How Do You Do a Perm?

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To perm hair, first add shampoo to it and to it and towel it dry; use pre-perm solution before you perm. Next, put on protective gloves before starting the process, after which you should use hair blenders or rods when rolling each section of separated hair and apply the perm solution to each rolled section. Allow the hair to set according to the directives of the perm kit for about thirty minutes after which, you should rinse the hair and apply a neutralizer for five minutes. Lastly, remove the hair benders, rinse the neutraliser with warm water, and blow dry it.
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