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Moisturizing Alkaline Perm

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Moisturizing Alkaline Perm

by One 'n Only
SBS-539003
$6.79
Moisturizing Alkaline Perm is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 30.
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  • Leaves hair shiny, moisturized and manageable New, fresh scent helps eliminate perm odor Leaves firm true-to-rod size curls
    One 'n Only Moisturizing Alkaline Perms give natural-looking curls to normal, tinted & frosted hair. The versatile formula allows water, lotion or a combination of different wrapping styles for the ultimate in customized perming. Allows control of amount of curl support for any style. Buffered waving lotion regulates pH for maximum curl results without dryness or frizziness. Stop-action prevents over-processing on normal hair types
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from great perm I have fine hair, so I think the next time I won't use as much solution, I burned the top of my head a bit, after the first washing (48 hours) I had great waves and my hair looks much fuller, very little frizz. The perm does not come with end papers, so I used some I had left over from a Lilt foam perm (which I loved, but they don't make it anymore) so I wasn't sure if this one uses end papers?
Date published: 2019-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great to Oxygen neutralize - 20 year product user I used to just air dry my hair on the rods to neutralize to get healthy smooth permed hair. In the past couple years I have been using the argon oil neutralizer -I was pressed for time - and it worked fabulous. No frizz and very curly. I have had perms for over 35 years and this is the one that has always been the best on my hair. I have thin, straight, colored hair and henna colored now -Never had an issue with great curls. I use the green foam curler rods from Sally's.
Date published: 2019-04-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well I use it to straighten my hair. It works well and leaves hair in good condition
Date published: 2019-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product for its value Worked perfectly. I actually used it to straighten my hair from a bad perm i had gotten.
Date published: 2019-02-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from One n Only perms Great curl, client was so happy! Definitely my newest Go To Brand!
Date published: 2019-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best perms out there I’ve been using One ‘n Only perms for 30 years on my clients. They are the best!
Date published: 2018-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for gray hair I work in a nursing / rehab center and I have used these perms for years. It is a good perm for gray hair. I Highly recommend this perm.
Date published: 2018-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Great quality items, super fast delivery. I will be ordering more. Thank you
Date published: 2018-08-31
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Is it safe to get a perm after your hair was bleach after a month? And if so what brand should be used.

Asked by: Tonie655
I have just started using Zotos Quantum T Texture on Tint Perm . It leaves the hair in the best condition I have ever felt with a perm . I have only left it on 15 minutes for 3 women with different textured hair, with great results.  I haven't used it on bleached hair but the info on box claims it can be used on bleached hair. It will depend on how fragile your hair is.
Answered by: ANnmB 958
Date published: 2019-04-07

What does this perm kit come with an d can you do it to your self ir sds o ypu have to have someone else do it

Asked by: Yokitten
2 bottles 1solution/1neutralizer. if you are a stylist and know what you are doing you can most important is the wrapping good luck
Answered by: hairlady11
Date published: 2019-02-22

Can it be used on blonde tinted hair and does the odor stay in like some alkaline perms?

Asked by: BobbieBGood
I have blond tinted hair and the smell may stay in for 2 or 3 washings, but it isn’t bad. I usually was my hair every other day too. 
Answered by: Shoemaker1
Date published: 2019-02-22

is this a self timing perm or do we have to time it

Asked by: Get a haircut
It's self timing 20 mins on normal hair and about 10 mins on tinted.
Answered by: Funkytown
Date published: 2019-01-12

I have very and breakable from frosting my hair iIs this a good perm for my hair

Asked by: skarvent
I would have a professional who is experienced in perms advise me if my hair was in the condition you have described. This perm is not as good as a Quantum and I am sure there are many others out there that are even better, but you have to be a licensed hairdresser to obtain.
Answered by: Rhoderia
Date published: 2019-02-14

I am a licensed cosmetologist but haven't done anything but cut hair for many years. My grand-daughter wants a body wave. What perm would you recommend for really thick hair? Also, are there any "new and improved" perm rods I should look into? Thanks

Asked by: Nannyann
What perm really depends on the initial texture and the desired results. By thick do you mean density *many hairs packed closely together from a particular area of the scalp?* or do you mean thick as in the diameter of each hair is... thick. Coarse hair can be of low density or have a high density. But taking a shot in the dark,really coarse hair will not usually "take" an acid perm, unless processed with heat and YOU MUST FOLLOW EVERY WORD OF THE INSTRUCTIONS when doing that. Acid perms give softer curl formations which is what im interpreting from the use of the term "body wave". A step up from the acid perm is the alkaline perm. These are tenacious enough to penetrate deep into the cortex of the hair giving you more power to get the curl you want. Alkaline perms have a reputation for offering a stronger springy curl formation. If her hair is coarse, dense or heavy, then this might be a better option. Keeping in mind it is an alkaline process, and too much alkalinity in the hair results in hair that feels like overcoocked spaghetti/ chewed gum. So please be cautious if going down that route. Then theres exotermic perms, and I only use those on clients that have hair thats roughly the texture of steel wool, especially if they have that super thick glassy type cuticle. Now for body waves, you usually want a larger curl, so Id say maybe the peach/orange rods would be you best bet. They make dark green ones, but only really sturdy coarse hair has enough elasticity after a perm to support such a large diameter curl. East Asians typically have the ideal hair texture for those rods. If her hair is "softer" then that, you wont get a stable curl and it just wont work right. Also, have you ever heard of a Reduction wrap? Its whenyou dont want the height of a fresh perm but you want body throughout the hair. Its when you only use about 8 rods to wrap very large sections of hair. The curl begins wherever it turns onto the rod, so where the rod sits on the scalp is a critical detail. All the hair that is drawn smooth against the scalp will have a smooth portion at the root then the curl starts to pick up further down the shaft, i feel they have a more organic looking result then the perfect straight back set. And it flows, it still has swing. You just have to be super meticulous about getting solution all the way into the core of the rod and all the hair wrapped around it and spend a good chunk of the afternoon just rinsing, removing excess water then neutralize. If you want more tips or tricks just shoot me a message.
Answered by: Texture Artist
Date published: 2019-01-07

what is the shelf life

Asked by: BeverlyV
Well, there isnt an expiry date printed on the box, however in the hair industry theres sort of an unwritten rule when it comes to products that dont have a specified expiry date. Its usually 3 years from the date it was made IF THE PACKAGE HASNT BEEN OPENED. Once the seal has been broken and exposed to air, things can go sour much faster. 1 year shelf life MAXIMUM. personal advice, if its been open for any longer then 6 months, dispose of it. And that only applies to single formulated products. If you have to say... mix part A with part B, or add the activator to lotion or whatever... its only good for a very short period of time. Like 15 minutes up to an hour and a half, by then the internal chemical reaction between the 2 parts of the product has gone flat, its no longer producing the active reaction intermediates that perform the "reduction" phase of a perm. Once thats done, rinse thoroughly, and again, nope over in that spot too, and rinse and finally rinse everything thoroughly one more time. There shouldnt be any pungent smell after rinsing the first solution. If there is, repeat the rinsing all over again. Under no circumstances should rinsing take any less time then 5-7 minutes. Also rinse with warmer water, it relaxes the hair so the water can flow through it with ease. Now come away from the sink and start blotting the rods, being careful not to "rough up" the hair. We just melted the protein structure in the hair, being messy while drying is a leading cause of the frizz associated with perms. You want to keep them as smooth and firmly planted as possible. I personally like to go in with papertowel and gently wrap each rod and lightly squeeze out any more moisture the towel dodnt pick up. Youd be surprise how much more paper towels absorb. Now, if you need a break, now would be a good time. Just let the hair breath for a few minutes, but no longer then a half hour or else theyll start to really get drywhich makes them not take neutralizer evenly. You want the hair just damp. Cold and damp-ish when touched, but no water clings to your finger when removed from the hair. Thats the perfect time to neutralize, or "glue" that melted protein into the formation of the rod. Follow manufacturers instructions for neutralizing, then again rinsr, rinse,RINSE rinse... rinse. You may use a conditioner at this point, but scrunch it into the hair. The hair is still really soft and putting too much tension on it can really destroy the curls. Once that gets rinsed(or not) you can proceed to styling. I once again, that putting tension on a fresh perm will pull out some curl, so if youre more looking for a body wave, sure, have it blown out smooth, but for maximum curl retention I usually and just a little bit of a curl defining product, then loosely finger twirl small sections of hair untill the curl looks like the spiral of a candycane, maybe even a little curlier then that. Then bust out the diffuser and begin drying. Remember to gather your curls at the ends and using your diffuser kindof cup them and push them towards the scalp. Do not scrub, shake or mangle your little ringlets, or youll frizz out unnecessarily .when 90% dry, stop diffusing. Let the rest air dry.now you can play with your curls.push, pinch twirl and gather untill its the shape youre going after, then just let it be. The law of perm aftercare is simple, do not aggresively mangle your curls, and keep them dry for 48 hours after your service.a spritz from a water bottle to tame a few flyaways is totally fine, you just dont want it sopping wet that the water weighs it down, dragging the curl with it. Happy perming!
Answered by: Texture Artist
Date published: 2019-01-28

I have gray resistant fine hair, I want a tight curl, you think this perm would work for me?

Asked by: Hot Dogs
Yes I  believe it will, after you rinse the waving lotion out, and remove the excess water Waite 30 minutes then use the neutralizer. Remember  use smaller rollers for tighter curls.
Answered by: KITTY girl
Date published: 2019-02-14
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