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Course 1 Perm Terminology

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This game will help you learn and review Perming Terminology for Course 1.

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Created Date 05.01.20
Last Updated 05.04.20
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Your browser doesn't support HTML5. pH range of 6.9 – 7.2. Causes only minimal swelling, therefore it is essential that the hair be wrapped with firm, even tension. Wrapping with even t; pH range of 8.0-9.5. Softens and swells the hair fibers. Formulated with thioglycolic acid and its derivitives ammonium which create a; A Chemical reducing agent that caused the hair to soften and swell; also called Thio-relaxer pH of 8.5-9.5; When finished rinsing perm solution, blot the top and bottom of each perm rod with a towel to remove excess water before neutralizing; Using large diameter tools to produce large curls, wave formations or “Body wave”; The action used to permanently change the texture of hair, transforms the hair into lasting perm texture. There are 2 phases;; Using perm solution or relaxing agents in the hair; Machine-less method of perming hair; the hair is wrapped on rods while waving lotion (thioglycolic acid or it’s derivative) process hair w; Perm tool that is narrower in diameter in the center and wider in the diameter at the ends, produces smaller, tighter curl in the center; Inside the second layer of the hair fibre, gives hair most of it’s pigment and strength or elasticity; Outer covering of the hair shaft; Amount of hair follicles per square inch on the scalp; usually referred to as Light (fine), medium, heavy (thick); Refers to the size of the tool (perm rod) used; there are small, medium and large. The diameter will determine the size of the curl, small; Side bond containing sulfur, directly affected by perm or relaxing; Acid perm used to speed up the processing time by using heat, causes the pH to rise gradually. An example would be to use a plastic cap o; Porous paper used to control the hair ends and keep hair smoothly wrapped around the perm tool. Book-end: one end paper folded in half ho; Crimps on the ends of hair, occurs when end papers aren’t covering the ends of hair when winding a perm; When over processing occurs: causes are perm solution or neutralizer left on the hair to long; Thioglycolic derivative found in acid waves, absorbs into the hair strand where it breaks the disulfide bond.; Also known as neutralizing perms, reduces swelling caused by the alkalinity of the perm solution; restores and re-bonds the disul; Side bond that works on the principle that un-like charges attract. Side Note (*side bond = when amino acids are lined up side by si; Protein that accounts for 97% of the make-up of hair.; Product in perming that locks in and restores the disulfide bond into it’s new shape permanently.; When perm solutions are left on the hair for too long and are to curly; pH range of 6.9 – 7.2. Causes only minimal swelling, therefore it is essential that the hair be wrapped with firm, even tension.; pH range of 8.0-9.5. Softens and swells the hair fibers. Formulated with thioglycolic acid and its derivitives ammonium.; A Chemical reducing agent that caused the hair to soften and swell; also called Thio-relaxer pH of 8.5-9.5; A test to determine when processing is complete. A test curl allows you to see how well the bonds are softening and shifting t; A permanent wave solution found in low/ no thio perms. Introduced in 1992. These have a different reducing agent known as cystemine hydrochloride; Process of loosening or reducing hairs existing texture, as when straightening curly or tightly curled hair; Dividing the hair into workable areas for the purpose of control; Dividing larger sections into smaller sections; Pattern used for creating perm wind; Area between straight or curved partings within the shape, also, the area between 2 partings for an individual tool such as a roller, round brush etc.; Acid Balanced Perm; Alkaline Perms; Ammonium Thiogylcolate; Blotting; Body wave; Chemical Action (phase); Chemical Texturizing; Cold Waves; Concave Rods; Cortex; Cuticle; Density; Diameter; Disulfide Bond; Endothermic:; End Papers; Fish-hooks; Frizzy; Glycerol Monothioglycolate; Hardens and shrinks; Hydrogen Bonds; Keratin; Neutralizer; Over processed; Acid Balanced Perm; Alkaline Perm; Ammonium Thiogylcolate; Preliminary Test Curl; Reducing Agent (permanent wave solution); Relaxation of Curls; Sectioning; Sub-Sectioning; Blocking; Base;
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