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Are Perms Coming Back this year?

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Perms were a major trend back in the '80s. Extra volume, tight waves, curly bangs, and tons of hairspray were all the rage back then. Basically, bigger was always better when it came to perms!

Perms were a major trend back in the '80s. Extra volume, tight waves, curly bangs, and tons of hairspray were all the rage back then. Basically, bigger was always better when it came to perms!

I thought this hair trend was gone for good, but it seems that the perm is making its comeback!

Before you run out and stock up on excessive amounts of hairspray, you should know that while perms are coming back, they're coming back with a modern twist.

Today's perm is much more subtle than it was back in the '80s. The style is actually going to more closely resemble beach waves! The end result is a more relaxed, natural looking curl that lasts three to five months.

The look can also be customized for each individual, so you can curls perfectly suited for you. It is all about embracing the trend how you want to. Whether that means wavy hair or tight curls like the ones who came before us, it's all up to you!

Natural hair is always in season. But, this new perm trend is the perfect way to experiment with your natural style and save your hair from damage all at the same time! You get to make your own rules — as it should be.

This trend is much more than just a way to look good, though. It's all about gaining confidence in your natural hair, which we can totally get behind!

When it comes to this trend though, it can be hard to find a stylist that is going to give you Victoria's Secret model worthy waves. Canadian schools don't teach the perm technique anymore, so only the real OGs have the ability to give you the curls you're after.

Luckily, we have the talent in our salons - so book your appointment today for flawless waves that will last you all summer!



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