Earn 10 hours CPD for each completed course
Charmaine Piche and Tracey Sajno present a series of hairdressing training videos on training heads in this online hairdressing course, demonstrating a variety of perm techniques and winding patterns to take your perming skills to the next level. Perms can be wound in many ways to achieve a variety of outcomes. Considerations are root lift, sectioning, tension, roller size, direction and whether they are wound on or off the base. During the consultation establish the required curl, hair condition, density, texture, length, hair cut, existing curl. This intermediate course is perfect for colour technicians or hairdressers who want to increase their knowledge and choice when chemical texturizing hair. On completion you can download, print and share an exclusive City & Guilds CPD Certificate of Recognition.
Charmaine Piche’s first perming tutorial teaches the basics of a piggyback perm. A piggyback wind is ideal for short and long hair. The perm is wound on alternate sized rods to create different types of movement at the root, texture and tightness of curl. The final result is an even, supporting underneath curl, with unique curls through the top sections for varied root movement, volume and texture.
Charmaine Piche’s second tutorial in the perming course covers the basics of a spiral perm for long hair. Spiral winds create an even curl from root to point and can be wound using spiral rods, traditional rods, bendies or chopsticks. Spiral perms are generally wound from the nape to front and Charmaine teaches you the key considerations and points that must be considered during this classic perming technique.
In lesson 3 Charmaine Piche shows you how to perform the basics of a weave perm. Weave winds are suitable for fine hair to give volume and texture and can be performed on any length of hair. The volume and texture is created by not perming the weaved out areas of the wind. The final result is loose, multi-textured dishevelled and elegant curls supported by a brickwork perm underneath.
Charmaine Piche’s fourth perm tutorial covers the basics of a root lift perm. The root lift wind is designed to give volume to flat or fine hair and is performed using large rollers at the root. It is generally used in isolated areas. In this perming video Charmaine works on a disconnected shape to create volume through the upper sections. In the final result, volume has been created to support this short asymmetric haircut with longer disconnected length for added movement and volume.
Tracey Sajno’s perm tutorial teaches the basics of a hopscotch perm. The hopscotch wind is used to create a variety of curls or a very textured style. The curls are wound in different directions leaving out fine sections of hair between each roller. These fine sections are then wound over the top of the other rollers in another direction. The final result is a multi-textured loopy finish to enhance the graduation and create movement.