1 UNIT 103 Consultation sheet Task C STYLING WOMENS HAIRUNIT 103Consultation sheetTask C
2 Connect Activity Bingo choose 6 word write theme on your board On base Off base MousseHairdryer Setting pins RollersStraighteners Heated rollers Tail combElasticity Porosity PPE Pin curlFinger waves Curling tongsBarrel curls
4 Factors that could influence your choice of styling technique There are many different factors that you need to take into consideration when you are deciding the technique you are going to choose to achieve the look the client requires.Face and head shape, life style, hair texture, hair density, hair elasticity, hair condition, hair length, hair growth patters, hair texture
5 Head and face shape Oval shape This shape is the perfect shape for any style. You can add height and width, soft curls, straight and smooth.
6 Task 1You are to research and produce a document showing the different head and face shapes. Oval, square, oblong, heart, round.You are to show images and a description of what style would best suit the face shape.
7 Task 2Work in pairs to deliver a power point to the class about the following listed below. You will need to researchCreate hand-outs with your information on. Key points for hand-outs, images, information, interestingHair textureLife style and how it can affect the choice of styleHair densityHair elasticityHow do these influence the choice of style
8 Hair Conditions Task 3You are to research the different hair types. Display your research in a tableNormalGreasyDryDandruffDamagedHair typeHow you recognise itEffect on the styling service
9 Hair LengthThe length of the hair can affect your choice of style and styling technique.The longer the hair the more work it will need to keep it looking nice.It will also take longer to dry so extra time may be needed.Very short hair will limit your choice of style. There may not be enough hair to do what the client would like.Long hair is heavier so the weight may cause the curl to drop sooner than it would with short hair.
10 Anagen, catagen, telogeon The three stages in the hair growth cycleAnagen - Active or growing stage lasts for 18 month to 7 years.Catagen – Breaking down stage- lasts about two weeksTelogen – Resting stage lasts about a month.
11 Hair growthHair grows on average 1.25 cm equal to ½ inch a month. Some peoples hair grows more each month than the average and some grows less a month. Some people can grow their hair very long while others cannot. How long the hair grows is decided by how much it grows a month and its life cycle.
12 Hair growth cycle Task 4 In a small groups Determine what hair condition each member of the group has.Measure and record the length of each others hair. Make a note of whether the hair is fine, medium or coarse. After a month, measure the hair again and calculate how much it has grown.Did the fine hair grow more or less than the coarse hair??
13 Adverse skin, scalp and hair conditions Contra indications – this is a reason why you may not be able to carry out a service or adapt a service.Any diseases or condition of the hair can affect your choice of styling technique and the style you decide to do.If you spot anything you are unsure of then you should seek advice form a senior colleague.If you are unable to give a service then an explanation may be required so the client understands why.
14 Hair skin and scalp conditions Task 5 Research skin and scalp conditions show your findings on a tableConditionHow to recognise itThe effect on the styling service
15 Hair Growth Patterns task 6 What is a hair growth pattern?This is when the hair grows in places in a particularDirection or directions. This may affect how the hair is styled.Cow lickNape whorlDouble crownWidows peak
16 Recall and ReviewWipe board list 6 factors that would have to be taken into consideration when styling hair