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Fine Hair Perms That Work

Fine Hair Perms That Work fine hair perms that work

                                                 

Fine Hair Perms That Work   -- A normal perm is a combination of 4 steps

  1. a mechanical process (wrapping the hair around a perm rod)
    this mechanically stretches or strains the cross-bonds  inside the hair shaft
    the amount of stress inside the hair is determined by the relationship between the diameter of the hair shaft and the diameter of the perm rod & how tightly the hair is wrapped around the perm rod.

  2. a chemical process (apply the permanent waving solution)
    this breaks down the cross bonds inside the hair shaft 

  3. a mechanical process - inside the hair shaft - then happens because of the stress added in step #1 -
    - the "broken" cross bonds MOVE to a new position to relieve the strain added in step #1 

  4. a chemical process -- caused by the neutralizer  -- re-forms about 80% of the cross bonds inside the hair shaft.
    It is the re-forming of the cross bonds in the NEW position that makes the wave become permanent
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  5. ps For best results wait 72 hours before re-wetting you new curls. This gives nature the time to complete the neutralizing (reforming) process, that was started by the step #4 neutralizer

If you have fine hair, you can tell  if you have these symptoms  
  • when you get a curly perm in you hair and it does not go away but stays in tight ringlets forever?

  • when you get a body perm but it always disappears in 3 or 4 days?

More importantly if you have these 2 combined symptoms and still want a more open curl, perm or even just a body perm (body perms add body with little to no curl at all) that will last in your hair ...  you have been looking for a "Transfer Perm!" Think of your choices in 3 steps they are:

  1. a quarter size diameter transfer curl for "just body;" no curl

  2. a smaller 5-cent size diameter transfer if you want just a "little wave";   or

  3. a dime size diameter transfer if you want to put an "open curl"  in your fine hair

The transfer perm takes twice as long to do (after all you are wrapping the  hair 2-times) and will cost almost twice as much as regular perm. But if you recognize the symptoms, we know you have already spent your money and ended up either too curly, then  ..  tried again only to see your body wave slide away. ... Or worse yet, you've been left with over processed dry hair because someone incorrectly thought the perm solution could "force in" the wave.

The transfer perm has solved this fine hair perm- problem. The transfer perms are  fine hair perms that work.  For many of our "fine hair" clients, the transfer perms have provided both a lasting curl , and the wanted curl diameter,  that they were looking for, without over processing their fine thin hair.

For years teachers, stylists, and perm manufacturers have been blaming the permanent wave chemical solution. When in reality the problem is the relationship between the diameter of the hair + the diameter of the perm rod + how tightly the hair is wrapped around the rod. The fine hair itself can be so small in diameter that no matter how tightly you wrap the hair around the perm rod -  it just will  NOT cause enough stress to be placed on the internal cross-bonds inside he hair, so you can get a perm that lasts. If the cross bonds don't move you CAN NOT get a permanent curl.

The transfer perm, is the fine hair perm that works. It gets the cross bonds to move by using a perm rod that "so small in diameter" that it forces the cross bonds to move. Then, after the cross bonds have moved the small perm rods are removed and replaced by larger rollers or perm rods. A short period of time is allowed to elapse so the "to-tight" cross-bond position can re-adjust itself to the desired new & bigger diameter position. Finally the neutralizer is applied to re-harden the cross-bonds in their new, and permanent location.  This over tightening - followed by the transferring to loosen -  is what makes the transfer perm so successful.      

The  fine hair perm that works is a combination of 6 steps

  1. a mechanical process (wrapping the hair around a small perm rod - tighter than you want @ the end)
    this small rod mechanically stretches or strains the cross-bonds  inside the hair shaft and

  2. a chemical process (apply the permanent waving solution)
    this breaks down the cross bonds inside the hair shaft  and

  3. a mechanical process - inside the hair shaft  Here the "tiny rod diameter" forces
    - the "broken" cross bonds to MOVE to a new position to relieve the strain added in step #1 

  4. after the processing time is complete the "tiny-perm-rods" are replaced with rollers or bigger rods

  5. time is allowed it pass so the "to-tight cross bonds can move to the new "looser" position

  6. a chemical process - the neutralizer - re-forming the bonds inside the hair shaft
    it is the re-forming of the cross bonds in the NEW position is what makes the wave become permanent

  7. don't forget --- For best results you need to wait 72 hours before re-wetting you new curls. This gives nature the time to complete the neutralizing (reforming) process, that was started by the step #6 neutralizer

  8. ps - Don't think you are being nice to you fine virgin hair by getting a "mild" perm solution. Fine Virgin hair has a tight compact cuticle layer that needs a good strong perm to penetrate the cuticle layer. The perm solution must be adjusted properly for colored, previously permed and bleached hair.  Transferring highly damaged hair is also NOT recommended as the transfer process will often fail because the internal cross bond structure "is just not there" anymore. When the the cross bond link are too damaged they cannot and will not support the perm.

  9. Lanza Ultimate Treatment Kitpps you can also prepare and protect you hair for a perm by using the Deep Conditioning that adds Body and Volume to Fine Thin Hair 2 or 3 days before you perm. This same deep conditioning treatment help prepare you hair for its transfer perm. Start deep conditioning again 3 days after your perm to keep you fine hair in good condition while adding body with even more volume.

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