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Scalp Care, Shampooing, and Conditioning Part 2

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Chapter 15 Milady Standard of Cosmetology

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Created Date 02.24.20
Last Updated 02.25.20
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Your browser doesn't support HTML5. Hair that has been lightened, colored, permed, chemically relaxed, or processed with a keratin straightener is called _________.; Products are classified as either an alkaline solution or an acidic solution by measuring the amount of ________.; What type of shampoo can leave the hair dry, brittle, porous, and causes fading in color treated hair?; Water is the most abundant and important element of Earth and is classified as a(n) ________.; What chemical is added to fresh water before it enters the public water pipelines for the purpose of providing additional water purification by killing common bacteria?; It is important for the stylist to determine if the local water supply to the salon is ________ because it may affect the outcome of the clients' chemical services.; ________ water has had impurities, such as calcium, magnesium, and other metal ions, removed.; Ingredients in shampoos, as well as all other manufactured products, are listed on the packaging according to the percentages of each ingredient or in ________.; The second ingredient listed in most shampoos is the ________, or base detergent, which contains the surface active cleaning agents.; What term describes the water-attracting head of a surfactant molecule?; What are the shampoos that help close the hair cuticle and are balanced to the pH of skin and hair by the addition of citric, lactic, or phosphoric acid?; What are two conditioning agents that help restore moisture and elasticity to the hair shaft?; Products that do not remove artificial color from the hair are considered to be ________.; What type of shampoo, also known as powder shampoo, cleanses the hair without the use of soap and water?; ________ shampoos, sometimes called soap-free shampoos, are formulated with little to no alkaline soap base, are compatible with hair and soft water sources, also known to be sensitive to haircolor.; A ________ shampoo is designed to re-balance the pH level of your hair by neutralizing any alkali and unwanted residues in the hair.; Shampoos that are created by combining the surfactant base with basic color pigments are called ________.; What type of shampoo is manufactured with artificial protein molecules added to the base to cling to the natural protein in the hair and give it extra strength?; What substances absorb moisture or promote the retention of moisture in the hair?; Which type of conditioning agent is used after a scalp treatment and before styling to remove oil accumulation from the scalp?; A ________ draping is also known as a wet draping.; A ________ strip is less bulky than terry cloth towels and will allow a natural fall to the hair for more precision while cutting.; When securing a cape as draping for a basic shampoo do not let the cape touch the ________.; Do not massage or manipulate a client's scalp if you detect the the presence of ________.; chemically treated; page 328; hydrogen; page 329; high-pH shampoo; page 329; universal solvent; page 329; chlorine; page 330; soft or hard; page 330; deionized; page 330; descending order; page 330; primary surfactant; page 330; hydrophilic; page 330; pH-balanced shampoos; page 332; protein and biotin; page 332; nonstripping; page 332; dry; page 333; sulfate-free; page 333-334; neutralizing; page 334; color-enhancing shampoos; page 334; keratin; page 334; humectants; page 335; scalp astringent lotions; page 336; shampoo; page 337; neck; page 337-338; client's skin; page 346; abrasions; page 348;
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