Some different types of perms include the body perm, spiral perm, multi-textured perm and spot/plain curl perm. The results of each perm produce a different type of texture and size of curl. More »

Curly perms for African American hair types exist, and they are often referred to as a double-processed style. This is because there are two different chemicals used during the process. More »

Different types of warrants include no-knock warrants, anticipatory warrants, nighttime warrants, seizure warrants and warrants requiring a knock-and-announce provision, according to Cornell University Law School. Office... More »

For a perm that results in soft, flowing curls, opt for a body perm, plain curl perm, or volumizing perm. A body perm results in the addition of voluminous waves and large curls from the root of the hair to the tip. The ... More »

Cold wave perms contain the chemical ammonium thioglycolate. True acid wave and acid-balanced wave perms contain glyceryl monothioglycolate. Exothermic wave perms contain ammonium thioglycolate as well as an oxidizer lik... More »

Perms can take between 1 and 2 hours, depending on how long the hair being permed is and what perming technique is implemented by the stylist. Once complete, a perm is not completely settled until about 28 hours have pas... More »

On average, a perm is designed to last six months or less. The exact amount of time varies depending on the person. More »