Curly Perms for Blacks?

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A very popular hair treatment (for both African American and Caucasian women) is perming. First you should wait about 48 hours before you wash your new curly hair. If you wash your hair before this time limit, then you risk washing out the perm chemical and de-perming your hair. Also you should never brush your hair. You must pick through it with a tooth comb so it won't become frizzy. 
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1. Wear the latex gloves when handling the solution. 2. Apply the perming solution to a section of curly hair, working from the root to the tips. 3. Comb the hair from the root to
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1. Take your old t-shirt and cut it up into about 6 by 1 inch strips. Ad. 2. Separate your hair and use a hair tie. 3. Take the strips and about a one inch wide of hair and roll under
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Listen to your mom. You would not end up with bouncy shampoo commercial curls. I am also black so I sympathize with you. Your best bet would probably be to straighten or relax your
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Generally they are around 50-100. But it really depends on the quality of your hair salon and the type of perm you are getting. Spiral perms are really pretty but cost a little more
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