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cheysioux

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cheysioux asked:

02 Feb 2011

How can I get rid of a bad perm, I got it Saturday?

I got a perm and its not what I wanted. Its very frizzy and dry, I hate it.

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emartin77

emartin77 says:

Posted on 03 Feb 2011

The only way to get rid of a bad perm is to get a "reverse perm". That is where the perm solution is put on the hair and during the processing time the hair is combed straight. The optimal time to wait before doing another chemical service on your hair is 2-4 weeks, depending on the integrity of your hair. If your perm is dry and frizzy, your hair is over processed, which is the fault of the person giving the perm. Until your hair is in the condition to be chemically treated again, deep conditioning is what you need to do. You can either have this done at a salon, or you can do it at home. If you decide to do it at home, here's how: wash your hair and towel dry. Apply a thick conditioner (or hair cholesterol, available at any Sally Beauty Supply) and then cover with a shower cap. Apply heat with a hair dryer, then immediately wrap hair (with shower cap on) in a towel. After 30 minutes, rinse hair with cool water. This should be done once a week. When styling, use low heat or a diffuser when drying and use a frizz serum when hair is towel dried. I hope this helps, let me know how it turns out!!

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