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Old 06-13-2006, 05:14 PM
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How do you get rid of a perm?...

How do you get rid of a perm?...

I permed my hair a while back. Acually, about a year ago!! lol...anyway..i'm tired of it and want my natural hair back. People can't tell it's a perm because it looks natural but i can't wait for it to grow out!!! Can anyone help me??
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Old 06-13-2006, 05:37 PM
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The only thing i can think of is to get a reverse perm. That is what worked for me years ago.
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Old 06-13-2006, 06:08 PM
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How does that work?
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Old 06-13-2006, 06:12 PM
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go to a salon and ask for a relax perm or something, i dont really know. Where's tina when you need her?????
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You basically can go to any drug store and buy the perm or relaxing solution. You follow the directions but instead of putting in rollers you comb your hair through for a while to let the hair relax. It's alot cheaper to do it yourself. I have done it and it comes out fine. Just be sure to follow directions...
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Old 06-18-2006, 04:35 PM
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oh thanks i'll try that...would save me a lot of $$$$
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Old 06-19-2006, 05:35 AM
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You basically can go to any drug store and buy the perm or relaxing solution. You follow the directions but instead of putting in rollers you comb your hair through for a while to let the hair relax. It's alot cheaper to do it yourself. I have done it and it comes out fine. Just be sure to follow directions...
Then your hair turns to snot, and you buy a wig! OMG!!!!! Are you insane? Do you understand the chemicals? How can you watch curl relax? Do you have eyes in the back of your head? Your lucky if it came out, then again, I never felt your hair. Bet you jeans it snaps.
Do this yourself, we can not fix it, but to cut it all off.
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Old 06-19-2006, 06:58 AM
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Then your hair turns to snot, and you buy a wig! OMG!!!!! Are you insane? Do you understand the chemicals? How can you watch curl relax? Do you have eyes in the back of your head? Your lucky if it came out, then again, I never felt your hair. Bet you jeans it snaps.
Do this yourself, we can not fix it, but to cut it all off.
No offense but I have done it and comes out the same as if you do it professionally. I have seen it done at salons and it's the same thing. I know you are a professional, but I don't think all stylists are. So why pay so much money if the results are the same.

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Old 06-19-2006, 07:17 AM
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No offense but I have done it and comes out the same as if you do it professionally. I have seen it done at salons and it's the same crap. I know you are a professional, but I don't think all stylists are. So why pay so much money if the results are the same.
Can I test your hair? Really send me a hair. I'll bet it snaps. There is no way you can perm twice and not get damage. You can't buy pro perms, no Sallys does not count. It's a joke! You don't know how to detect damage. No Offense! It's like a gal with dark hair, thinking she can go blonde at home. They don't know the laws of color. I see it all the time, and it make me ill!

As for it being the same crap, no you can not buy my crap. The crap at Sallys is really crap. I wouldn't use it on a doll. As for you being able to apply it like me, please tell me how you do it? I sit by that client and do it, every second. If you don't do it right, you can break hair, it can be uneven, and damaged! If you leave the neutralizer on too long, you have no hair! Did you know that? Do you know the rinse time? This is a process we are very careful with, It's not as easy as you make it out to be. For one you have no idea the condition of her hair, what chemicals she has had done. Your advice could make her hair fall out. But hey you know more then me right? I only worked my butt off to be the best. So give your advice, it's not your hair. Sorry but this really pisses me off, as you don't mess with chemicals you know poop about.
I would hate to see her lose hair on your bad advice.
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Can I test your hair? Really send me a hair. I'll bet it snaps. There is no way you can perm twice and not get damage. You can't buy pro perms, no Sallys does not count. It's a joke! You don't know how to detect damage. No Offense! It's like a gal with dark hair, thinking she can go blonde at home. They don't know the laws of color. I see it all the time, and it make me ill!

As for it being the same crap, no you can not buy my crap. The crap at Sallys is really crap. I wouldn't use it on a doll. As for you being able to apply it like me, please tell me how you do it? I sit by that client and do it, every second. If you don't do it right, you can break hair, it can be uneven, and damaged! If you leave the neutralizer on too long, you have no hair! Did you know that? Do you know the rinse time? This is a process we are very careful with, It's not as easy as you make it out to be. For one you have no idea the condition of her hair, what chemicals she has had done. Your advice could make her hair fall out. But hey you know more then me right? I only worked my butt off to be the best. So give your advice, it's not your hair. Sorry but this really pisses me off, as you don't mess with chemicals you know poop about.
I would hate to see her lose hair on your bad advice.
WOW you are really pissed at me. I am only telling her what I have done. It's her choice what she ends up doing. I am sure after she read this she will follow your advice. And if my hair snaps it's not from straigtening it, which I did back in the 90's btw, it's from awful stylist who didn't know what chemicals go with my hair. It's from stylist who to make a buck don't care what they do to my hair. I am by no means a professional and never implied that I was. Like I said you are a great stylist I am positive on that by your response here, but not everyone is like you. Not everyone stands there and takes there time. Again I am sorry if I upset you, it wasn't my intention.
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Old 06-19-2006, 02:40 PM
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Oh my....please don't argue I went to check at a salon and it would cost me about $60 to take it out so I think I'll do that...or I might just leave it in until it grows out I'm afraid of putting too much chemicals in my hair that's why I left it for so long
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It's okay. Glad you figured out what you want to do
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Um btw cutting off a perm doesn't work it will just make it curl more
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