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Ask Name Client’s occupation How hair is worn normally Observe Body type Mix of Classic Body Types Weight Height
Heart Diamond Square Oblong Round Triangular Oval
Face profile Concave Convex Straight
Hair types Texture Density Elasticity Porosity Length Hair/Scalp Dry, Normal Oily Wave patterns Growth directions Hair streams Whorls Cowlicks
Hair Parts Side Middle Diagonal Zig zag Fringe area (bangs) Length Depth Area
Natural Level and tone Artificial Brand Chemicals Base color Base color of hair Level and tone High and low lighting Special effects color Line of demarcation Color correction
Bases Neutral Ash Gold Red Levels Level 1 – 10 High lift - 12
Skin Condition Oily Dry – alipidic Normal Combo Acne Makeup How much Tones Effects hair style choices Effects hair color choices
Scabies Pediculosis capitis
Pityriasis Capitis Steatoides
Canities Congenital Acquired Ringed
Pigmentations – Vitiligo Psoriasis
Ringworm tinea capitis favosa
Alopecia Areata Androgenic Postpartum
Abrasions Diseases Inflammations Hypertrophies – Keratoma Dermatitis Cancers Basil Squamous Melanoma
Primary – active condition Papulel Secondary left over after primary are gone Excoriation – abrasions from scratching Gland disorders Sebaceous gland – (oil) Asteatosis Suderiferous gland – (sweat ) Miliaria Rubra
Christy Mays Cosmetology Instructor Aveda concept salon 4 yrs Aveda instructor 2 yrs CCCTC 7 yrs Renee Smith Manager Sally’s Beauty Supply
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Copyright 2013 © WSCAP Washington State Apprentice Program COMMUNICATING FOR SUCCESS 1.4 COMMUNICATING FOR SUCCESS 1.4 COMMUNICATING FOR SUCCESS 1.4 COMMUNICATING.
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Chapter 11 Properties of the Hair & Scalp Identify and distinguish the different structures of the hair root. Point out and differentiate the differences.
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Principles of Hair Design Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Cosmetology: ©2007 Thomson Delmar Learning. All Rights Reserved.
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© 2012 Milady, a part of Cengage Learning Milady Standard Cosmetology Skin Disorders and Diseases.
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7:3 Integumentary System The name for the skin and its structures is the ____________________________________ Skin is called a _______________________.
DISEASE AND DISORDERS. Usually caused by a stressor Stressor: ANY disruption in homeostasis.
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The Integumentary System The skin is the body’s largest organ Each square inch of human skin consists of twenty feet of blood vessels.
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