by use of a neutralizer to set the curl. Give your perm time to “settle in.” A perm will need up to 48 hours to develop your desired curly-hair look. So you need to book your perm at least 48 hours before your appointment.

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