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 »

To make African-American hair curly, wash and condition it, wrap sections around straws, pin them up, dry the hair, remove the straws, and apply hair oil. The supplies you need are shampoo, conditioner, a towel, a comb, ... More »

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The task of straightening out naturally curly hair often necessitates the use of heat and chemicals. However, it is possible to straighten your curly hair from home. You need shampoo, conditioner, a towel, a straightenin... More »

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 black hair are wash-and-wear hair processing applications. The product allow the wearer to chemically change the texture of hair. 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 »

A moisturizing texturizer for African American hair straightens tightly coiled hair strands so that they lay in gentle curls or waves. Added moisturizers circumvent the natural drying tendency of the straightening chemic... More »

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