Large curly hair that sways at the shoulder. Loose curls are very cute, but it is quite difficult to keep them in place. Here, we will introduce in detail the perms suitable for creating large curls and what to do when a loose perm falls out.
If you want loose curls, a digital perm is the way to go.
Loose, large, fluffy curls are often seen in magazines. It is time-consuming to curl hair with an iron every time, and there are concerns about damage to the hair, so it would be easier to care for the hair in the morning if it could be reproduced with a perm. However, loose perms tend to lose their shape, and depending on the quality of your hair, they may fall out easily, so you should consult your hair stylist before applying a perm.
We recommend the digital perm. Since heat is applied after the chemical is applied, it has a high shape-memory effect, and even loose curls can be held firmly in place. Since the curls appear dry, they are easy to reproduce and hold up well, making styling easy.
Loose perms are back! 3 tips for styling in the morning
Even if you are able to keep your curls loose for a while, they will inevitably become limp after a while. In such cases, add a little extra effort to your morning styling. It is of course fine to perm your hair again right away, but with digital perms, there are concerns about heat denaturation of the hair, so it is better to leave as much time as possible between perms to reduce the stress on the hair.
Below are some recommendations for styling when a loose perm has been removed. With just a few modifications, beautiful curls can be restored, so please give it a try.
- Lightly dampen hair with water spray, then apply styling products such as mousse twice, once on the surface of the hair and once from the inside.
- Lift the permed part with the palm of your hand and blow dryer air while curling inward with your fingers in a forward direction.
Finish by applying a light amount of styling product such as wax and pinching with fingers to create fluffy volume.
Loose and fluffy perm for beautiful hair.
To keep your loose perm as long as possible, it is important to take care of your hair on a regular basis. Commercially available high-grade alcohol-based shampoos are too degreasing and may damage the scalp and hair, so use amino acid-based shampoos with mild cleansing power.
In addition, treatment care should be performed daily as much as possible to repair the inside of the hair. If you are concerned about damage, wrap a hot towel around your hair after applying treatment to increase penetration.
Keep your hair in nuanced, large curls and aim for loose, fluffy, beautiful permed hair!