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hair and scalp conditions

The shampoo provides a good opportunity for the stylist to analyze the client's


a client with an infectious disease should be referred to a

cleanse the hair and scalp

the primary purpose of a shampoo is to

select the proper shampoo for the client

In the shampoo selection process, understanding the pH scale helps the stylist:


An abundant and important element classifies as ta universal solvent is:


Freshwater from lakes and streams is purified by the processes of sedimentation and:

kill bacteria

Small amounts of chlorine can be added to water to:

hard water

Water that contains certain minerals that lessen the ability of shampoo to lather readily is:

descending order

In listing the ingredients of a propduct, the percentage of each ingredient is listed in :

color-treated hair

An alkaline shampoo with a high pH can leave the hair dry, brittle, and more porous and cause fading in:

base detergent

The second ingredient that most shampoos have in common is the primary surfactant or:


The water-attracting end of a surfactant molecule is the:


An acid-balanced shampoo has a pH in the range of:


Shampoos that are recommended for use on color-treated or lightened hair are:

clarifying shampoos

Shampoos with an acidic ingredient used to remove product buildup on hair are:

balancing shampoos

Shampoos used for oily hair and scalp that remove excess oily-ness and keep the hair from drying out are:

color-enhancing shampoos

Shampoos used to brighten or eliminate unwanted gold or brassiness are:


Substances that absorb moisture or promote the retention of moisture are:

protein conditioner

A product that slightly increases the diameter of the hair with a coating action, adding body to the hair is:

scalp astringent lotion

A product that is used after a scalp treatment and before styling to remove oil accumulation is a:

chemical services

Brushing of the hair should never be done prior to:

natural bristles

The most highly recommended hairbrushes are those made from:

keep shoulders back, abdomen in

To avoid physical problems during the shampoo, the correct posture is to:

at the nape and working up to the frontal area

After shampooing chemically treated hair, gently remove tangles beginning:

keeping one finger over the edge of the spray nozzle in contact with the water

As a safety feature for the client, during a shampoo, the water temperature should be monitored by the stylist by:

chemical service

Firm pressure and/or heavy scalp massage should not be administered during the shampoo procedure if the client is to receive a

to the base of the hair, near the scalp

After a shampoo, it is not recommended to apply a conditioner:

dry shampoo procedure

A shampoo that is performed when the client's health does not allow for a wet shampoo is a:

hair and scalp analysis

A stylist should recommend hair of scalp treatments only after performing a:

moisturizers and emollient ingredients

A scalp treatment used when there is a deficiency of natural oil on the hair or scalp should contain:


High-frequency current should never be used when the hair is treated with tonics that contain:

sebaceous glands

The overactive glands that produce excessive oiliness are the:


Dandruff is the result of a fungus called:

infrared lamps

Alcohol-based anti-dandruff lotions and tonics should not be used in conjunction with:

cushions of fingertips

When working a shampoo into a lather, the stylist should use:

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