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					VTCT Level 3 Award in Making and
Styling a Hair Addition (QCF)

Accreditation start date:                 01/08/2010
Credit value:                             7
Guided learning hours (GLH)               60



Learner name:

Learner number:

Centre name:

Centre number:


By signing this summary of assessment you are confirming that all learning outcomes, assessment
criteria and range statements have been achieved and that the evidence gathered is authentic.


                     Date          Learner        Assessor        Assessor       IV signature
 Unit code
                     achieved      signature      signature       number         (if sampled)
 Mandatory units
 UV30500
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    Level 1 NVQ Certificate in Hairdressing and Barbering (QCF)




    Qualification details


       Introduction

    The VTCT Level 3 Award in Making and Styling
    a Hair Addition (QCF) is a course that has been
    specifically designed to develop both your
    research and practical skills to an advanced
    level through: effective planning, the intricate
    work of producing a woven weft of hair and
    creatively incorporating it into an artistic style.
    The purpose of this qualification is to develop
    your skills to a high level of creativity and
    provide you with the ability to perform a
    specialist hairdressing service for your clients.
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    Progression

When you have successfully completed this           •     Level 3 Award in Human Resource
qualification you will have the opportunity to            Management for the Hair and Beauty
progress to the following VTCT qualifications:            Sector (QCF)
                                                    •     Level 3 Award in Creative Hairdressing
                                                          Design Skills (QCF)
NVQ qualifications:
                                                    •     Level 3 Award in Technological
•    Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Barbering (QCF)
                                                          Developments within the Hair, Beauty and
•    Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Hairdressing                  Associated Industries (QCF)
     (QCF)
                                                    •     Level 4 Certificate in Hair Colour
•    Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Chemically                    Correction (QCF)
     Treated African Type Hair (QCF)
                                                    •     Level 4 Certificate in Specialist Hair and
•    Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Treating Natural              Scalp Services (QCF)
     African Type Hair (QCF)
                                                    •     Level 4 Award in Advanced Hair Styling
•    Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Barbering African             (QCF)
     Type Hair (QCF)
                                                    This qualification may lead directly into
                                                    employment in the hairdressing industry.
Progression opportunities also exist in the
form of specialist VTCT vocationally related
qualifications:
•    Level 2 Award in Health & Safety for Hair
     and Beauty (QCF)
•    Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at
     Work (QCF) (HSE Approved)
•    Level 2 Award in Preventing Contact
     Dermatitis (QCF)
•    Level 3 Diploma in Women’s Hairdressing
     (QCF)
•    Level 3 Diploma in Barbering (QCF)
•    Level 3 Diploma in Theatrical, Special
     Effects and Media Hair and Make-Up
     (QCF)
•    Level 3 Diploma in African Caribbean
     Hairdressing (QCF)
•    Level 3 Award in Maintaining Personal
     Health and Wellbeing in the Hair and
     Beauty Sector (QCF)
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Guidance on assessment


  Qualification structure

The VTCT Level 3 Award in Making and Styling a Hair Addition (QCF) is made up of 1 mandatory
unit, totalling 7 credits.


 Mandatory units
 VTCT unit         Ofqual unit
                                      Unit title                        Credit value   GLH
 code              reference
 UV30500           K/600/8638         Make and style a hair addition    7              60
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This book contains the mandatory units that
make up this qualification. Optional units will          Assessment explained
be provided in an additional booklet. Where
indicated, VTCT will provide assessment               VTCT courses are assessed and verified by
materials. Assessments may be internal                centre staff. Work will be set to improve your
or external. The method of assessment is              practical skills, knowledge and understanding.
indicated in each unit.                               For practical elements, you will be observed by
                                                      your assessor. All your work must be collected
                                                      in a portfolio of evidence and cross-referenced
  Internal assessment                                 to requirements listed in this record of
  (any requirements will                              assessment book.
  be shown on the unit)
                                                      Your centre will have an internal verifier whose
Assessment is set, marked and internally
                                                      role is to check that your assessment and
verified by the centre to clearly demonstrate
                                                      evidence is valid and reliable and meets VTCT
achievement of the learning outcomes.
                                                      and regulatory requirements.
Assessment is sampled by VTCT external
verifiers.
                                                      An external verifier, appointed by VTCT, will
                                                      visit your centre to sample and quality-check
  External / independent assessment                   assessments, the internal verification process
  (any requirements will                              and the evidence gathered. You may be
  be shown on the unit)                               asked to attend on a different day from usual if
                                                      requested by the external verifier.
External assessment is set and marked by
VTCT. Independent assessment is set by VTCT,
marked in the centre, and sampled by VTCT             This record of assessment book is your property
external verifiers.                                   and must be in your possession when you are
                                                      being assessed or verified. It must be kept safe.
                                                      In some cases your centre will be required to
                                                      keep it in a secure place. You and your course
                                                      assessor will together complete this book to
                                                      show achievement of all learning outcomes,
                                                      assessment criteria and ranges.
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  Creating a portfolio of evidence

As part of this qualification you are required to           Many frequently asked questions and other
produce a portfolio of evidence. A portfolio will           useful information are detailed in the VTCT
confirm the knowledge, understanding and skills             Candidate’s Handbook, which is available on
that have been learned. It may be in electronic             the VTCT website at www.vtct.org.uk/students.
or paper format.                                            Other questions should be addressed to the
                                                            tutor, lecturer or assessor.

Your assessor will provide guidance on how to
prepare the portfolio of evidence and how to
show practical achievement, and understanding
of the knowledge required to successfully
complete the qualification. It is this booklet
along with the portfolio of evidence that will
serve as the prime source of evidence for this
qualification.


Evidence in the portfolio may take the following
forms:


• observed work
• witness statements
• audio-visual media
• evidence of prior learning or attainment
• written questions
• oral questions
• assignments
• case studies.


All evidence should be documented in the
portfolio and cross referenced to the outcomes.
Constructing the portfolio of evidence should not
be left to the end of the course.
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                                                  Unit assessment


This section provides an overview of the
assessments that make up each unit in
this qualification. Detailed information on
assessment is provided in each unit.


  Mandatory units

 UV30500
 Make and style a hair addition
 1) Internally assessed practical observations
 2) Internally assessed portfolio of evidence
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Unit glossary


                         Description
                         This code is unique to the unit and should be quoted in all queries and correspondence to
  VTCT unit code
                         VTCT.

        Unit title       The title clearly indicates the focus of the unit.

     Details of
    the national         NOS relate to occupations or roles that normally involve learning and workplace practice to gain
    occupational         competence. It is important that NOS are represented and indicated in units.
  standards (NOS)

                         Level is an indication of the demand of the learning experience; the depth and / or complexity
          Level          of achievement and independence in achieving the learning outcomes. There are 8 levels of
                         achievement within the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).

                         This is the number of credits awarded upon successful achievement of all unit outcomes. Credit
       Credit value      is viewed as a numerical value and represents a means of recognising, measuring, valuing and
                         comparing achievement.

                         GLH is an estimate of the time allocated to teach, instruct, assess and support learners
  Guided learning        throughout a unit.
   hours (GLH)           Learner initiated private study, preparation and marking of formative assessment is not taken
                         into account.

                         The learning outcomes are the most important component of the unit; they set out what is
       Outcomes          expected in terms of knowing, understanding and practical ability as a result of the learning
                         process. Learning outcomes are the results of learning.

 Maximum service         The maximum time specified by Habia in which a particular service or practical element must
      times              be completed.

     Evidence            This section provides guidelines on the ways that evidence must be gathered for a particular
   requirements          unit. The evidence gathered is then assessed by your assessor.

                         Formative assessment is the ongoing and informal process of assessment. Throughout
        Formative
                         the duration of your course your tutor and assessor will provide you with feedback on your
       assessment
                         performance and guidance on how to become competent for a given outcome.

                         Assessment criteria set out what is required, in terms of achievement, to meet a learning
       Assessment        outcome. The assessment criteria and learning outcomes are the components that inform
         criteria        the learning and assessment that should take place. Assessment criteria define the standard
                         expected to meet learning outcomes.

                         The range indicates what must be covered in parallel to the unit’s outcomes. All ranges must be
         Range
                         competently achieved.
UV30500
Make and style a hair addition


This is a preparation for work unit which is based
on capability and knowledge.
The aim of this unit is to allow you to discover
how to make a simple hair addition using the
wig making technique of weaving a weft. A high
degree of manual dexterity will be required.
UV30500 (2)    Make and style a hair addition




 Level




         3
 Credit value




         7
 GLH




     60
                                                      Make and style a hair addition    UV30500 (3)




UV30500
Make and style a hair addition

     Unit outcomes                                 Service times

On completion of this unit you will:             There are no maximum service times that apply
                                                 to this unit.
1.   Be able to develop a mood board
2.   Be able to make and style a hair addition
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                                                       •   Knowledge and understanding criteria
     Evidence requirements                                 – You will be guided by your tutor and
                                                           assessor on the evidence that needs
1.   It is strongly recommended that the                   to be produced. Your knowledge and
     evidence for this unit be gathered in a               understanding will be assessed using the
     realistic working environment.                        assessment tools listed below:

2.   Simulation should be avoided where                    -   Oral questioning
     possible.                                             -   Portfolio of evidence
3.   You must practically demonstrate that you
     have met the required standard for this unit.         Where possible your assessor will assess
                                                           knowledge and understanding criteria
4.   All outcomes, assessment criteria and range
                                                           alongside practical criteria through oral
     statements must be achieved.
                                                           questioning. There may also be instances
5.   This unit will be internally assessed. You will       when knowledge and understanding criteria
     be guided by your tutor and assessor on               are covered in practical observations, these
     how to achieve this unit’s outcomes.                  will be signed-off by your assessor as
                                                           further evidence is not required.

     Achieving practical outcomes

Outcomes are each made up of two elements,
practical criteria and knowledge and                       Formative assessment
understanding criteria:
                                                       Your assessor may use the observation sheets
•    Practical criteria – your assessor will           at the end of this book to provide you with
     observe your performance of a practical           feedback if an outcome has not been met.
     task. Your assessor will sign-off the practical
     criteria when all have been competently
     achieved in a single client service.

     On occasions some practical criteria may
     not naturally occur during a practical
     observation. In such instances you will
     be asked questions to demonstrate your
     knowledge in this area. Your assessor
     will document the criteria that have been
     achieved through oral questioning.

     In this unit you must demonstrate competent
     performance of all practical criteria on at
     least two occasions.
                                                        Make and style a hair addition    UV30500 (5)




     Outcome 1

Be able to develop a mood board.

     Practical criteria

You can:

a.    Develop a mood board which incorporates woven hair additions and accessories, and takes
      into account influencing factors




Outcome 1 Practical criteria sign-off
 Observation                                   1                                     2
 Criteria questioned orally
 Date achieved
 Learner signature
 Assessor signature
 IV signature (if sampled)
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  Knowledge and understanding criteria

 Knowledge requirements                                Oral questioning      Portfolio reference
                                                       (date achieved)       (other forms of evidence)

 b.   Describe how to develop a mood board
 c.   Outline the purpose of a mood board
 d.   Outline how to present a mood board
      which incorporates hair additions,
      accessories and ornamentation
 e.   Describe the main styles of wigs and hair
      additions used in historical civilisations and
      cultures
 f.   Explain how wigs and hair additions are
      used in modern society
 g.   Describe the employment opportunities for
      wig making and hair additions specialists
 h.   Describe the influencing factors that need
      to be considered when creating a hair
      addition

For guidance on portfolio reference (other forms of evidence) please refer to the section at the
front of the record of assessment book entitled ‘Creating a portfolio of evidence’.
                                                           Make and style a hair addition    UV30500 (7)




     Outcome 2

Be able to make and style a hair addition.

     Practical criteria

You can:

a.    Communicate and behave in a professional manner
b.    Select products, tools, equipment and accessories to achieve the desired effect
c.    Produce a woven weft of hair on a weaving frame
d.    Produce a final finished hair addition
e.    Style the woven weft of hair using permanent styling techniques
f.    Present the final finished styled hair addition
g.    Provide suitable aftercare advice
h.    Record the techniques, products, tools, equipment and accessories used to achieve the
      finished hair design
i.    Follow safe and hygienic working practices




Outcome 2 Practical criteria sign-off
 Observation                                        1                                   2
 Criteria questioned orally
 Date achieved
 Learner signature
 Assessor signature
 IV signature (if sampled)
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  Knowledge and understanding criteria

 Knowledge requirements                              Oral questioning        Portfolio reference
                                                     (date achieved)         (other forms of evidence)

 j.   Evaluate the finished hair design
 k.   Describe how to maintain hair additions
 l.   Describe hair styling techniques for hair
      additions for men and women
 m. Describe the aftercare advice that should
      be provided
 n.   Outline safe and hygienic working
      practices
 o.   State how to communicate and behave
      within a salon environment

For guidance on portfolio reference (other forms of evidence) please refer to the section at the
front of the record of assessment book entitled ‘Creating a portfolio of evidence’.
                                                                Make and style a hair addition    UV30500 (9)




  Unit content

This section provides guidance on the areas that make up each outcome.



  Outcome 1: Be able to develop a mood board

Mood board: Presentation tool used to display             previous chemical treatments); medication
ideas / thought process, a poster, collage,               (prescription medication); medical condition
collection of ideas, story behind an image,               (high blood pressure, pregnancy, radio therapy,
resources can include - pictures, text, objects,          cancer); hair condition (chemical, heat damage,
materials, accessories, woven hair; gives visual          environmental); hair disorder (contagious /
effect of design, ability to identify texture / feel /    non-contagious); skin disorder (contagious
colour of woven hair, touches all senses.                 / non-contagious); cross infection (stylist to
                                                          client, client to stylist); accurate records (future
Influencing factors: Hair condition (dry, greasy,
                                                          reference); legal implications.
normal, virgin, chemically treated); elasticity
(strength of hair); porosity (damage to cuticle           Contagious: (Stylist to client, client to stylist);
layer, the ability to absorb moisture); percentage
                                                          Bacterial - impetigo (blisters, weep, yellow
of grey, hair cut / style (uniform layer, one
                                                          crust); folliculitis (yellow pustules); sycosis
length, short graduation, long graduation);
                                                          (yellow, spot, follicle); furunculosis (pus filled
temperature (body heat, salon temperature,
                                                          spot); sebaceous cyst (lump on top or under
added heat); texture (fine, medium, coarse);
                                                          skin).
length (short, medium, long); density (fine,
medium, thick); growth patterns (cowslick,                Viral - warts (raised, rough skin, brown), herpes
widows peak, nape whorl, double crown); skin              (blisters).
tone (fair, medium, olive, dark); face shape              Fungal - tinea capitis / ringworm (patches, pink
(oval, round, square, oblong, heart, pear); head          / grey, scaly, broken hair).
shape (large, medium, small); existing curl
(tight, soft, wave); lifestyle (job, family, financial,   Animal parasites – pediculosis capitis (head
time); test results (good, cautious, bad positive,        lice - parasite, 6 legs, suck blood), scabies
negative); previous chemical service, client              (parasites, mites).
requirement, tools and equipment, male pattern            Non-contagious: Psoriasis (over production
baldness, hair loss due to medical condition.             skin cells, dry, silvery, scales); cicatrical alopecia
Hair and scalp contra-indications: Prevent                (scar); alopecia totalis (complete hair loss);
/ alter service, product, technique- type                 male pattern alopecia (hair recedes at hairline
of conditions - skin disorders (disease,                  or loss crown); traction alopecia (excessive
infestation, infection, defect, bacteria, virus,          pulling, brushing curling and straightening);
fungi, parasites); skin sensitivities (reaction);         alopecia areata (stress, bald patches);
allergies (latex, nut, plasters, perfume, oil);           seborrhea (excessive oil); dandruff (itchy, white,
history of allergic reaction (positive reaction to        skin cells); dry scalp (white, powder); eczema /
skin test); incompatible products (metallic salts,        dermatitis – (allergic reaction to detergent, red,
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irritation, swollen, weep); acne (raised bumps         wigs - Perukes / periwigs; King Louis XIII of
and spots).                                            France - Roman style; 16th century – fair,
                                                       wavy on the top, tied in the neck (American
Defects of the hair: Fragilitas crinium (spilt, dry,
                                                       colonials); Ramillies - smooth through top, curly
ends); monilethrix (beaded hair); trichorrhexis
                                                       around sides, plaited in neck; 17th century -
nodosa (rough, swollen, broken shaft);
                                                       extraordinarily elaborate, covering the back,
sebaceous cyst (sebum filled lump); damaged
                                                       shoulders, flowing down chest, shoulder-length
cuticle (dull hair).
                                                       or longer, ’post restoration’, full bottomed wig,
How to develop a mood board: Begin with a              powdered, distinctive white / off-white colour;
brief / plan, focus on developing the sensory          18th century - men’s wigs became smaller, more
aspect, assemble a mosaic of source material,          formal, adopted as part of official costumes,
inspiring and relevant, create a collage, refer        the bob wig - curled tied wig / campaign wig;
to brief, be creative, photograph large items          women’s wigs – coiffure, built around large
that can not be added, include hair swatches,          frames, elaborate designs; Barristers – favour
additions, range of expressive visual media -          the late eighteenth century style; Judges’ wigs
magazines; newspapers, leaflets, photographs,          - everyday use, court dress (short version),
leaflets collected from shops, galleries,              ceremonial occasions judges / QC’s wear full-
museums, your own sketches, copies from                bottomed wigs.
other artists and designers, samples of - fabric,
                                                       How wigs and hair additions are used
wallpaper, thread wool; sample cards from
                                                       in modern society: Temporary change of
DIY stores, natural materials - leaves, flowers,
                                                       image, used for – lengthening, thickening,
stems, seed, pods, shells, feathers, stones.
                                                       adding curls, colour; fun occasions - costume
Purpose of a mood board: Communicate to                parties; individuals experiencing hair loss (male
target audience, set the scene / storyline, share      patterned baldness, cancer, alopecia areata);
concept, express mood / feelings behind image,         disguise, Orthodox Jewish law (Halakha)
visual aide, launch a project.                         requires married women to cover hair for
How to present a mood board: Formal                    reasons of modesty (sheitels); wigs and hair
/ informal presentation, standard mood                 additions are used in film, theatre, television;
board / use of audio-visual to present mood            worn on a daily or occasional basis / to create
board, additional props / clothes / make-up            an image.
/ accessories / jewellery, prepared speech             The employment opportunities for wig
/ prompt cards, professionalism, varied                making and hair additions specialists:
communication skills - body language, tone,            Specialist subject - wig makers - measure, fit
clarity, projection of voice; interpersonal skills,    and sell wigs; wig knotters only knot hair onto a
occasions - exhibitions, shows, wedding, prom,         gauze to be further developed; repairing wigs,
competitions, photographic shoot.                      wig making for judges / barristers, factory wig
The main styles of wigs and hair additions             maker, working on machines mass production,
used in historical civilisations and cultures:         working in the theatre, film, television industry,
Ancient cultures who used wigs - Assyrians,            hair stylist to maintain wig.
Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans, Ancient
Egyptians - used as a shield from sun (shaved
head), all same style; Japanese Geisha –
elaborate styles using ornamentation; men’s
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  Outcome 2: Be able to make and style a hair addition

Communication techniques:                            razor, cutting combs, hood dryer, hand dryer.
Verbal - speaking (tone of voice, language,          Accessories - tissue paper, end paper, thread,
pace, clarity reassure); questioning (open,          weaving silk, paper, bowl, back mirror, hair net,
closed, probing); using a range of related           wig box, neck brush, ornamentation – feathers,
terminology.                                         bows, buttons, beads, ribbon, additional hair,
                                                     tiara, combs.
Non-verbal - body language, positive attitude
(posture, facial expressions, gestures,              How to produce a woven weft of hair on a
distance); written (visual aids, colour chart,       weaving frame: Set up the weaving frame,
magazines, records); listening (patience, trust,     number the silks, place prepared hair in
support, decipher, respond); confidentiality.        brushes, draw off a fine section, hold in one
                                                     hand, the hair is woven in and out of the silks,
Professional personal behaviour / conduct:
                                                     alternating the odd number silks in one direction
HASWA - follow health & safety practice and
                                                     with even number silks in the opposite direction,
procedure; respect / value - client(s), self, and
                                                     slide the weaving close to previously woven
others; work cooperatively with others (empathy,
                                                     hair, place the jockey clip close to the weft.Other
non-judgemental, non-discriminatory, not
                                                     weaving methods are - 2 string fly weft, the
argumentative); follow salon code of conduct,
                                                     finest of all weaving (when it is finished the roots
appropriate language, avoid gossip, maintain
                                                     fly away, leaving a neat finish); twice in weaving
confidentiality, polite, cheerful and friendly
                                                     (slightly thicker than once); thrice in weaving
manner, friendly facial expressions, open
                                                     (thickest of all); diamond mesh (which has a
body language, positive attitude, eye contact,
                                                     wire in the weft); starting and finishing knots are
sensible behaviour, team work, pride in work,
                                                     required for all.
punctuality, employer and client loyalty.
                                                     A finished hair addition:
Products, tools, equipment and accessories
used to achieve the desired effect:                  Pin curl weft - take a pin wire (looks like a roller
                                                     pin), using pair of pliers bend up the ends, hook
Products - natural hair only, mousse - adds
                                                     this into the weaving at the finished knot end
body; gel - firm hold / wet look; setting lotion -
                                                     and thread a needle with length of silk, match
roller setting (firm, soft); activators - maintain
                                                     hair colour, stitch the pin curl through centre
curl (natural, permed); moisturiser - makes hair
                                                     of weft / pin wire, cover metal pin completely,
soft and shiny; heat protectors - coats the hair,
                                                     finish off with a silk cap. The sewing thread is
stop natural oils drying out; hair spray - hold
                                                     continually wound around so there is a smooth
style; shine spay - adds shine; serums - adds
                                                     edge between wire and hair, cover with tissue
shine; dressing creams - light hold, control hair.
                                                     paper and press the cap between heated
Tools and equipment - clamps, weaving sticks,        pinching irons.
drawing brushes, bees wax, jockey / clip, hair,
                                                     The torsade - piece of postiche that curls at
brigoudi, jigger, pinching irons, postiche oven,
                                                     2 ends, secured in center. Diamond mesh
heater, boiling water, drying cabinet, malleable
                                                     (normally worn on the crown), can be moulded
blocks of varying sizes, polythene to cover the
                                                     and stitched into a pattern.
block, block holder, postiche pins, PPE (gloves,
towels), tape, rollers, clips, brushes, scissors,    Pin wave - a flat weft stitched in by blanket
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stitch, and finished with 6 loops from one side to    literature / leaflet, longevity of your additions,
the other.                                            stops them matting or loosening; human hair
                                                      treat with your own regular hair products,
The marteau weft - has 2 loops and is stitched
                                                      synthetic hair clean only.
flat, attached both ends by grips.
                                                      Complete client records: Manual or computer,
Pin curls - attached by placing a grip through
                                                      contact information, type and colour of hair, the
the loop.
                                                      cost, hair piece required, tools and equipment,
Torsades / double loop clusters - one loop is         product usage, date of service, changes to
formed at either end so can be attached by a          service, contra-indications, problems, cost of
grip.                                                 service, test results, aftercare, requirements
Styling and presenting the woven weft of              for hair piece or wig (measurements), style
hair using permanent styling techniques:              required, estimated price of work to be carried
Frisure force is the name given to permanently        out, date of fitting, the colour (attach a sample).
curling.                                              Follow safe and hygienic working practices:
Equipment required - bigoudis (wooden                 Management of health & safety at work
curlers various sizes); comb to assist with           regulations / legislation, clean / sterilise /
winding, pan of boiling water to make the             disinfect tools (minimise cross infection and
permanent curl, drawing brushes for holding the       infestations), equipment, work surfaces; PPE
hair, drying cabinet for drying the curls, pre-heat   (gowns, towels, capes); EAWA (PAT testing)
before use, jigger to hold the hair, end papers to    visual checks on equipment; manual handling
protect hair ends neatly, towels to blot the hair,    (moving stock, moving props, lifting, working
scissors and thread, when tying the hair into         heights, unpacking); towels – clean, washed
bundles; water jug.                                   at 60 degrees centigrade, dirty in covered
                                                      bin; liability insurance – employers’, public,
Method - secure the hair in the jigger, dampen        professional, indemnity; HABIA - code of
hair with water (add small amount of acetatic         practice for hair services; local bylaws (set by
acid, to help soften the hair); place end paper       council; code of conduct, posture (balance
around the hair ends, evenly wind onto the            weight, preserve back, prevent slouching);
bigoudi, secure the hair with the thread, place       ventilation for vapour, avoid over exposure to
in a pan of boiling water for 30 minutes, remove      chemicals, correct use of chemicals – COSHH
carefully, blot on towel to remove excess water,      (replace lids); manufacturer’s instructions,
place in the postiche oven until dry, cut the         no smoking, eating, drinking, drugs in salon;
thread and remove the paper, pin curls may be         personal hygiene, products – check end date
styled by placing in pinching irons, permanent        / packaging, store away from heat, damp and
crimping can also be achieved; this hair is used      direct sunlight; first aid procedures.
for crepe pads or pompadour rolls, present the
curl on a piece of A4 card or by attaching wired      Evaluate the finished hair design: Benefits,
weft / hair piece into the hair.                      lifestyle factors, influencing factors, review,
                                                      problem solving, causes of action, analyse
Provide suitable aftercare advice:                    results, synthesis, reproduce, summarise,
Maintenance - frequency of visits, regular            judging, compare and contrast results, modify,
services, minimise chemical treatments, correct       justify, what worked well / what did not work
use of electrical equipment (straighteners,           well, draw conclusions.
tongs, heated rollers, hairdryer); product
information and use, demonstration, relevant          How to maintain hair additions: Keep hair
                                                      piece either - pined to a block, in a moth proof
                                                      Make and style a hair addition    UV30500 (13)




box, when not in use; clean regularly, do not
wear to bed, remove properly (avoid pulling on
natural hair); attach safely to avoid damage
to own hair (grips removed gently); brush with
correct tools, clean with correct products.
Maintenance - frequency of visits; correct use
of electrical equipment (straighteners, tongs,
heated rollers, hairdryer); product information
and use, relevant literature / leaflet, how to
attach correctly.
Hair styling techniques for hair additions:
Wigs / toupees styling, synthetic hair - must
only be washed in soapy water and left to dry
naturally, they cannot be styled, as the hair will
melt, pre-set style will bounce back when dry.
Natural hair - roller setting - pin the postiche
on a soft block, choose roller size for style,
dampen hair lightly, use neutralising lotion
if working on white hair, take clean sections
avoid pulling the knots, set in the required style,
secure the rollers without pulling the foundation
and causing distortion, cover with a net, if white
hair use tissue paper to prevent discolouration,
dry the postiche in a warm oven or hood dryer,
white hair naturally or cool oven, after drying
allow to cool, dressing out with great care to
avoid damage to the knots, a net is carefully
placed over the finished style and the wig is
returned to the oven to set the style; dressing
cream to control the hair. Hair additions placed
in style before the final dressing of the hair,
make a large pin curl with slightly backcombed
hair and slide the comb in which is attached to
the weft, if the weft has no combs use grips to
attach through the loops.
Blow drying - may be used, be careful of
disturbing the knots, dampen the hair lightly - if
working with white hair use a neutralising lotion
- blow-dry as normal (gently).
UV30500 (14)         Make and style a hair addition




     Range

You must cover the following ranges:

                                                      Date and portfolio
 R1          Influencing factor                                            Assessor signature
                                                      reference
 a           Hair length
 b           Hair colour
 c           Degree of curl
 d           Desired finished result

             Products, tools and                      Date and portfolio
 R2                                                                        Assessor signature
             equipment                                reference
 a           Styling products
 b           Finishing products
 g           Round brushes
 h           Flat brushes
 i           Rollers secured with pins
 j           Pin curl clips
             Use of heated styling
 k
             equipment
 l           Ornamentation

                                                      Date and portfolio
 R3          Technique (minimum of five)                                   Assessor signature
                                                      reference
 a           Blowdry
 b           Setting
 c           Pin-curling
 d           Finger-waving
 e           Twisting
 f           Curls
 g           Plaiting
 h           Rolls
                                               Make and style a hair addition          ???
                                                                                 UV30500 (15)(15)




    Range (Continued)

                                      Date and portfolio
R4          Hair addition                                       Assessor signature
                                      reference
a           2 strand
b           3 strand
c           Short hair (min 15 cms)
d           Long hair (min 20 cms)
UV30500 (16)      Make and style a hair addition



                                                              Notes:




Unit Sign-off

All outcomes, assessment criteria and ranges have been completed for this unit.


 Learner signature:                                              Date:

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