What’s the Difference Between Wet and Dry Perms?

A digital perm is a model that combines two techniques already used in traditional perm, but with the added element of a digital control knob. It is a model of digital control that can be used to control the intensity and speed of hair straightening. They are very popular among stylists because they are easy to use and produce great results.

Digital perm models come in various shapes and sizes. Some are for thinning or even shortening of the hair, some are for hair that needs to be straightened, and others are for completely curly or frizzy hair that needs to be straightened. A digital perm is usually a mechanical perm that makes use of hot irons with a digital screen, thus the name. The mechanical process is quite the same as that of a regular perm, however.

The main difference is the way the hair is treated. The term “digital perm” is brandished by a Japanese firm, Palmore Co. These devices are very popular with hairdressers, as they offer more control than hot and cold perm designs, as well as being much faster than a straight perm. Many of these have digital displays and adjust automatically, which eliminates many mistakes that can occur when using cold or hot perms.

This is especially important for people who do not have time to spend on their hair, as they are unable to pay attention to each stage of the straightening process, and have to rely on their stylist to tell them what the results are. A digital perm (Asian perm) is the same as any other perm except for the type of chemical used to treat the hair. In other words, it’s still a perm, just with different chemicals.