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“Modern Perms: Pros & Cons (Newport Beach Hair Stylist)
As a time-saver, the modern perm is suited for women who long for fabulous curls with less maintenance, with a stylish look that last up to 6 months.
Finding the right shampoo and conditioner for your hair are the biggest problems, but even a modern perm can cause breakage in dry and fizzy locks. You shouldn’t color your hair before a perm or wash it for 2 days following the chemical process. (Newport Beach Hair Stylist)
Deep moisturizing protects hair and helps maintain the desired look, but even modern perms lead to split ends, so you might need to shear of the ends more regularly if you’re considering getting a perm in 2013.
The Digital Perm in 2013 (Newport Beach Hair Stylist)
Developed in Japan, a modern perm may be the best option for beautiful locks and healthy hair. Unlike the regular perm, or “cold perm”, the digital perm uses a different solution and hot rods connected to a machine with a digital display.
If you’re looking for the perfect perms in 2013, this technology might be the right choice, since the hairs often feels softer and smoother than after a regular modern perm and the locks get loose when the hair is wet, in a natural way. (Newport Beach Hair Stylist)
The digital perm involves a longer process and can be a bit more expensive, but it’s the best way to go for perms in 2013, both for the better look and for the less damage the hair is prone to during the process. (Newport Beach Hair Stylist)”
-Repost, “The Modern Perm,” BecomeGoregous.com
Newport Beach Hair Stylist and Color Specialist