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From: Jen (18.104.22.168)
Subject: Digital Perm, ? for experts
Date: July 16, 2007 at 4:34 pm PST
I am looking to get a digital perm at Hidy Hair in Nj. There is not a lot info online about this procedure.
I am concerned because I had a tr 1 year ago(not at the same salon) and I think she underprocessed it, because I had to use a flat iron every day so my hair wasn't poofy.
From what I understand the digital perm uses somewhat of the same chemicals that you use in a tr. If done correctly, should you have curls w/out frizz?
I have been doing my hair with a 1/2 curling iron to get use to the idea of soft curls, and I love it. Is this what it should look like after the "digiperm?" I understand that it may not be as defined as when done with a curling iron.
I did a lot of research before I got my tr, and I just can't find a salon around me that I can "pop" in to ask questions.... thank you so much
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