Chapter 18 ; chemical Texture Services

Helpfulness: 0
Set Details Share
created 6 years ago by Raenelle
32 views
updated 6 years ago by Raenelle
show moreless
Page to share:
Embed this setcancel
COPY
code changes based on your size selection
Size:
X
Show:
1

Client Consultation

...

2

Client Records

...

3

Client Release Form

...

4

Scalp Analysis

...

5

Hair Texture

* sinlge strand
- coarse : required more processing time ' more resistant throught application.
- medium : considered normal ' no special problems or concerns
- fine : more fragile, wasier to process, susceptible to damage, processes faster, gently treated.
* feel a sinlge dry strand between the fingers.

6

Hair Analysis

...

7

Hair Density

number of hairs per square inch
- fine
- medium
-thick
** make subsections thinner

8

Hair Porosity

Ability of the hair to absorb moisture related to condition of the cuticle.
Add very resistant
- resistant: tight, compact cuticle, resists penetration, more alkaline texturizer, throught and careful application
- poruse hair: raised cuticle, easiy absorbs moisture, less alkaline soultion

9

Hair Elasticity

...

10

Direction Of Hair Growth

...

11

Permanant Waving

*first perm recorded 4000 b.c
First recorded perm given
- Wrapped over crudely made wooden rollers
- Mixture of soil and water
- Baked in the sun all day

12

Texture Services

- Permanent waving
- Relaxing
- Curl reforming (soft curl permanents)
- Keratin Treatments

13

The Cuticle

- Tough exterior layer
- Protects the hair from dsnsge
- Chemicals must penetrate cuticle into cortex

14

Chemical Textures

raise the pH to softenand swell the hair
- lifts the cuticle
- allows solution to reach the cortex
* coarse, resistant hair requires a highly alkaline chemical solution
* porousdamages or chemically treated hair requires a les alkaline solution

15

Keratin Protein

* long chains of amino acids linked together end to end
- Chemical bonds linking amino acids together
* peptide bonds
*end bonds

16

polypeptide Chains

long chains of amino acids

17

Side Bonds

* Cortex Is Made Up Of Milliions Of Polypeptide Chains
- Elasticity And Strength
Disulfide Bonds - Chemicals
Salt Bonds - Water
Hydrogen Bonds - Water

18

Metallic Salts

Home hair coloring


Related pages


pyruvate dehydrogenase reactionthe water vascular system of echinodermsmrna to trna examplewhich tissues have little to no functional regenerative capacityoblique cutswhen a skeletal muscle fiber contractsskeletal cartilagedoes monera have a nucleustypes of movement at synovial jointsdiagnostic imaging glasgowstrong acid weak acidwhat is the overall function of the calvin cyclecnidaria pictureshow do prions differ from virusespsis spinethe major muscleslilium ovaryph3 polarvilli functionachondroplasia pedigree chartelectrolyte and acid base balancewhat does excess postexercise oxygen consumption representwhat is the choroidmacbeth rapenatural penicillin alternativedefine pelvic cavitychromosomes stop moving toward the poleselectron micrograph of animal celllist of fifty states and capitalsdoes a kangaroo have canine teethabiotic factors of savannalimbic system factsrenal blood vesselsintegumentary system termssort each description by the type of rna it describesmedical terminology liverst augustine apushhuman sperm cells ________ than egg cellscephalic region of the bodybiology concepts and connections test bankbacteria and archaea differ inwhich blood vessel carries blood to the lungsregulatory proteins bind to _____book thief characterswhich best describes food when it reaches the stomachhow many molecules of carbon dioxide enter one calvin cyclemedulla oblongata and ponssheep heart dissection lab anatomy and physiologywhat microscope uses visible lightcentrioles and centromeresmicrobiology with diseases by taxonomy bauman pdfldls contain _______special senses hearing and equilibriumradreviewbreakdown of carbohydrates in the digestive systemcitric acid cycle and oxidative phosphorylationbeginning medical terminologythe giver chapter 9what is the difference between arteries veins and capillariesmid to late diastolevesicular breath sounds locationwhich of the following is correct about a muscle contractionpainful or difficult urination is calledhaustra colisore throat pathophysiologytransport mechanisms across the cell membranethe presence of free oxygen in the atmosphereeasy aslsomatic reflex arcintegumentary system activitieswhat does the krebs cycle start withgallbladder role in digestionspecial feature present on the transverse process of cervical vertebrae