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  1. Shampooing, Rinsing, and Conditioning By Crystal Segura

  2. Sell products Wet the hair prior to a service Help the client relax Cleanse the hair and scalp D The primary purpose of shampooing in the salon is to:

  3. Humectants in the shampoo Height of the sink Price and profit Condition of the client’s hair D When selecting a shampoo, consider the:

  4. Sedimentation Filtration level Oxygen levels Whether a solution is acid or alkaline D The pH level is an indicator of:

  5. Basic Neutral More acidic More alkaline C Jheri Redding was the first in the salon industry to market “pH-balanced shampoos,” which were:

  6. Sedimentation and filtration Water softeners Adding minerals Adding chemicals A Fresh water is purified by:

  7. Volume Source of the water Weight of the water Amount of minerals present D The softness or hardness of water is related to the:

  8. Moisturizers Purified water Surfactant Hard water B The main ingredient of shampoo is:

  9. The surfactant molecule Vitamin additives Ammonia compounds Protein-based ingredients A The effectiveness of surfactants is due to:

  10. Lifting off oils and dirt into the water Raising the pH of the hair Separating oil and water De-ionizing water A Surfactant molecules work by:

  11. Shampoo Setting gels Conditioners Hair color A The highest dollar expenditure for hair care products is for:

  12. The same as in pure water As high as possible The same as in chemical treatments Between 4.5 and 5.5 D The pH in acid-balanced shampoo is:

  13. Relieve scalp conditions Cut through buildup Strip artificial color Add volume D Conditioning shampoos can be very strong and in some cases:

  14. Pick up dirt and oil as you brush through Increase shine Improve manageability Must sit on the scalp for a longer period D Medicated shampoos can be very strong and in some cases:

  15. Reduce dandruff Decrease shine Are always a good idea Cut through product buildup D Clarifying shampoos contain acidic ingredients that:

  16. To make hair shiny For elderly clients Before chemical treatments To repair damaged hair B Dry shampooing is recommended:

  17. Therapeutic shampoo Medicated shampoo Acid-balanced shampoo Color-enhancing shampoo D A shampoo that combines a surfactant base with basic colors is:

  18. Medicated shampoo Conditioner Dry shampoo Color-enhancing shampoo B A temporary remedy for hair that is dry or damaged is:

  19. Chemical processes Hereditary, health, and diet Conditioners Scalp conditioners D The texture and structure of the hair are controlled by:

  20. Deep conditioning Improving the quality of new hair growth Protection against breakage Detangling hair after washing D Rinse-through finishing rinses are useful for:

  21. 30-40 minutes 10-20 minutes Several hours 5-10 B For repair and treatment, deep, penetrating conditioners must be left on the hair for:

  22. Humectants Hydrophilic molecules Citric acid Surfactants A Most conditioners contain:

  23. Protective oils Overlapping scales Long strands Melanin scales B The cuticle of the hair is the outermost layer and is made up of:

  24. Restore pH balance Remove oil accumulation from the scalp Add a slight amount of color Improve the condition of the scalp A Instant conditioners fall in the pH range of 3.5 to 6.0 and are used to:

  25. Remove oil accumulation Promote healing Soften scalp Moisturize the scalp A Scalp astringent lotion is a conditioning agent applied to the scalp to:

  26. Protein conditioners Detanglers Stiff hairbrush Cream rinse A To increase hair diameter slightly, choose a:

  27. Make a bad haircut look good Eliminate unwanted color tones Penetrate the cortex Improve the quality of new growth C Concentrated protein conditioners are designed to:

  28. Equalized porosity Improved quality of new hair growth Improved appearance Increased elasticity B Hair treated with a concentrated protein conditioners has all the following qualities except:

  29. Scalp conditioning Thermal protection Equal moisturizing and protein treatment Hair detangling C Deep conditioning treatments are the chosen therapy when ___ is needed:

  30. Spray-on thermal protectors Scalp conditioners Protein treatment Hair masks A To protect hair from the harmful effects of blow-drying and electric rollers, use:

  31. Hair mask Detangler Protein treatment Scalp conditioner D If your client has a dry scalp, the condition may be helped by a:

  32. Volumizing shampoo Moisturizing shampoo Protein treatments Detangler B For a client with straight, fine hair, all the following products are recommended except:

  33. Massages the scalp Removes tangles Loosen scales from the scalp Remove dust, dirt, and spray buildup D Correct hair brushing stimulates blood circulation to the scalp and helps:

  34. Chemical service Scalp treatment Scalp massage Shampoo A Brushing should be part of most hair services except before a:

  35. Wire with rubber tips Natural bristles Widely spaced bristles Nylon bristles B The most highly recommended hairbrushes are made from:

  36. Brush random areas Part it into sections Brush the scalp vigorously Focus on the ends B The best method for hair brushing is to:

  37. Mud pack Scalp conditioner Vigorous combing Massage D One method of providing scalp stimulation is:

  38. Have strong hands Know the location of blood vessels Have medical training Do it once or twice a year B Scalp massage is an extra that keeps your clients coming back, and to be successful it’s important to:

  39. Sliding and rotating movement Rapid eye movement Spine movement Relaxing movement B Scalp manipulation techniques include following except:

  40. Allow your abdomen to relax Lean over the client Keep your shoulders back Round the back C The most important rule regarding posture when shampooing is to:

  41. An infrared lamp Comb and hairbrush Shampoo cape Towels A All the following items are routinely used when giving a shampoo except:

  42. Apply a scalp steamer Examine the client’s hair and scalp Apply an infrared lamp Brush the hair for 15 minutes B Part of shampoo preparation is to:

  43. The water temperature The nerve points in the neck The cost of the shampoo A cold rinse A When performing the shampoo service, an important consideration is:

  44. The client’s scalp is tender You are performing a chemical service The client asks for less pressure The client has healthy hair and scalp D During a shampoo, when manipulating the scalp, use firm pressure if:

  45. Manipulate the scalp Adjust volume of water Rinse thoroughly squeeze excess water from hair A After applying small quantities of shampoo, the next step in the shampoo procedure is to:

  46. Scrubbing the entire area Mopping the floor Disinfecting combs and brushes Boiling all combs and brushes C Part of the cleanup and sanitation process at the end of shampooing is:

  47. Analyze the condition of the scalp Do a thorough brushing Apply a conditioner Do a scalp massage C Following shampooing and rinsing, the next step is to:

  48. Gently comb it through the hair Immediately rinse out The hair is ready for styling Comb through with a fine-tooth comb A After applying conditioner:

  49. Immediately rinse out Wrap the client in heated towels Place the client under a heated dryer Keep the client in a reclining position C When applying a deep conditioning treatment, you may have to:

  50. Be stronger Be oily Tangle Have no body C After shampooing, chemically treated hair tends to: