Traditionally, stylists or at-home Dyers used plastic rods all over the head, wrapping the hair around the same slender, cylinder shape, transforming the hair from straight (or wavy) to tightly curled—which meant perms always turned the hair from straight (or wavy) to tightly curled. After wrapping the rods, a perm lotion was applied to the entire length of the rods to allow the curl to set. After letting the lotion sit for a while, it would be rinsed and dried before being applied with a neutralizing substance. Perming techniques have evolved from the basic one-size plastic rod to include the use of various materials as well as a variety of rod sizes. Wrapping hair around the rod, rollers, and even fabric has evolved over time, allowing hairdressers to produce S-waves and looser, beach waves.
The most significant distinction between traditional and modern perms is this. Curls or waves can be formed based on your hair type and style preference, rather than a one-size-fits-all method. Perms are particularly popular among ladies who want to enhance their natural texture by giving their waves or curls more structure and liveliness.
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The Hair clip-in bun is designed to expand and volumes’ small, thin buns. As a result, the best hair type for the bun extension is thin to medium hair with few strands. Hair that is long enough to tie into a tiny bun is also recommended. You can also tie half of your hair up in a top knot if you have shorter hair. This will ensure that the clip-in bun covers your natural bun entirely.