How do you remove a perm from the hair?

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Removing a perm may sound like an impossible task, but it can be done relatively easily by using clarifying shampoo, a second perm, and a neutralizing solution. First, wash your hair with the clarifying shampoo and let it sit on your hair for a few minutes. Don't massage the hair or scalp, just let the shampoo sit on the hair to remove buildup and styling products. After you've rinsed the hair squeaky clean, apply the perm solution and comb it through your hair. The recommended time for keeping the perm solution on is 20 minutes; don't forget to comb at regular intervals. Rinse out the perm solution and then apply the perm neutralizer.
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