How do you use perm solution to straighten hair?

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A perm is most frequently used to create and set curls in hair. The solution that comes with the perm kit contains chemicals that can also be used to straighten hair if used properly. Don't shampoo hair for a couple of days and then straighten. Detangle hair with a comb, and apply a layer of petroleum jelly. Mix the perm solution and apply it to the hair in sections following package instructions. Add neutralizer and rinse, then shampoo as normal. Do not twist hair to dry.
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1. Straighten your hair two or three days after your last shampoo. The natural oils in your hair will protect the strands from over-stripping and damage. Follow the test procedure
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Are you planning to get your hair straightened through a perm solution? Perm solutions may have two different effects on hair: they can either straighten the hair or they might curl
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It's pretty easy to do,first read all the directions.you will be doing the same process except you won't. be winding it up in the perm rods.After you wet the hair, with the perm lotion
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permanent - reverse the perm, use the solution brush hair straight and set with heat. temporary - heat, use straightners or blow dry hair while brushing.
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