When roller wrapping hair, it is important to part the hair into sections that are no wider than the roller itself. Keep the hair damp while roller wrapping it with help from a state-certified cosmetologist and hair stylist in this free video on hair care.
Promoted By Zergnet
Hi my name is Lisa. I'm a hair stylist in Wilmington, North Carolina and I'm going to talk about how to roller wrap hair for a perm. What I would do first is have a thorough consultation with my client and talk about what size diameter curl she wants to have at the end of her service and she can pick out which one based on what she is willing to deal with as far as curl. So my client has picked out a large roller which will produce a soft body wave type of curl. What you'll then do is you'll shampoo the hair with a clarifying shampoo and then you're going to suction it into a standard type of sectioning configuration which is generally five sections. So the client's hair will be damp for this and if it dries out before you get to the end of your wrap of the entire head you need to moisten it with a water bottle so keep it evenly moist that way when you start the process your hair will be damp and not dry in any one spot. So you take a quarter-inch section with the hair no wider than the width of your rod, your perm rod here so you take an end paper out to the end, make sure you have all these ends secure in there you don't want to have anything popping out and then using medium tension roll the hair to the scalp and secure. Tadah, and that is how you roller wrap hair for a perm.