Post # 17
@ladychatterey- I hope not! That picture came from a digital perm blog!! Uuh I hate not being able to trust the Internet! Haha
@sassygrn- yea I read those too.. And I think the blog I read said that’s the othey place in mn that offers them!!
@mokara- yea I think it said it takes 4 hours.
i think I am going to pull the trigger and get one.. I just have to find the right placas end as a white girl, I’d prefer a Korean/japenese salon. Only because they came Up with the technology and know what it’s all really about! So time to research salons!
Post # 18
I’d love to see how this turns out if you decide to do it… I hate my fine, super straight hair >,<
Post # 19
I have never heard of it, but I would love to do it. I hate the yucky egg smell of real perms (that was a mistake I only made once).
Post # 20
@MrsPaperFlowers- I will definitely post if I find a reliable place to have It done!
@MrsPanda99- yea, I made that mistake too once… And I had a bob.. I looked like a freakin poodle!
Post # 21
I’ve gotten a digital perm three times. Dependent on the type of hair you have (mine doesn’t hold curls very well), my perm lasted a month (like your second picture) before it started going wavy (your first picture).
The trick to keeping the curls non messy is to blow-dry your hair while twisting the curls. Then when it’s still slightly damp, I smear some good quality soft hair gel on the palm of my hands and just run it through the curls. Once my hair started going more limp and wavy, I usually just do a quick touch up with a curling iron.
I’m usually not fussy about my hair – just comb, straighten and I’m out the door. These type of perm does take a bit of maintenance, but not much in the first month or so. Hope that helps!