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Getting the most out of your newly permed hair

If you have recently gotten a perm or are thinking about getting one, you might wonder how to keep your curls fresh and healthy. Perms are a great way to add texture and volume to your hair but require special attention and maintenance.

Here are some of the most common mistakes people make when caring for their permed hair and how to avoid them.

1. Washing your hair too soon after getting a perm. One of the biggest mistakes people make is washing their hair too soon after getting a perm. This can cause your curls to lose their shape and definition and damage your hair. You should wait at least 48 hours before washing your hair after getting a perm, and use a gentle shampoo and conditioner designed for curly hair.

2. Brushing or combing your hair when it's dry. Another mistake is brushing or combing their hair when it's dry. This can cause frizz, breakage, split ends, and ruin your curls. Using a wide-tooth comb or fingers, you should only detangle your hair when wet. Avoid using brushes or fine-tooth combs, as they can pull and stretch your curls.

3. Using too much heat on your hair. Permed hair is more prone to heat damage than natural hair, so you should limit the use of hot tools such as blow dryers, curling irons, and flat irons. If you need to use heat on your hair, apply a heat protectant product beforehand and use the lowest temperature setting possible. You can also try using diffusers or air-drying your hair to preserve curls.

4. Skipping regular trims and treatments. Permed hair needs regular trims and treatments to keep it healthy and prevent split ends and dryness. You should get your hair trimmed every 6 to 8 weeks and use deep conditioning masks or oils weekly to nourish and hydrate your hair. You can also visit your stylist for touch-ups or relaxers if you want to maintain or change your curl pattern.

5. Using the wrong products for your hair type and curl pattern. Not all permed hair is the same, so you should use products that suit your hair type and curl pattern. For example, if you have fine or thin hair, use lightweight products that won't weigh down your curls or make them greasy. If you have coarse or thick hair, you should use moisturizing products that will smooth and soften your curls. It would help if you also looked for products formulated for curly hair, such as curl creams, gels, mousses, or sprays.

By avoiding these common mistakes and following these tips and tricks, you can make your permed hair last longer and look better. Perms are a fun way to change up your look and express your personality, so enjoy your curls and flaunt them with confidence!


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