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How do you grow out a hair perm?

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To grow out a hair perm, simply take care of the hair to keep it healthy, and get it trimmed regularly. Commit to being patient in the process, as a perm takes several months to grow out.

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  1. Make a commitment to growing your hair out

    There are no shortcuts to growing out a perm. Hair grows about one-quarter inch per month so it takes patience to see the process through.

  2. Take care of the hair as it grows

    Wash and condition your hair regularly. Hair can often be dry and damaged after a perm, so conditioning it helps keep it strong as it grows to your desired length.

  3. Trim the ends regularly

    Have the ends trimmed at least every eight weeks to keep your hair looking its best as it grows.

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