Getting Rid of a Perm?

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There are several ways to get rid of a perm. The first way only works if you have gotten a perm in the last couple of hours. Use a deep cleaning shampoo on your hair. This may take some of the chemicals out of your hair. Another way is to be your hair straightened or relaxed by your hairdresser. Be sure to note that this another chemical process which can damage your hair further.
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1. Condition hair almost immediately after receiving a perm if you do not like the results and your hair is too curly or frizzy. Use a thick and creamy conditioner and comb it through
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You let it grow out and cut it off or strip it.
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There are various home remedies that will help to get rid of some rashes. Depending on the type of rash you have you could try using Olive Oil on the affected area, Aloe
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the reason it's called a perm is because it's permanent. you'l have to grow it out and take very good care of it.
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Getting Rid of a Perm
If a perm is too curly, get rid of the perm by shampooing the hair, applying a heavy conditioner and using a chemical straightener. Discover how hair salons can get rid of perms with this free video from an experienced hairdresser.... More »
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