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©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Records/Liability Cosmetology
©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial EducationCosmetology I: Records/Liability2 Damaged Hair
©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial EducationCosmetology I: Records/Liability3 Client Consultation c.What is your hair care budget? d.Is there someone who assists in your decision-making? Make suggestions Basic rules for Color Selection a.Make sure client’s hair is clean and dry b.Analyze present level of color c.Determine natural level in the nape at the scalp d.Note texture, density, condition and porosity of hair e.Determine the end result f.Know the properties of the product you are using g.Is gray coverage required? Examine Hair & Scalp Time and Monetary Investment discussed Greet the client warmly. Escort the client to the consultation room. Observe a.Color level (natural category) b.Color tone c.Eye color (natural or enhanced) d.Skin tone e.Length f.Porosity g.Density h.Texture i.Form j.Percentage of unpigmented hair Reflective listening Client Expectations & Limitations Client’s Lifestyle a. Do you consider yourself dramatic or conservative? b. Are you working in a professional atmosphere?
©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial EducationCosmetology I: Records/Liability4 Hair & Scalp Analysis Steps Drape client towel cape. Brush hair in sections while checking the scalp and record any unusual findings. Look at the hair and record any unusual findings. Touch the hair and record any unusual findings. Listen to the client for any unusual problems and record any unusual findings.
©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial EducationCosmetology I: Records/Liability5 Hair & Scalp Analysis con’t. Smell the hair and record any unusual findings. Determine texture. Determine feel of the hair. Determine porosity and record any unusual findings. Determine elasticity both wet and dry
©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial EducationCosmetology I: Records/Liability6 Liability Release Form HOLD-HARMLESS AGREEMENT IMPORTANT: READ BEFORE SIGNING AGREEMENT AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY I,_________________________________, understand that (name of patron) _________________________________ (name of salon) has advised me that the service I have requested may cause chemical damage to my hair. I AGREE TO ASSUME THE RISK OF ANY INJURY OR DAMAGE THAT I MIGHT SUFFER because of such negligence or carelessness and I AGREE TO GIVE UP MY RIGHT TO SUE THE OPERATOR, THE SALON and any other personnel for any such injury or damage. I have carefully read this agreement. I FULLY UNDERSTAND THAT IT IS A RELEASE OF LIABILITY and I sign this of my own free will. _______________________ (date) _____________________________ (name of patron) ________________________ (witness)
©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial EducationCosmetology I: Records/Liability7 Client Record Card HAIR TINT RECORD Name______________________________________ Tel.(____)-_____________ Address_______________________________ City____________ Zip_________ Pre-Disposition Test: Date_______________ Negative Positive DESCRIPTION OF HAIR FormLengthTexture Porosity straight short coarse very porous resistant medium soft PW wavymediumsilkymoderately porous curlylongfinenormal very resistant wiry Condition: dry oily faded virgin streaked tinted lightened toner Previously tinted with______________________________________________ original sample of hair enclosed not enclosed CORRECTIVE TREATMENTS color filler protein filler conditioner HAIR TINTING PROCESS Whole head________ Retouch________inches Softened with____________ Shade desired_________________ Color___________________ Mix Ratio__________________ Developer_____________________ Results: good poor too light too dark streaked Date Operator ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________
©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology Chemical Hair Relaxing and Soft Curl Permanent: Sodium Hydroxide Retouch.
©2004 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology Unit Subtitle: Service Preparation.
©2004 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology Mock Virgin Tint (To Darken) Application.
Special Problems Haircolor and corrective coloring.
Haircoloring Special Effects Miladys Standard Cosmetology Cosmetology:
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The Official Guide to Hairdressing and Barbering Level 2 NVQ, , © Cengage Learning 2013 Preparation and consultation Chapter 16, Colouring.
©2004 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology State Board Shampoo.
Haircoloring Procedures Miladys Standard Cosmetology Cosmetology:
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Thermal Hair Straightening. Pressing Temporarily Straightens curl or unruly hair by means of a heated iron or comb Generally lasts until shampooed Press.
©2004 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology Mock Bleach Retouch Application.
©2007 Thomson Delmar Learning. All Rights Reserved Permanent Waving Cosmetology: Milady Standard Cosmetology.
©2004 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology Unit Subtitle: Combout.
Introduction to Color Applications and Theory Elton Robinson April 24, Distance Learning Dr. Javeri.
Beauty Image. learning objectives After this training, you will be able to: Perform the Botanical Therapy scalp and hair treatments Use the Botanical.
Color Correction Solutions. Formulating for Gray Coverage Gray hair no longer produces color pigment, which causes the hair to be white. The hair appears.
Haircoloring Color Theory Cosmetology: Milady Standard Cosmetology ©2007 Thomson Delmar Learning. All Rights Reserved.
©2004 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology State Board Facials.
Colour correction Emotions 0 Disown client 0 Pressure 0 Confusion 0 Where do you start Break it down 0 Write it down 0 Plan.
©2004 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology Unit Subtitle: Permanent Wave Sectioning.
©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology Levels and Tones of Hair Color.
Chapter 8 Hair Analysis Hair analysis is performed by observation, uses the senses of sight, touch, hearing and smell. The four most important factors.
Natural Hair Natural hair is composed of 3 yellow 2 red 1 blue.
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The Official Guide to Hairdressing and Barbering Level 2 NVQ, , © Cengage Learning 2013 Consultation and Advice 2 Chapter 6, Consultation.
Haircolor vs Hair Color Chapter 19. A hair colorist needs to become an expert in: ______________ natural hair color _____________ or ______________ gray.
©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology Basic Manicure Procedure.
Types of Tests. Skin Test Purpose of test To test for allergy to colour products.
THE CONSULTATION HAIR, SCALP & CONSULTATION. CONSULTATION FACTORS TO CONSIDER Consultation is the key to success. Communicate with your client, discuss.
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©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology Hair Types.
©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology Hair Fusion Techniques.
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©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 The Level System Levels / Tones of Hair Color.
SALON CARE BEFORE SHAMPOOING Dry, Dehydrated hair Excessive shedding of the hair Thinning of the hair Dry, tight scalp Oily scalp Abnormal.
Art I. Elements of Art Color Color is the most expressive element of art and is seen by the way light reflects off a surface.
H1 Shampoo and Condition Hair. Contents Health and Safety Client Preparation Hair and Scalp Anaylsis Shampoo Types Shampooing Procedure Massage Techniques.
Uniform Layered Haircut. Uniform Layered 90- Degree Haircut The layered haircut is created with uniform layers. All the hair is elevated to 90 degrees.
©2003 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 The Nail and its Disorders: Nail Diseases, Disorders, and Conditions Cosmetology.
Shampooing, Rinsing, and Conditioning Miladys Standard Cosmetology Cosmetology:
©2004 Texas Trade and Industrial Education1 Cosmetology Unit Subtitle: 90° Haircut.
Haircolor vs Hair Color Chapter 19. A hair colorist needs to become an expert in: Enhancing natural hair color Blending or covering gray Lightening natural.
Understanding Fillers. Color Fillers Color Fillers- Color pigment concentrate (pure color) without mixing with developer. Why use it? 1. Recommended when.
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