Hair perm

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Stellar - - Beauty -

Wella Pro­fes­sion­als has given the perm a modern makeover with Wella Wave. The for­mula con­di­tions dur­ing pro­cess­ing so hair main­tains its strength and elas­tic­ity, and min­imises dam­age and break­age on fine hair. The process takes about three hours, and there’s no wash­ing for two days post-treat­ment (you can tie it back). Some old-school el­e­ments re­main: the so­lu­tion emits a faintly un­pleas­ant odour, and the process still utilises rollers, but the re­sults are cus­tomis­able – from tight curls to loose bends – and should last any­where from four to 12 weeks. At home, it was sug­gested we avoid us­ing a towel on damp hair and in­stead hand-wring and let it air-dry, us­ing a dif­fuser only if nec­es­sary. It made our nat­u­ral waves more uni­form, smooth and wash-and-go – ex­actly what we crave at this time of year.

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