Jeroen Wagemakers's Blog

Perms , curlers, salonvisits, haircapes …

Thank you… part I

For visiting my blog and sending in further questions.

I will answer all questions  send in over email or in a comment here.


4 February 2011 - Posted by | Perms | , , , , , , , ,


  1. Hello again! Thanks for sharing those pictures, I really enjoy visiting your blog every week, I haven been very busy lately so I haven’t been able to comment in your posts, but I always follow your blog.

    Keep the good work!

    Comment by Maurize | 6 February 2011 | Reply

    • Thanks.

      I think you are not alone in being a frequent reader here, but you also comment frequently and I like that.

      Comment by jwagemakers | 8 February 2011 | Reply

  2. I agree! Thank you so much for sharing your pictures. I recently had some “perm play” over the weekend – bought me a new cape and rolled my hair in the pink perm rods. When I dried it my hair was VERY curly!! I think I might get the nerve to talk to my hairdresser the next time I go about getting a perm!! So excited!!

    Thanks again for paving the way and sharing!

    Comment by Melissa | 8 February 2011 | Reply

    • “..paving the way..”

      That’s indeed what I try to do here.

      In the past other people did that for me, show me that men and perms go together.. and that having a fetish that is hairrelated is not that uncommon. Those people helped me in taking the “big” step and I never regretted that, perhaps I regret not starting earlier with perms…

      So I am indeed paving the way, I hope more people will be able to fullfill their hairdreams and help others to do so. That’s what the internet is all about, isn’t ?

      edit: yes it’s fun to be able to play a bit with haircape and permrods. I do remember the curls to be very tight after such play much tighter then a real perm, but I would never ever get a perm on pink rods here ( are you from Europe or USA?) because pink permrods here are very thin.

      Comment by jwagemakers | 8 February 2011 | Reply

      • From US – pink are small but not real thin. I think real thin here would be the blue and yellow.

        Comment by Melissa | 10 February 2011

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