Straight Rods. Straight rods are a type of perm rod that has the same thickness from one end to the other to create an even curl pattern. This type of rod is suitable for all hair lengths and comes in sizes that range from small to large.
Perms are mainly of two types, regular perm which is also known as cold perm and hot perm, which is also known as digital perm. The process of perming involves the use of two main components. The first part is where the hair is wrapped around rods and a waving lotion (perming solution) is applied to soften the hair structure.
This type of perm works best with long hair and uses longer rods. Remember that hair shrinks a bit with a perm, so let it grow to below your desired length prior to perming. ... Because chemicals are applied only to the roots, it is much better for the hair than some other types of perms. Multi-Texture Perm.
This is a type of permanent wave that can vary in appearance, depending on the size of the rods that are used, how skilled the hairstylist is, the type of hair that the person has, and even what chemicals are used to set the perm.
Even within these basic perm types, all perms are different depending on the rod type and the chemicals used to set your hair. These six perms are just a few of what you can get too – there are lots more perm types out there but these are the most popular.
Volumizing perm need some added volume to your hair, this is your answer. this type of perm adds some essential volume to the hair without putting to much emphasis on the curls. The objective is to basically make the curls look relaxed so the rods are removed way before the neutralizer is applied.
Stack perms use different roller or perm rod sizes to create the illusion of layered hair styles without cutting the hair. This style is done from mid-shaft to ends of the hair and works best on medium to thick hair that falls below the shoulder.
This is the best type of perm for long hair. It is created by use of two different sized rods and that is why it gives a well-defined look and natural appearance. This is one of the unique types of perms.
Regardless of the rod you use, the length of time a perm stays in your hair depends on your hair type: very straight, dark or exceedingly thick hair will have a harder time holding onto the curl. Saturate your hair in deep conditioner the day before you perm it.
#17: Silver Fox Perm. Silver hair already makes a bold statement, but take it to greater heights (literally) with mountains of giant curls! This perm hair was achieved using a larger rod, resulting in big curls that gorgeously snake all around the head.