Digital Perm

What is Digital Perms?

Digital perms are popular in Korea, Japan, and other Asia Countries. It is also widely used in areas where there is a high Asian population. Digital perms are using specialized power rod that conduct heat for winding the hair and it is temperature regulated by a digital machine.

Proudly Own:

At BEN Beauty Salon, we possessed the most high-end professional perm machine along with the perm treatment products line from Korea which enables the stylists to create many different beautiful curl styles.  The digital machine came with individual sensor of rod for temperature control including ocher-treated rod emits the far-infrared rays that protect hair from damage. Our perm machine had built in Anion Emission which protects hair and purity the environment; it removes chemical odors, arrange cuticle scales, and prevent hygiene problems.

Our stylists trained with top Korean digital perm instruction master from Korea – JJ Lee.


Different between traditional perm and digital perm:

The biggest difference between traditional perms and a digital perm is the shape and the texture of the wave created by the digital process.

A traditional perm or “cold perm,” makes the wave most prominent when the hair is wet, and loose when it is dry. The hair tends to look moist and as locks.

A digital perm makes the wave most prominent when the hair is dried and loose when it is wet. Therefore you can create the dry and curly look of the curl iron or the hot curler.

Digital perms thermally recondition the hair though the processes. The hair often feels softer, smoother, and shinier, and longer lasting after a digital perm.



Digital perm is usually more expensive than a cold perm.  Contact salon for consultation and pricing.



Digital perm usually takes longer than a cold perm.  A minimum of 3 hours or more for perming using digital perm processes.  Final timing is depending on hair length, damage levels, and hair density.