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Shampoo and conditioning

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Transcript of Shampoo and conditioning

Practical
Shampoo and conditioning
State the different massage movements during conditioning.
Explain how heat effects the conditioning process.
Demonstrate how to carry out a shampoo and conditioning treatment on the hair.

Aim for Today: to perform a shampoo, conditioning treatment and blowdry

Demonstrate how to shampoo and condition the hair

Identify and describe the different hair conditions
Identify the factors that will effect the service
Demonstrate the different massage movements during shampoo and conditioning

By the end of today you will be able to:


For this unit you are required to:
You will be observed on at least 3 Occasions
This includes:

A shampoo and condition on normal hair
A shampoo and condition on product build up or oily scalp
A conditioning treatment

Assessments 204

Shampoo Demonstration

Write down the different hair conditions that you need to take into consideration before shampoo and conditioning.

Extension activity- can you state the different scalp conditions?

Starter activity

Chemically damaged hair

Heat damaged hair

Environmentally damaged hair

Product build up


Hair conditions
When is dandruff not dandruff?
Oily

Dry

Dandruff


Scalp conditions
Choosing the correct shampoo and conditioner


Normal hair

Dry hair

Oily hair
Fine hair

Medicated

Psoriasis

Sensitive scalp
Protein based
Clarifying
PH balanced

Hair in good condition , smooth, shiny

From root to point
How does the cuticle lie?
Harsh chemical treatments
Heated appliances
What can cause the hair to become like this?

Cuticle in bad condition
Set up your sections

How do we do it?
http://www.mhdacademy.com/hairdressing-vrq-level/2/unit/204/vrq2-204-shampoo-condition#.VBwx8pRdWSo
Consultation
Finding out factors about the
Hair
Scalp
Client lifestyle
Service Requirements

Will help us decide:
What to do
how to do it
What to use
Use the consultation sheet to consult with your client
What are you going to do?
How are you going to do it?
What are you going to use?
Cortex
Lies underneath the cuticle. All changes take place within the cortex.
The basic hair structure
Cuticle
This is the outer layer of the hair and its job is to protect the rest of the hair
Medulla
This is found in the centre of the hair shaft, it has no known function and is not always present.
Porosity test
checks the condition of the?
Cuticle
Elasticity test checks the condition of the?
Cortex
Texture
One hair:
fine
medium
thick
Density
Altogether
sparse, medium, dense
This movement should only be used on shorter hair
Small round circular movements
Stimulates scalp
Removes dirt and grease
Massage movements
Slow stroking movement
spreads the shampoo
and relaxes client
Deep needing movement, stimulates the scalp
Petrissage
Effleurage
Rotary
Friction
Match up your cards
Work in your pairs to shampoo and condition
How are they doing?
What can they do to improve?
Extension activity:
quadrant sectioning
one thing you have learned

one thing you enjoyed

one thing you need to improve on
Name the 4 hair conditions
Name the 3 scalp conditions

Lies underneath the cuticle. All changes take place here
A Cuticle
B Cortex
C Medulla

This is found in the centre of the hair shaft, it has no known function and is not always present.
A Cuticle
B Cortex
C Medulla
This is the outer layer of the hair and its job is to protect the rest of the hair
A Cuticle
B Cortex
C Medulla
This movement should only be used on shorter hair
A Effleurage
B Petrissage
C Rotary
D Friction
Small round circular movements
Stimulates scalp
Removes dirt and grease
A Effleurage
B Petrissage
C Rotary
D Friction
Slow stroking movement
spreads the shampoo
and relaxes client
A Effleurage
B Petrissage
C Rotary
D Friction
Elasticity test checks the condition of the?
A Cuticle
B Cortex
C Medulla
Porosity test
checks the condition of the?
A Cuticle
B Cortex
C Medulla
One hair:
fine medium thick
A Texture
B Density
C Hair Type
D Hair condition
Altogether
sparse, medium, dense
A Texture
B Density
C Hair Type
D Hair condition

This is a deep kneading movement
It stimulates the blood supply and sebum
It removes tension from the muscles and relaxes the client
Petrissage
A Porosity
B Density
C Texture
D Elasticity
A Porosity
B Density
C Texture
D Elasticity
A Porosity
B Density
C Texture
D Elasticity
Conditioning treatment Demonstration

Heat opens up the hair cuticle allowing the conditioner to penetrate into the hair
Moist heat is kinder to the hair

Tasks
Peer assess each others shampoo techniques
Set up for conditioning treatment
Quadrant sectioning
Smooth blow-dry
Experiment with styling
Experiment with heated styling equipment
Experiment with finishing products

Group feedback
Peer support
Aim for Today: to self assess a shampoo, conditioning treatment and perform blowdry
Identify the process for shampoo and conditioning
Explain health and safety factors to consider
Self assess for a shampoo and conditioning service.

Group work
Perform a shampoo and conditioning service in pairs
Extension activity- curly blow dry with root volume
A conditioning treatment a chargeable
service, therefore it is best to apply the treatment at the section using quadrant sectioning and a bowl and brush. This enables the client to feel they are getting their moneys worth and ensure we apply the treatment to the places that need it. The aim is to treat the hair and relax the client.


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