#1: Sexy Partial Spiral Perm
Unlike your normal spiral perm, this one’s a bit looser, all thanks to a long curling rod and some mousse to keep it in place. After treatment, you’ll be out and about with full-bodied hair teeming with texture and bounce.
#2: Gorgeous For Long Thin Hair
A definitive way to achieve maximum texture is to have your thin hair kinked up likewise. You can already do so much styling with this kind of perm that is also easy to manage and maintain.
#3: Easy Long Loose Perm
Achieve the natural waves with a perm! Those long locks could use some texture towards the ends, which gives a superb contrast of the roots from the ends.
#4: Trendy Large Curl Perm
It’s best to use big barreled curlers to achieve locks this thick. A layered arrangement is the best choice for this cut, as this would create more bounce.
#5: Modern Corkscrew Perm
A very easy and achievable hairstyle for a lot of women. Just get your curling irons ready, and you’ll be rocking this perky vertical spirals in no time!
#6: Stylish Long Curly Perm
Those long locks could really use some styling up! Curled perms offer texture and hold up the body of your hair, which gives it a really thick look.
#7: Super Casual Long Hair with Bangs
Getting a perm can be as casual as sporting those natural-looking waves from root to tip. Texture and a wild form that is all the style nowadays with face-framing bangs are the ultimate perks of this redeeming hairstyle.
#8: Soft Long Wavy Perm
Your long locks just got an upgrade! Get the look with a soft wavy perm, then style with styling mousse for refreshed curls all day.
#9: A Modern Perm
A contemporary take on the tightly permed curls, this one is more inclined to giving your hair those much-desired beach wave look. Utmost texture and body are achieved, perfect for a casual day out.
#10: Feminine For Long Thick Hair
The best canvas for those curlies? A long blanket of thick hair! Get those locks permed to achieve a glorious wavy look for texture and flair that would bring out your femininity.
#11: Polished For Long Fine Hair
Fine hair could surely use a little bit of perking up with texture. The curls help in giving these strands a livelier look, with these long tresses as a perfect slate for your curlies.
#12: Perm with Loose Curls
This look is the result of a long hair spiral perm using my favorite perm solution, Organic Colour Systems ammonia-free solution from the UK. To style it, we used Innersense Sweet spirit leave-in conditioning spray and Innersense volume lotion then diffused.
I rarely say yes to doing a perm on clients with bleached hair because it’s simply just not strong enough. This client was already an existing client of mine, and I was the one who lightened her hair. I knew what I was working with, and I knew she was willing to put in the work and invest in the pre-perm work, so that is the only reason I agreed to perform this service on hair this lightened. If you are a client thinking about getting a perm, you will be a much better candidate if you do not have bleach on your hair. If you wash your hair every day, you are also not a candidate for a perm. Once you get your curls/waves, you do not want to disturb your curl pattern or dry out your hair by washing too much. Powdered dry shampoo like Oway plant and mineral refresh is my favorite right now for those non-wash days.
#13: The Beach Wave Perm
This hairstyle expresses her natural curls and a feminine feeling different from the usual unnatural curls. The part I see most feminine after doing digital perm is the part I’m most satisfied with. Women who can’t care for their hair or have to go out busy in the morning need to learn how and be good at styling their hair. Hair with bleached color should be avoided. Healthy hair is the best condition for a perm.
#14: The Spiral Perm
I love that a spiral perm can add so much texture and volume to naturally straight hair or enhance natural wavy or curly hair. It’s big, sexy, fun, and definitely attracts attention! Getting a spiral perm can take several hours in the salon – the more hair you have, the longer it will take, the more it will cost. It’s better to have a haircut with layers, so you don’t end up with a triangle, so I like to cut before and after the perm.
Getting a perm can be low maintenance, but you do need to put a little effort into styling the curls. I would recommend going as long as you can between shampoos, using a curl-specific or hydrating sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner. Pureology Curl Complete or R&Co’s Cassette are great choices. To refresh your curls in between shampooing, you can dampen your hair in the shower or spritz with a water bottle and spray Pureology’s leave-in Color Fanatic. One of my favorite styling products for a perm is Pureology’s Curl Complete Style Infusion, it’s a 2-in-1 cream-gel combo. Once you apply your products, gently scrunch your curls, air dry then boost your curls with a diffuser on low-medium settings. Try not to touch your hair a lot during the day – this will eliminate frizz and keep your curls looking amazing!
This is a look I achieved by wrapping your hair a certain way when perming this client’s hair. My favorite thing about it was how natural and effortless it came out. Doesn’t it make you want to perm your hair? Your hair must be dense, meaning that you should have a good amount of hair. Fine hair can be permed, but it won’t be as full and bouncy as this client here in the picture.
After the perm, there are a few rules to follow. No shampoo for 2 days – shampooing before the 2 days will drop the curls. No hand bands and ponytails – pulling your hair back too tight will pull out the curl and could cause breakage. No conditioner for one week – using conditioner before that time could pull out the curl but will definitely relax the curl.