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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. The most common type of perm rod; have a smaller diameter in the center that increases to a larger circumference on the ends
  2. Course hair naturally looks
  3. Step one of a perm
  4. An indication of the strength of the side bonds that hold the individual fibers of the hair in place
  5. Additional processing time allows
  1. a Elasticity
  2. b Polypeptide chains to shift into their new configuration
  3. c Section hair into panels
  4. d Concave rods
  5. e Thicker and fuller

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Mix 1 oz of 20v peroxide with 20 drops of 20% ammonia. Immerse 20+ strands of hair n the solution for 30 minutes. Slight lightening = no metallic salts. Rapid lightening and foul smell = metallic salts
  2. Two rods used, one on top of the other. One starts midway down the hair shaft and the other starts at the end, both on the same strand of hair. This is good to use on long hair.
  3. Base placement
  4. Use of sulfates, sulfites, and bisulfites presenting an alternative to ATG
  5. Indicate that that the client knew before the chemical service that there's a possibility of damage to the hair or unexpected adverse reaction.

5 True/False questions

  1. Over processing usually occurs when?Normal to low

          

  2. Metallic salts leave a coating on the hair that may cause what three things?1. Uneven curls
    2. Severe discoloration
    3. Hair breakage

          

  3. Two important functions of neutralizationThe process of stopping the action of a permanent waving solution; rebuilds hair into its new form

          

  4. Reducing agent used in permanent waving solutionsHydrogen is added

          

  5. pH of most alkaline waves9.0 - 9.6