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111 Task C Colouring hair using temporary colour
Connect Activity Connect from previous session
Aims and outcomes The aim is to introduce the learner to the consultation processes and the factors that could influence the choice of colours. The outcome is the learners understand the importance of a consultation and factors that can influence the choice of products to be used.
Consultation sheet A consultation sheet must be filled out before any hairdressing service. The consultation process is very important You must record the clients name and reference number.
Factors that could influence the choice of colouring products and methods of application Allergic reactions Check hair and scalp for any cuts abrasions Skin tests Elasticity test Infections or infestations Desired look, slices, weaves, full head, partial head Natural hair condition
Hair Type :- curly, wavy, straight Tools and equipment :- combs, brushes, sponge, colour bowl Products used :- mousse, colour paint, sprays, chalks, mascaras, water rinses Method and technique :- scrunching, shoeshine, combing, stencilling.
Recall and review Name two hair types Name one infestation Name one infection Describe how to do a elasticity test