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 »

There are many ways to naturally curl hair, from using non-heated rollers to braiding. Making hair curly through natural methods is quick and easy. Avoiding chemicals helps keep hair soft, shiny and damage-free. More »

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The Redken Curl Refiner is a product that leaves curly hair manageable and formed without leaving it too crunchy or stiff. The lightweight formula leaves curls looking natural without weighing them down. More »

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Use canola oil to fix a bad perm because it loosens tight curls. You need canola oil, a plastic wrap, a mild shampoo, a deep conditioner, a towel and a blow dryer for this method to work properly. Multiple applications t... More »

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Hairdressers recommend waiting for 48 hours before washing permed hair to avoid loosening the curls, which results in less curly and weaker hair. Tying or brushing newly permed hair within the stated waiting time is also... More »

The easiest way to fix a bad perm at home is by loosening the curls using combinations of shampoo, oil and conditioner. This will not completely rid the hair of the perm but will help make the curls less intense. More »

The difference between a perm and a relaxer lies in the intended outcome and the procedure used to achieve it: a perm introduces curls and ringlets, but a relaxer is applied to eliminate natural waves and coils. However,... More »