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From: Jan Norris to Julia (p9-187.dsl.ecentral.com)
Subject: Re: which is more damaging? body wave or digital perm?
Date: October 4, 2007 at 5:48 pm PST
In Reply to: which is more damaging? body wave or digital perm? posted by Julia on October 3, 2007 at 7:58 pm:
All permanent waves re-structure the hair in essentially the same way. A Digital Perm is unique in the fact the the hair bonds are separated prior to the hair being rolled on rods. The hair is processed with solution, rinsed and then rolled on ceramic rods that are heated. The curl is not as firm as a traditional wave, but I believe the hair maintains better integrity because there is no tension during the processing. The hair has far more texture with a Digital Perm and less curl. My Digital Perm clients love how soft their hair feels. I believe it produces great movement for flat, lifeless hair.
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