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									Hair Colouring

       By Christina Laing
Hair Colouring
   We all see colour
   Look at your friends
    TV sets, what they
    see as natural may
    look glaring and
    loud to your eyes or
    vica versa!
Hair Colouring
   The art of colouring
    hair is not much
    different from any
    other colouring the
    colour wheel is the
    same and the
    depths are
    illustrated in
    numeric form
Hair Colouring
   When we describe
    colour we describe 2
   Depth=how dark or
    how light the colour
    is and the tone=is it
    red, orange, blue or
Hair Colouring
   If l describe my
    front door to you as
    blue some may see
    a mental picture of a
    navy door and some
    of a pale blue one
    so we need to state
    the depth of a
    colour whether it be
    hair or anything else
Hair Colouring
   Consultation!!!
   The consultation you carry out with
    your client is crucial in determining the
    colour type (semi or permanent etc),the
    depth(how dark or light) and the tone
    warm, cool etc
Hair Colouring
   Shade charts allow us
    to see the shades
    available in each range
   Style books allow us to
    see the colours clients
    would like
   Let the client see staff
    members hair to see if
    they like the colour
Hair Colouring
   The consultation
   Ask
   Look at what you have to work with
   Look back at any history eg:Record
   Test
   Feel
     Hair Colouring
   ASK
   Why are you having colour?
   What colour(s) do you like?
   Is it full head colour?
   Have you considered the cost
Hair Colouring
   ASK
   Have you used any colour at home?
   Have you had colour before? What?
   What colours of clothes do you like to
Hair Colouring
   Look at the client history
   Read record cards
   Note the date of the last colour
   Note any comments on the result
    Hair Colouring
   TEST
   For metallic salts=Incompatibility test
   For development time
    assessment=Porosity test
   Skin Test= for allergy to tint
   Elasticity test=To assess strength
Hair Colouring
   LOOK
   At the tones in the hair and decide if you will
    enhance them or cancel them out
   Assess any white hair present and decide on
    the percentage for the record card. This will
    determine which products you can use and
    the amount of base colour required.
   At the haircut/style to see how you can
    enhance the style using various colour
Hair Colouring
   Look at what you are working with
   Look for dry hair/damaged hair/scalp
    abrasions/dry scalp
   Look at skin colour
   Eye colour
   Clothes colours
      Hair Colouring
      Types of Colour
   Temporary Colour
   Lasts until the next wash
    (unless hair is very
   Sits on the cuticle of the
     Hair Colouring
     Types of Colour
   Semi-Permanent
   Sits on the cuticle
    and just inside the
     Hair Colouring
     Types of Colour

   Quassi-permanent
   The molecules of
    colour go into the
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Types of Colour
   Permanent Colour
   Goes into the
    cortex where
    colour molecules
    are deposited
    Hair Colouring
    Types of Colour
   Vegetable colour
    stains the hairs
      Hair Colouring
      Types of Colour
   Metallic salt based Colour
   These colourants cause
    problems for hairdressers as
    they are incompatible with
    peroxide which is contained
    in many other products for
    perming and colouring.they
    cover the hair like gloss paint
     Hair Colouring
     Types of Colour
   Bleaching
   Oxidise the hairs
    natural pigments
    to a colourless
Hair Colouring

     In Conclusion
   Hair colouring is a
    complex business
    with lots of factors
    to consider. Keep
    studying until you
    are sure you can
    colour with

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