Perms have come a long way since the 80s the very fake-y "crimped" perm. Today, perms can be very fine tuned to give you exacltly the kind of wave you want. You can get perms that just add body to fine limp hair; you can get loose, sexy waves, or you can go for the corkscrew curls that many straight-haired girls covet.
If you desire a change for your hair or simply want to maintain your current perm, come visit our hairdressers. We can give you information regarding the right perm for your hair and advice for how to maintain your permed hair.
Frequent asked Questions:
How long does a perm take?
One to two hours, depending how long your hair is. Your stylist will apply a single chemical solution to break the structural bonds in your hair, and another called a "neutralizer". Also keep in mind a perm takes 28 hours to settle. Give it some time before you worry about the end results.
How long does a perm last?
Generally about two to six months.
How do I know i will get the right curls?
The tightness of the curls depends on the size of the rod. If you are worried you will end up with too-tight curls, ask your stylist to show you the types of rod they are using. Keep in mind the tightness of curls can vary on the size of the rod and the time the solution stays in.