It is said that half of today’s women in their 20s have dark hair. Long gone are the days when “brown hair” and “blonde hair” were popular. Today, dark-haired women are also very popular.
Long hair, which has been synonymous with “beautiful women” since the Heian period (794-1192), is especially popular. However, combining the two, black hair and long hair, poses some serious problems. Let’s take a look at the reasons and countermeasures.
Black hair + long hair is heavy!
If you have black hair and it is long, it gives a very heavy impression. It gives the impression of being heavy, and the head draws the eye, giving the impression of being very stodgy.
It’s perfectly groomed.”
Hair that reaches all the way down to the back is very beautiful and shiny.
Of course, it would be a plus if the hair was reasonably combed and weightless, but not many people can maintain their hair in this way.
However, there are not that many people who have their hair groomed in this way. This is a real downfall, isn’t it? One solution to this problem is a “perm.
Perms on long black hair! Its Merits
Long black hair with a perm is a surprisingly good match. Simply growing out the hair, the impression of a lack of refinement remains, and there are also the disadvantages mentioned above.
However, this image can be greatly reduced by simply perming the ends of the hair. Also, when perms are applied to black hair, unlike with dyed hair, damage to the hair is very minimal.
The lack of damage from dyed hair means that the hair is less damaged and the perm can be maintained for longer. Because of these advantages, black hair and perms are a surprisingly good match.
Perms are also recommended for those who find it difficult to color their hair but want to change their impression. Take advantage of perms for a seasonal makeover!