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From: Jan Norris (184.108.40.206)
Subject: Re: HELP! Digital Perm not so curly...
Date: September 16, 2007 at 1:06 pm PST
In Reply to: HELP! Digital Perm not so curly... posted by shelbi on September 16, 2007 at 9:59 am:
I want to be sure I am understanding exactly how the process was done. Permit me to ask a few questions.
1. Was your hair shampooed with a clarifying shampoo to begin the process?
2. Was your hair left wet when the solution was applied or was it dried at all?
3. After solution #1 was rinsed off, was your hair shampooed or simply rinsed and then the moisturizer applied?
4. Was your hair wrapped on the ceramic rods and then attached with cables to the machine? Is this the 30 minute time frame that went from hot to cold that your refer to?
5. Was solution #2 applied while you had the ceramic rods in your hair or some other type of rollers?
I have a great deal of experience with Digital Perming and no, the curl will not be the firm curl that a traditional perm gives. It's claim to fame is that it is less damaging, but I think it provides more texture than anything. How would you describe your hair type? Fine, medium, coarse? Color treated? Previous perms or straightening? Perhaps I can help troubleshoot what went wrong.
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