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they make it curly!

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Q: What do perms do to oily and fine hair?
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What is in a hair perms?

In hair perms there are chemicals that damage it and those chemicals can even change your hair color and leave a ugly result.those are the stuff that is in hair perms.

Can hair perms cause cancer?

No, hair perms can not cause cancer.

Will perms damage long and thick hair?

Perms are reputed with causing damage to hair.

Do cost cutters give wavy hair perms?

Does Cost Cutters do perms on your hair

How are perms bad for your hair?

Perms are very bad for your hair. It's like putting raw eggs in your hair. Gross!

Is the Hot Tools 1051 Soft Bonnet Hair Dryer a good system for perms?

Its good on perms because it has safe heat which the settings are good for perms and delicate hair

What do perms do to hairs?

Perms curl your hair and a relaxer straightens your hair. Many people confuse the two.

Is good hair better with perms or wihout perms?

It depends on your hair type and other things. If your hair is damaged of really thick you might not want to get one.

Why don't perms wash out when you wash your hair?

Perms CHEMICALLY, not PHYSICALLY, change your hair. It's not like a spray or a gel that can be removed.

Do perms ruin your hair?


Are perms bad for your hair?


Can perms break your hair?

yes it can

How does perms affect the mother and baby while pregnant?

Perms are fine. There is no evidence to suggest it harms the baby. I was bleaching my hair and everything when i was pregnant and she turned out fine. NO IT'S NOT FINE! Your hormones are changing. It could cause your hair to change color (to something horrible) or the perm might not turn out right. But most importantly those chemicals are horrible and just as back as cigarett smoke to breathe in.

Can you use conditioner for oily hair?

you can use conditioner for oily hair...but only an extremely small amount. the conditioner will make your hair even more oily than it was before. i do not recommend using it on oily hair.

What kind of hair are kerastase hair products made for?

Kerastase hair products makes a line of products for all types of hair- thick, damaged, oily, curly or fine.

Can hairspray and perms cause thinning hair?

Perms damage your hair which eventually thins it out, just like straightening it or blowdrying it too much can. Although, hairspray should not thin your hair.

How do straight hair perms work?


Why do your hair follicles get oily?

They don't. Your hair follicles are IN/under you skin and they do not get oily, it is the hair growing from them that gets oily and this is caused the Sebaceous glands (which are close to the hair root) which secrete an oily, waxy substance called sebum that coats the hair shaft to waterproof it.

Which product is best for oily hair?

A product such as tresemme oily hair will work best.

Can you use body powder for the oily hair?

Use corn starch for oily hair.

If your black and you have straight hair and you've been getting straight hair perms since you were little could you get start using curl perms will it damage your hair?

curl perms? i have never heard of that. but what i know is that if u get growth and then cut all the straight permed hair ur natural unpermed hair wont be damaged. and once ur hair is long enough ur could tong ur hair to make it straight. once in a while tonging ur hair is good but not everyday. All kinds of perms cause damage because the hair is treated with chemicals which can make hair more porous and thus can be easily breakable. So yes curling perms will cause damage.

Do perms damage hair?

Yes, they do. Chemicals are applied to your hair to change the hair cell to make it curl.

What does hair oil do to your hair?

It makes your hair oily.

How do you recognize oily hair?

Depending on how oily it is, it can look wet.

Is perms bad for your hair?

Yes, they are bad for your air and are NOT permanent

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