1. the shampoo provides a good opportunity for the stylist to analyze the clients
    hair and scalp conditions
  2. a client with an infectious disease should be referred to a
  3. the primary purpose of a shampoo is to
    cleanse the hair and scalp
  4. in the shampoo selection process understanding the ph scale helps the stylist
    select the proper shampoo for the client
  5. an abundant and important element classified as a universal solvent is
  6. an alkaline shampoo with a high ph can leabe the hair dry brittle and more porousand cause fading in
    color treated hair
  7. freahwater from lakes and streams is purified by the process of sedimentation and
  8. small amounts of chlorine can be added to water to
    kill bacteria
  9. water that contains certain minerals that lessen teh ability of shampoo to later readily is
    hard water
  10. in listing ingredients of a product the percentage of each ingredient in listed in
    descending order
  11. the second ingredient that most shampoos have in common is the primary surfactant or
    base detergent
  12. the water-attracting end of the surfactant molecule is the
  13. and acid balanced shampoo has a ph in the range of
  14. shampoos with an acidic ingredient used to remove product buildup on hair are
    clarifying shampoos
  15. shampoos that are recommended for use on color treated hair or lightened hair are
    acid balanced
  16. shampoos used for oily hair and scalp that remove excess oiliness and keep the hair from drying out are
    balancing shampoos
  17. shampoos used to brighten or eliminate unwaated gold or brassiness are
    color enhancing shampoos
  18. substances that absorb moisture or promote the retention of moisture are
  19. a product that slightly increases the diameter of the hair with a coating action adding body to the hair is
    protein conditioner
  20. product that is used after a scalp treatment and before styling to remove oil accumulation is a
    scalp astringent lotion
  21. brushing of the hair should never be done prior to
    chemical services
  22. the most highly recommended hairbrushes are those made from
    natural bristles
  23. to acoid physical problems during the shampoo the correct posture is to
    shoulders back abdomen in
  24. after shampooing chemically treated hair gently remove tangles begining
    at the nape going up to frontal
  25. as a safety feature for the client during the shampoo the water temperature shoudl be monitored byt the stylist by
    keeping one finger on
  26. firm pressure and or heavy scalp massage should no be administered during the shampoo procedure if the client is to recieve
    a chemical service
  27. after a shampoo it is not recommended to apply a conditioner
    to the base of the hair near the scalp
  28. a shampoo that is performed when the clients health does not allow for a wet shampoo is a
    dry shampoo
  29. a stylist should recommend hair or scalp treatments only after performing a
    hair and scalp analysis
  30. a scalp treatment is used when tehre is a deficiency of natural oil on the hair or scalp should contain
    moisturizers and emollient ingredients
  31. high frequency current should never be used when the hair is trated with tonics that contain
  32. the overactive glads the prodice exciessive oiliness are the
    sebaceous glands
  33. dandruff is the result of a fungus called
  34. alcohol based anti-dandruff and tonics should not be used in conjunction with
    infared lamps
  35. when working a shampoo into a lather the stylist should used
    cushions of fingertips
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