Calling all tiny curls! Small ones, glorious ones and itty bitty sausage ones! Meredith Scott Lynn epitomizes the curl factor. Smiling
with her strawberry golden concentration of wee loops and circles there are volumes of excitement involved in her layered ringlets.
This image would frighten those who are used to wearing surf board straight hair with piles of smoothing serum applied on their ends.
But, for those who have bounce in their character and tend to gravitate to more of a softer yet tighter tresses, this might be what
you have been seeking.
Meredith's appeal could have derived from a permanent. It is quite obvious her hair is in good shape as we look at the photo. Begin
this chemical process with the required haircut and allow your hair to hang where it has been rolled. After your professional takes
down the coiled or spiral rods and rinses your hair, they should stay exactly where they lie. No combing. Allow to air dry, spray with
gloss. If you would desire a larger curl, use your medium coiling or curling iron and you will discover; your hair staying in this
forever style. Once you have your permanent in your hair, the selection of hairstyles begins to increase into an index of various
options. Everything will depend upon the size of your curling iron or rollers that you will use. As is custom, be sure and use plenty
of conditioners after every chemical service. Normally, you wait for at least three days after your perm to wash your hair. If you
wash before this time, your curls could relax or undo the process of the perm, depending upon the texture of your hair. Thin fine hair
should avoid hot steamy showers in the beginning. I have seen clients get a perm and get a hot steamy shower only to see their once
curly hair relax down to where it once was before they walked into the salon. Ask your professional questions and follow their advice
to avoid such problems, and don't be afraid to try something new.