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4kyguy asked:

06 Oct 2010

How to do home spiral perm

My wife wants me to give her a nice and tight spiral perm. I would like to have any information or tips that might help us in this task



fathima says:

Posted on 06 Oct 2010


Divide the hair into small sections with a comb. Use large claw clips to hold each section of hair away from the others. Take one section of hair and comb it out to free any tangles and straighten it.


Start at the bottom of the scalp. Take your brushed out section and hold your perm rod at an angle beside the scalp. Gently place the tips of the hair on the rod.


Roll the rod slowly, making sure to keep it at an angle so the hair only partially covers the previous section on the rod, creating a more equal curl width. Roll the rod all the way up to the scalp. Close the rod and secure with a large claw clip.


Begin on the section of hair directly above the previous section and repeat. Allow the upper rod to rest against the lower rod and hair. Repeat on the rest of your hair.


Leave the rod in as long as directed on the package or by your hairstylist. The longer you wait the more curl you will have. The shorter the time is, the more loose and long the curls will be.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 07 Oct 2010

lol my mom used to just take random sections that were about the same inthickness and roll them all up in rollers

they come with lil pieces of paper and she would wrap the roller in that first then roll my hair up

then she would squirt on the stuff that does the perm

leave it on

then squirt it with the stuff that stops the perm

wash it off and take the curlers out at the same time. done


jod_mets says:

Posted on 12 Oct 2010

Step 1: PREP

Before giving a home perm, plan ahead.

The process will take a few hours. Plan accordingly.

Perm kits typically come with several colors of rods. The colors indicate the size of the rods and therby the size of the resulting curls. Large rods will create big wavy hair, while small rods will result in very curly hair. Purple result in the biggest curls and gray in the tightest ones.

Those with colored hair should choose a perm kit for colored hair to minimize damage to their hair.

Read the instructions carefully - and follow them. Every recommendation is there for a reason.

Shampoo and rinse the hair carefully before a perm.

Make sure to do a patch test first by applying a small solution to the skin. The purpose is to test for allergies and other skin reactions to the solution.

It's best to wear old clothes and be prepared for stains.

The person getting the perm should wrap a towel around the neck.

The hair should be wet, but not too wet.


Now you have prepared by setting aside a few hours, dressing down and doing a patch test. It's time to give the perm. For best results, to a test curl first. Make sure to wear gloves.

Divide the hair into three sections. one middle and two sides.

Wrap the first section in perm rods and follow with the other hair on the sides.

Apply solution to all perm rods, then repeat.

Wait according to instructions in the perm kit.

You can check on the perm by partly unrolling one of the rods.

When done, rinse the hair carefully.

TIP: try to always make sure someone's there helping you out. It's not easy doing it alone.

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