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A perm is NOT a perm? Part V

Not only it is possible to chance the outcome of a perm by using different permingtools, but also the way hair is wond around the rollers has an effect on the resulting curls.

Normally rods are put in in nice rows behind each other, here you see the rods hanging down and even hanging over each other. The result will be nice hanging ringlets.

You can combine that technique with bigger diameter permingrods to achieve bigger ringlets.

Or thinner rods.

This winding technique works best on medium to longer hair, and yes it takes a lot of rods. I can happen that 200 or even more indivial permingrods have to be wound in the hair. These perms are usally named “spiralperms” and are more expensive then regular perms, because of the extra work that it takes.

Next month I will concentrate on curls, the reslt of perms. In the upcoming months I will also do a shoot-that-question, you can send me questions per email at j_wagemakers@yahoo.com  for that.

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