Many people may think that perms are for women. However, perms are also recommended for men. It reduces the possibility of having to worry about messy hair in the morning when you are busy, and it can give you a “cozy” and “stylish” look.
However, many people are not fond of perms that give the impression of “femininity. So let’s focus on perms that can create a wild look.
The basic idea is to “part the hair one way or the other to make it flow.”
The basic idea when creating a wild look is to part the hair on either side to create a flow of hair.
This is true for women as well, but parting the hair in the middle gives the impression of being somewhat calm, serious, or clean. Of course, this is also nice, but if you want a wild look, you should create a parting on either side.
In this case, it is best to intentionally create a “flow” of hair from left to right or right to left for an interesting result.
How to combine with other methods
Another effective method is to combine it with other hair plans.
Applying a perm to a wolf cut that has a strong sense of wildness will give a youthful finish to a hairstyle with movement that retains a wild look, yet is somehow playful.
Combined with a haircut, it will give a very massive impression. This plan is also effective if you want to give a sense of male sexiness.
If you want to keep your hair wild, but don’t want it to stand out too much because you work at a company, we recommend perming the hair in a way that gives the hair a “bundled” look, rather than perming it too strongly. This gives a fresh, but not too serious, impression even with black hair, and it is very easy to maintain.
On the other hand, if you are still a student and old enough to play with your hair, it is a good idea to give your hair a stronger perm. This way, you can create a very original perm.
In the case of perms for men, the purpose is not simply to create a wild look, but also to prevent the hair from looking too heavy, even if it is black. Perms are also highly recommended for those who cannot dye their hair due to company or school regulations, but want a lighter finish.
Of course, consulting with your hairdresser is a good way to decide!