Aaron Yoo Hair Salon
2/F Ace Hotel & Suites, United St. cor. Brixton St., Pasig, Metro Manila
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For a long time, I've been thinking of getting my hair digi-permed but I just couldn't decide where and when to do so.
Some of the reasons that hinder me to give it a try include reading articles that detail the bad effects after getting your hair digi-permed -- dry, frizzy, or the worst is that it will only last for a few days which means that what you'll pay for (to look like Barbie/a Koreana/Maria Mercedes ) will only last for a very limited time.
Well, it's actually not about looking like someone else but of course it better be worth it, right?
So much my reasoning lah ! Okay, so moving on..
It just so happened that I was browsing through an online deal site and saw this promo, where I get to choose between milk rebond/Korean digi-perm + perks*. Of course I've chosen the latter since I had already tried hair rebonding a few years back; the exact date was 2/20/2011 (glad I still remember ). Kinda silly because I purchased the deal even if I'm not sure if it will look good on me. "Just try it," I told myself.
The exact date when I had my hair digi-permed was 9/28/2013. Before anything else, I went through scalp diagnosis (checks the scalp's condition then they'll recommend treatment/s if needed) done by a hair expert using a tool which can see through your scalp very, very, very clearly. As in, very up close. Luckily, I was informed that mine was healthy and digi-perm will work well on my hair type.
Now I'll try as much as possible to remember the steps of the entire procedure:
1) *Haircut -- trim only
2) Washed hair -- initial
3) Applied 1st solution into hair then rolled sectioned hair into multiple sized 16 & 22 rods
4) Connected the rods into the machine, then heated for 8 mins.
5) Checked if solution has taken effect (In my case, they've extended it for 5 more mins.)
6) Applied 2nd solution (neutralizer) then let it stand for 10 mins.
7) Washed hair -- final
8) Blow dried hair then applied hair products for curly hair
Afterwards, they also gave me tips on how to properly care my now-curly hair . Yet the most important thing to remember is not to wash your hair for at least 2 days after getting a digi-perm.. else, the curls won't last very long.
Overall, it was a great experience!
Now I worry less about styling my hair everyday because it's already curly and I just like how it looks as is. I just make sure to apply hair lotion/argan oil/mousse (alternately) after I towel dry my hair.
Curiosity turned into reality. Now you can call me Gianne Co-lot.. Lol
P.S. The picture shows how my hair looks exactly after 57 days!
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