- PermpermedPermiyenpermasoch o'rasizmi
Noun(1) a city in the European part of Russia(2) a series of waves in the hair made by applying heat and chemicals
Verb(1) give a permanent wave to
(1) I got a hair cut, and a perm so I looked very cute I must admit!(2) It's fine to use hair colourants and perm lotions on your hair, although you may find the results are unpredictable.(3) An intense woman with a tight perm rises to pay her bill and notices an acquaintance sitting alone.(4) She said this type - a rinse - leaves hair shiny while a permanent color will dull my hair because of the perm .(5) a full perm of 8 from 11(6) a perm solution(7) one of the teams was to perm any 11 from 20(8) Sure, people still perm their hair, it's just that the style of perm has changed.(9) Next, a neutralizing agent is applied and you have a final rinse, then a shampoo, condition and style; it's a bit like a reverse perm .(10) Keep in mind that no amount of moisturizing will completely restore perm-damaged hair because your hair's physical structure has been rearranged by the perm solution.(11) If you frequent pools and are already exposing your hair to chlorine, it would be a good idea to wait until autumn before getting a chemical colour or perm .(12) Don't bleach, color or perm your hair - this can weaken it.(13) My mother had also given me a perm , so my hair would be easier to work with.(14) Whoever told me I ought to get a perm was really very wrong indeed.(15) I had a perm on Friday(16) Sporting a bright blond perm and a rather constricted face, she's rather grating and uncomfortable to watch.
(1) perm :: Perm
1. permanent wave ::
2. permanent ::
Different Formsperm, permed, permian, perming, perms
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