When you think of a perm, you probably think of some dry, frizzled 80’s hair.  However, in reality, perms are used a lot in today’s world to add texture to hair.  Trust me, they are a lot more common than you think.  But have you ever asked yourself, “how do perms work”?  I know I used to wonder about things like that before I went to beauty school.  In this quick article, I want to teach you a thing or two about perms and the science that powers them…

When you think of perms, you probably think of frizzy 80's hair. However, they are more common then you think... but how do perms work?

Maybe you remember the famous scene at the end of Legally Blonde, in which Elle Woods cracks the case by talking about some perm science.

When you think of perms, you probably think of frizzy 80's hair. However, they are more common then you think... but how do perms work?

In case you were wondering, her explanation was pretty accurate….

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Hollee Wood is a professional hairstylist with over 10 years of experience in the hair industry. She loves teaching about the science of hair along with everything else beautiful.

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