Ch12 Chemical Texturizing
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Define Chemical Texturizing:
(Reforming) The process of using physical & chemical actions to permanently change the texture of hair.
What is another term for Chemical Texturizing?
List the 3 Major Classifications of Chemical Texturizing.
- 1) Perming
- 2) Hair Relaxing
- 3) Curl Reforming
Heat is added by placing plastic cap pn clients head * placing them under a pre-heated dryer.
Self-timing & self-heating, the additive creates heat through chemical reaction when mixed with perm solution.
What Chemical Bond is reformed in Permanent Waving?
Alkaline Waves carry a pH of _(a)_ to _(a)_.
Acid Perms are in the pH range of _(a)_ to _(a)_.
The hairs ability to absorb moisture, chemicals, & liquids.
The hairs ability to be streched & returned back to its original shape.
The degree of coursness or fineness of the hair.
The number of active hair follicles per sq. in. on the scalp.
What are the 2 main types of chemical relaxers?
- 1) Sodium Hydroxide
- 2) Ammonium Thyoglycolate
In Chemical Relaxing what does basing mean?
Applying a protective cream to the scalp, hairline, & ears prior to relaxing service.
Define Curl Deffusion:
(Chemical Blow-out) Technique used to loosen/relax tightly curled hair by approx. 50%.
What is another name for Curl Deffusion?
What can occur if you apply a Thio Relaxer over a Sodium Hydroxide Relaxer or vice versa?
Severe damage & breakage can occur.
What is Curl Reforming?
(Soft Curls/ Reformation Curls/ Double-Process Perm Service) Chemical Service designed to change tightly curled hair into curly/wavy hair. First hair is Relaxed then Permed to create new curl pattern.
What is/are another name(s) for Curl Reforming?
- Soft Curls
- Reformation Curls
- Double-Process Perm Service
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