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Unit 209 the Art of Dressing Hair

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Hannah Ratcliffe

on 3 November 2015

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Transcript of Unit 209 the Art of Dressing Hair

Preparing your client for blow drying
Styling products
Plaiting
Directional set
Straight, Smooth Blow dry
Finger dry
Brickwork set
Smooth with volume mid length
Waves
Diffuse dry- curly hair
Bouncy blow-dry
(Chelsea blow-dry/ Hollywood blow-dry)
One thing you have learned
One thing you did well
SMART Target
What styling, finishing products and heated equipment did you use?
How did you find them?
Evaluate
Unit 209 the Art of Dressing Hair
Video
When you enter the salon prepare your work area by laying out all your equipment on top of a t on the trolley provided
Ensure that all your equipment is c
and has been s
Check for any h please give an example:
Ensure that your w a is clean
Styling products will allow the style to last by preventing any moisture from the atmosphere changing the shape of the hair
as soon as the hair comes into contact with moisture it will start to drop
They will also protect the hair from heat when styling
Using styling products will allow the style to last longer
Choose the correct styling product for your client:
What look would they like you to create?
Volume
Smoothness
Waves or curls
How long does the style need to last?
What is their hair type?

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Perform a Straight Blow dry
1. Identify responsibilities to maintain safe and hygienic working methods when styling and dressing hair.

2. Select tools, equipment and products needed for a straight blow-dry.

3. Perform a blow-dry technique following correct health and safety procedures.

4. Evaluate own skills in performance of a straight blow-dry.

Nozzle – helps to smooth the hair


Paddle brush- to smooth very long hair.

Straighteners - can be used as a finishing tool
Denman Brush – ideal for bobs to create a smooth finish and a slight curve

Vent Brush – produces a soft effect, good for a casual look

Circular brushes- good to produce a
curled effect and volume. Large brushes
are to be used on longer hair. Smaller
ones are ideal for shorter.

Blow drying tools
Applied to wet hair
Finishing products
Applied
to dry hair
Straight blowdry
Heated styling equipment
Videos
Video
Videos
Video
Video
Vertical and horizontal roll


1. Identify factors that would limit or affect the service

2. State how humidity affects hair

3. Select tools, equipment and products needed for a curly blow-dry.

4. Perform a curly blow dry technique following correct health and safety procedures.

4. Evaluate own skills in performance of a curly blow-dry.
Demonstrate a Professional Chelsea Blow Wave

What is the hair made of?
The hair is made from polypeptide chains – a keratinised protein.
There are millions of these in every strand of hair.

They are held together by two different bonds.
Let’s look at it in more detail….
The hair....
Blow drying and its effects

The structure of the hair
Keratin
Blow drying and its effects
Before the hair is shampooed, the Hydrogen bonds hold the polypeptide chains together. Hair in its natural state is called Alpha Keratin
Alpha Keratin
Once the hair has been shampooed, many of the Hydrogen bonds are broken. This allows the hair to be stretched around a roller or brush.
Adding water....
Once the hair has been stretched, fully dried and allowed to cool into the new shape, the hair is said to be in Beta Keratin. In this state the Hydrogen bonds are reformed.
Beta Keratin
Curly hair (beta keratin)
Naturally straight hair (alpha keratin)
Straight hair (beta keratin)
Naturally curly hair (alpha keratin)
Naturally straight hair becomes curly, changing alpha to beta keratin
Naturally curly hair becomes straight, changing alpha to beta keratin
Setting the hair in pin curls or rollers whilst the hair is still hot from blowdrying allows the hair to cool down in the new shape and keeps the curl in longer
1. State how humidity affects the hair

2. Select tools, equipment and products needed for a diffuse dry

3. Identify factors that would limit or affect the service

3. Perform a blow-dry technique following correct health and safety procedures.

4. Evaluate own skills in performance of a diffuse dry.
Today we will...
The bigger the brush/roller
/pincurl the less curl and
more volume you create....
the opposite is also true
Rollers
for the
size of
the curl
Pin curls
barrel
flat
On base
off base
1. Explain the difference between flat and barrel pin curls

2. Select tools, equipment and products needed for a brickwork set

3. Identify factors that would limit or affect the service

3. Perform a brickwork set following correct health and safety procedures.

4. Evaluate own skills in performance of a brickwork set.
Demonstrate a brickwork set
Volume
No volume
1. Sate how to secure the hair effectively

2. Select tools, equipment and products needed for a plaited, twisted and rolled look.

3. Identify factors that would limit or affect the service

3. Perform a plaited, twisted and rolled look following correct health and safety procedures.

4. Evaluate own skills in performance of plaiting, twisting and rolling.
Demonstrate a hair up technique
1. Sate the difference in effect between a brickwork and directional set

2. Select tools, equipment and products needed for a directional set.

3. Identify factors that would limit or affect the service

3. Perform a directional set following correct health and safety procedures.

4. Evaluate own skills in performance of a directional set
Demonstrate a directional set


2. Select tools, equipment and products needed for a rolled look.

3. Identify factors that would limit or affect the service

3. Perform a rolled look following correct health and safety procedures.

4. Evaluate own skills in performance of a rolled look.
Demonstrate a hair up technique
Hair bands
Hairspray to smooth
Fishtail braid
Pins to finish
Grips to secure
French Plait
Backcombing
What must we check for?
Infections and infestations
Hair type- this will influence your choice of styling products
Critical influencing factors – head and face shape or hair growth patterns
How is the client currently wearing their hair?
What is the natural movement of the hair


Consultation

Before the service
What styling products do you normally use?
How would you like your hair to be blow dried
Is it for an occasion
How long would you like it to last for?
Do you struggle styling any parts of the hair?

During the service
Is the heat comfortable for you
Are you happy with the finished result


Consultation
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