A beautiful perm must be an artwork done by a skillful hairstylist. But it is impossible to expect each and every stylist to produce equally good results for each task of cutting, colouring or perming. There is nothing to ensure that a stylist who does an excellent job in hair cutting can do the same thing with perming and vice versa. That is why we keep searching for stylists who are able to create naturally curled hair to introduce in this article.
Of course, these hair stylists have no magical power to bring you shiny curly hair. They can do that because they are able to create a good preceding haircut, use proper perming products and techniques that suit your hair texture and conditions best.
To have a fabulous permed hairstyle, choose it in consultation with your stylist. Here we just provide some information for you to have a draft picture about perming.
You have heard about hot perm, cold perm, digital perm, Japanese perm, Korean perm and so on many times but what do these terms really mean?
Basically, cold perm and hot perm are hair perming processes. Alkaline perm solutions are used to make hair curled in cold perm process while acidic perm solutions and heat are used with the same purpose in hot perm. Hair that underwent cold perm will get into desired shape easier as it is wet, getting more effects with gels or curling creams. Hot permed hair get its best curling level when it is dry, so it is required less maintenance, you can use your fingers to twirl and style your hair to your liking.
Ceramic perm, digital perm, wave perm and classic perm refer to perming techniques. Ceramic perm, digital perm, wave perm are under category of hot perm while classic perm is cold perm. To the final results, both caramic and digital perm create S curls, but ceramic perm hair has more volume and curling level at the hair ends. Wave perm is usually recommended to shoulder length hair, producing C curl result to make hair more voluminous.
Whether it is Japanese perm or Korean perm, hot perm techniques are used to create naturally curled hair. The differences between these two styles are only the hairstyles and the way rollers are used to achieve relevant style.
You have some ideas of what curly hairstyle you want to take? You can start hunting for your right stylist now.