All About Shampoo!
Scalp and Hair Care
Understanding Shampoo- Mya Coleman
*Dry, dehydrated hair
*Thinning of the hair
*Excessive hair left in the skin trap after shampooing
*Dry, tight scalp
*Abnormal flaking on the scalp
*Opens wounds or Scalp irritations
*Scalp disorders or diseases
*Tick or lice infestation
There are many types of shampoo available on the market. As a cosmetologist, You should become good at selecting the type of shampoo that helps your clients hair. Even if the hair is colored, natural, short, thick, etc. Select a shampoo that is according to the condition of your clients hair and scalp. Your client can possibly have an oily scalp with dry hair, probably due to over processing. (pg.311&312)
The Scalp care, shampooing, and conditioning
Tuesday, Sep. 22nd, 9pm
60 Crescent Avenue
Jersey City, NJ
Massaging the scalp
When massaging the scalp, you massage before or during shampoo. You make sure your client is relaxed and comfortable. You massage real nice and slow, in a circle motion.
Conditioning the hair
Conditioning the hair makes the hair soft, and smooth. Its good for the hair after a shampoo because all the shampoo does is clean the hair.
Brushing the hair
Brushing the hair is a good thing to do for the hair, it makes it nice and smooth. Its not rough,and has knots in it after a good brush. It stimulates the blood circulation for the scalp.