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What is a Japanese straight perm?

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According to StraightPerm.com, a Japanese straight perm is a thermal reconditioning process that uses hair products and a special straightening iron to create straight hair. It does not use the kind of chemical relaxers used in some other straightening processes.

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Japanese straight perms cannot be performed on all chemically treated hair, including some hair that has been bleached, highlighted or relaxed. A hair stylist experienced with straight perms can determine whether someone's chemically treated hair can be straightened. The straight perm process works best on hair that is at least 8 inches long. After a Japanese straight perm, the hair is allowed to air dry with perfectly straight results, but can still be styled in any manner.

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