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The first outbreak of permed hair in Scotland (and I think outbreak is an appropriate choice of expression) probably occurred just before the 1978 World Cup and, even as a youngster, I remember feeling sorry for the Scotland hero who went on to light up the tournament in Argentina.
In the 1980s the worst excesses of permed hair came into fashion with the big, tightly coiled, "bubble perm".
I think people are moving towards fuller, but not permed, hair - lots of teasing and back-combing to exaggerate the hair without actually perming it.
Today, we want the natural look and that means looking after your permed hair with the right products to keep the curl.
After-care has also improved hugely, so there's no reason why permed hair can't be in great condition.