The longevity of perms varies greatly depending on the quality of your hair. However, even for those whose perms are easily removed, it is possible to have beautiful permed hair that lasts longer depending on how you shampoo and care for your hair every day.
The key to making perms last longer is to choose the right shampoo.
The lasting of perms varies greatly depending on the quality of the hair. Many people may be troubled that their perms do not last long and come off quickly even after they have taken the trouble to have them done. In order to make perms last as long as possible, it is recommended to use a shampoo for perms.
Shampoo for perms may seem a little more expensive than the ordinary shampoos commonly used. However, compared to ordinary shampoos with strong cleaning power, shampoo for perms cleanses well while at the same time keeping nutrients and moisture in place.
It is characterized by the fact that it gently repairs permed hair, which is easily damaged.
Popular word-of-mouth hematin shampoo for younger looking hair.
Shampoos for perms are available at salons, but can also be purchased over the counter. Online retailers offer a wide variety to choose from.
One such shampoo is “Hematin” shampoo, which is now popular by word-of-mouth. Hematin” in shampoos is expected to repair damaged hair by strongly bonding with keratin, the main component of hair.
It also works to remove active oxygen that causes aging by facilitating the incorporation of enzymes, and removes alkaline substances left in the hair from perms and coloring. It will give your hair bounce and elasticity, and lead to moisturized and youthful hair.
In addition, it is reputed to strengthen S-S bonds created by perms and make perms last longer.
The way you dry after shampooing changes how long your perm lasts.
One reason perms do not last long is damage caused by dryness. Use a shampoo for perms to replenish moisture, and at the same time, always supply moisture and nutrients with treatments and the like. Care after shampooing is also important. Letting your hair dry naturally actually makes perms last longer.
When hair is wet, it is easy for dust and bacteria to stick to it, and the cuticle can easily peel off, damaging the hair.
Care must also be taken when using a hair dryer. First, towel-dry the ends of the hair, gently patting them dry. Then, apply air to the roots to dry them. Be careful not to dry the ends of the hair too much.
Styling products with UV protection are recommended.
When styling, use a comb and brush hair hard to make the perm last longer. Before going out, use a styling product and lightly grip the hair with the palms of your hands to recreate the wave and balance the overall look.
Styling products for perms should of course be used, but UV-protective products are also recommended. Although it is not widely known, hair gets sunburned just like skin. Sunburned hair tends to become damaged and dry, and this has a significant impact on how well perms hold their shape.
By taking care of your hair as described above, you can improve the longevity of your perm and save money at the hair salon. Above all, healthy hair is the best.