Do you have any suggestions to help me over come this limp lifeless look? Sooooo I guess we’ll see in a couple of weeks? I think that may be because of the gargantuan amount of mousse the hairdresser doused my hair in , I’m glad you got the look you wanted! 4)Your hair texture will most likely be unpleasant. Hopefully everyone already knows this, but PLEASE don’t attempt to perm your hair at home especially if it’s already colored! The hair products help a little, but they don’t really give me the results I’d like. Question….I have thin, fine, naturally curly hair that has multiple textures. My perm looks horrible at this stage (looks more stringy than anything). So…For starters I would need to know a little more about your hair…. I have a round/heart shaped face, and my hair is always flat and limp. It has a certain childlike quality to it – not the locks I had as a child, but it certainly looks zany.
Try to stick with one or the other….if not your hair will lose its integrity fast! That sounds like a horrible idea! -Was your hair lightened or colored before using raspberry splat?
Here’s the curling iron I use for your length hair: Here’s an example of when I rushed and should have added some volume up top. Use a curling or flat iron to create volume at the base.
I’ve got long layers and normally just go get a trim from whoever, so I don’t have a regular stylist. I want to grow it longer so I don’t want to cut it to much. I still don’t think that’s enough, but I could be wrong. I decided I wanted to get a beach wave perm. Generally, I do not suggest a perm if you get permanent color unless you have very short hair and get frequent haircuts because damage is not as noticeable. So if your hair has been treated and colored, or is extremely dry, it's probably best to skip the perm, or wait for your hair to regain it's good condition again.
If your hair is short then it probably isn’t curling as much as it could with a longer length and the right cut. You won’t be stuck getting perms forever if you don’t like it.
If you like the slight waviness that you has naturally, then you may want to think about other options. Serum will help in frizzy management and add more to the style. OMG….after they rinsed the perm solution out I was about to die! We tried it again, the same thing happened. Guys with perms look good. The color removal would only give you unnecessary damage with a questionable outcome. Using specific shampoos, conditioners, and hairsprays will be absolutely essential in making sure your perm stays in tact and isn't ruined. Usually I don’t suggest perms for people who have naturally curly hair. It’s up to you to judge your salon experience and their advice. Can you recommend a mild perm? 2. What do you think caused this? Someone who takes perming seriously. This is the advise I would have given you back then. Your ends are probably really dry.
And the thought of running my hands trying to saturate the color into the curls and then letting the water beat it for a few solid minutes is terrifying. I just thought with summer coming, it might be good to get a gentle perm, spiral or regular since it’s already a good cut and with long enough layers.