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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: To Denise or other ''perm'' experts; perm didn't take well
Date: December 2, 2006 at 7:58 pm PST
In Reply to: To Denise or other ''perm'' experts; perm didn't take well posted by Susie on December 2, 2006 at 5:15 am:
There could be several reasons that the perm did not take.
Processing time is just one of the things.
If the perm is not rinsed for the correct amount of time
If it is not towel blotted completely
If the neutralizer is not applied properly.
Do you have the same hair cut? Is your hair the same length? Is your hair layered. These can all make a difference in the outcome of the perm.
If the hair is one length, that must be taken into consideration when wrapping the perm and selecting which rod size to use. Also, a certain amount of tension must be applied during the wrapping.
All of these things must be done, in the right order, and done properly.
The processing time could have played a large roll, as the larger sections. However it sounds like many things were not done quite right.
If your hair is in good condition, with proper care, it is possible to have it done again, but as with all chemical processes,make sure to find someone experienced.
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