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Byline: Camille Erika R. Sarte
THOSE INTERESTED in having springy, bouncy curls sans the daily use of curlers, setters, roller brushes, hair dryers, and tongs can try out a digital perm.
A perm or permanent wave is a process that usually uses chemicals to break and reform the bonds of the hair into a curl or wave. A digital perm uses a machine that involves hot rods and a temperature regulator on a digital display, hence the use of the word "digital" in its name. The treatment was pioneered by Japanese company Paimore Co., and has become a popular in-salon treatment in the last half decade.
The shape and texture of the digital perm's waves are quite different from the typical perm (also know as, the cold …