Do you think perms are only for women? Men’s hairstyles are harder to change than women’s hairstyles because men’s hair is shorter than women’s hair, so let’s enjoy arranging men’s hairstyles easily with perms. In this issue, we will introduce the types and characteristics of perms for men.
Do you know what perms are available?
There are two main types of men’s perm styles.
The first is wavy hair, which creates natural movement in the hairstyle by adding waves or curls with a perm. Waves can be applied strongly or loosely, so the impression will vary greatly depending on the cut style and the degree of application.
The second is straight perm hair. If your hair is naturally frizzy, you can straighten it by applying a straight perm. If you have problems such as unruly hair during the humid season, simply applying a straight perm will make your daily styling easier.
There are many types of wave perms.
Here are three popular wave perms for men.
The first is the twist perm. The first is the twisted perm, in which a bundle of hair is twisted and wrapped around a rod or your fingers to give it a perm. You can vary the amount of hair in the bunches and the way it is twisted, so you can create an arrangement that suits you.
The second is the body perm. A large rod is used to perm the hair to the point where it does not wave. The result is fluffy and light, making daily maintenance easier.
The third is the spiral perm. The third is the spiral perm, in which hair is wrapped around a long rod to create even waves from the roots to the ends.
All of these styling styles create volume, so they are recommended for those who are concerned about their hair volume.
If you have frizzy hair, we recommend a straight perm.
As the name suggests, a straight perm is a perm that is applied to straighten hair. There are two methods of straight perm.
The first is a straight perm. It is also effective when you have had a wavy perm and want to undo it because it didn’t suit your hair. It is also recommended when you want to make your hair look straight with natural nuance while making use of your original curls.
The second is hair straightening. The second is hair straightening, which uses chemicals to straighten hair that is naturally frizzy. The straightened part of the hair will be semi-permanently straightened.
We recommend that you consult your hairdresser for a perm style that suits you best.
There are still many other types of perms that we could not introduce here, such as dreads, afros, pin perms, and warm perms. However, with such a wide variety of perm types, it may be difficult to decide which perm to get.
The result of perms varies greatly depending on the cutting style, the original quality of the hair, and the daily care. It would be best to communicate the image you want to achieve, and then have a hair stylist actually look at your hair texture and discuss what type of perm is best for you.
A perm will make your daily hair setting easier, give you a different impression of yourself, and you may discover a new charm.