Hello again, and thanks for your reply with additional information.
Also, thanks for your patience, as we are in different time zones.
If your hairdresser advises you that your perm is the softest one available and it is not dangerous to your hair to have it redone about every two months, that should be fine.
If you keep your eyes protected with a towel during the application and washing out phases of your perm, preventing anything from dripping/splashing into your eyes by accident, that will a necessary precaution. However, as you know, the fumes from the perm are strong and may adversely affect your eye condition, so it might be advisable to wait until your eye shingles clear up, before perming again. If you find a nice (short?) style for your straight hair, which will be easy for you to maintain in the interim, wear it that way until it is safe for you to perm again, based on your physical condition.
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