3 Connect ActivitySee if you can match the hair condition with the correct shampooLemon dryCoconut normalNormal medicatedDry scalp oily
4 Aims and outcomesIntroduce the learners to the shampoo and conditioning processIntroduce the learners to the massage movementsIntroduce the learners to PPE Personal protective equipmentOutcomeLearners to create a chart showing the different massage movements for shampooing and conditioningLearners to describe the ppe required for the shampooing and conditioning service
5 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Your client must be correctly gowned and protected before shampooing starts.YOU MUST USEGownTowelPlastic cape
6 MASSAGE MOVEMENTS EFFLEURAGE Shampooing massage movementsHow is it performed?Slow, smoothing, stroking massage movements done with the palms of the hands during shampooing
7 MASSAGE MOVEMENTS ROTARY How is it performed?Small, firm, circular massage movements using the pads of the fingers.What is its function?To massage shampoo into the hair and scalp.To remove dirt, products and sebum.
8 Step 2Check the temperature of the water with the client and then apply the water.Thoroughly wet the hair and scalp, taking extra care around the hairline so that you don’t wet the client’s face. Turn off the water.
9 Step 1Turn on the taps and test the water temperature on the inside of your wrist before testing on the client’s scalp.
10 Step 3Dispense the correct amount of shampoo (about the size of a two-pence piece) into the palm of your hand and emulsify between both palms. Apply from hairline to nape of neck using effleurage massage technique.
11 Step 4Start rotary massage technique from front hairline to nape, around side hairlines and then through middle sections until the whole head has been covered. Repeat until the shampoo begins to lather.
12 Step 5Turn the water on and rinse thoroughly. Turn off the water. Repeat shampoo application and massage techniques. Turn the water on and rinse until all shampoo has been removed.
13 Step 6Turn off the water and gently squeeze hair to remove excess water. Use a towel around the shoulders to stop any drips from the hair entering the eyes or face. The hair is now ready for the next hairdressing service
14 NAME OF MASSAGEHOW TO DO THIS MASSAGEPERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT NEEDED
15 IN DIRECTED STUDY LESSON You must create a chart showingDifferent Massage movements, how to do themPersonal protective equipment requiredFor your client
16 Recall and Review Using the wipe board Name the massage movement used to spread shampooName the massage movement used to release dirt, products and greaseName the massage movement used to spread conditionerName the massage movement used to stimulate the scalp