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Chapter 15 Milady

Scalp Care, Shampooing & Conditioning

Technique used to build a soft cushion or mesh two or more curl patterns together for a uniform and smooth comb-out; also called ruffing. back-brushing
Combing small sections of hair from the ends toward the scalp, causing shorter hair to mat at the scalp and form a cushion or base; also called teasing,ratting,matting, or French lacing back-combing
Pin curls with large center openings, fastened to the head in a standing position on a rectangular base. barrel curls
Stationary, or nonmoving, foundation of a pin curl, which is the area closet to the scalp; the panel of hair on which a roller is placed. base
Technique of drying and styling damp hair in a single operation. blow-dry styling
Pin curls sliced from a shaping and formed without lifting hair from the head. carved curls
Pin curls fastened to the head in a standing position to allow the hair to flow upward and then downward. cascade or stand-uo curls
The part of the pin curl that forms a complete circle; also, the hair that is wrapped around the roller. circle
Pin curls that produce waves that get smalller toward the end. closed-center curls
Hair that is wrapped around the roller; also called circle. curl
Nozzle attachment of a blow-dryer; directs the air stream to any section of the hair more intensely. concentrator
Blow-dryer attachment that causes the air to flow more softly and helps to accentuate or keep textural definition. diffuser
Technique of passing a hot curling iron through the hair before performing a hard press. double press
Used to give a finished appearance to hair ends either turned under or over. end curls
Process of shaping and directing the hair into a pattern of "S"-shaped waves through the use of fingers,combs and waving lotion. finger waving
Hairspray used to lock in a style after completion. finishing spray
A light, airy, whipped styling product that resembles shaving foam and builds moderate body and volume into the hair. foam or mousse
Thermal curls that sit in the center of their base; strong curls with full volume. full-base curls
Curl placed completely off the base; allows for the greatest mobility. full-stem curl
Thickened styling preparation that comes in a tube or bottle that has a strong hold. gel
Method of temporarily straightening extremely curly or unruly hair by means of a heated iron or comb. hair pressing
A styling product applied in the form of a mist to hold a style in position; available in a variety of holding strengths. hair spray
A technique used to keep curly hair smooth and straight. hair wrapping
Position of a curl or a roller one-half off its base, giving medium volume and movement. half base
Thermal curls placed half off their base; strong curls with moderate lift or volume. half-bsse curls
Curl(circle) placed half off the base; permits medium movement and gives good control to the hair. half-stem curl
Technique that removes 100 percent of the curl by applying the pressing comb twice on each side of the hair. hard press
The point where the curls of opposite directions meet forming a recessed area. indentation
Styling products that are lighter and more viscous or sticky than firm-hold gels, used for easy styling,defining, and molding. liquid gels or texturizers
Technique removing 60 percent to 75 percent of the curl by applying a thermal pressing comb once on each side of the hair using slightly more pressure than in the soft press. medium press
Curl placed directly on its base;produces a tight, firm, long-lasting curl and allows minimum mobility. no-stem curl
The position of a curl or a roller completely off its base for maximum mobility and minimum volume. off base
Thermal curls placed completely off their base; have only slight lift or volume. off-base curls
Position of a curl or roller directly on its base for maximum volume; also called full base. on base
Pin curls that produce even, smooth waves and uniform curls. open-center curls
Styling products that add considerable weight to the hair by causing strands to join together, showing seperation in the hair. pomade or wax
Technique of forcing the hair between the thumb and the back of the comb to create tension. ribboning
Pin curls placed immediately behind or below the ridge to form a wave. ridge curls
Round, solid prong of a thermal iron. rod
Section of hair that is molded in a circular movement in preparation for the formation of curls. shaping
The clamp that presses tha hair against the barrel or rod of a thermal iron. shell
Styling product ingredient that adds gloss and sheen to the hair while creating textural definition. silicone
Two rows of ridge curls, usually on the side of the head. skip waves
Technique of pressing the hair to remove 50 to 60 percent of the curl by applying the thermal pressing comb once on each side of the hair. soft press
Method of curling the hair by winding a strand around the rod. spiral curl
Section of the pin curl between the base and first arc(turn) of the circle that gives the circle its direction and movement; the hair between the scalp and the first turn of the roller. stem
Styling product applied to damp hair that is wavy, curly or extremely curly, and then blown-dry; relaxes the hair fot a smooth, straight look. straightening gel
An implement comprised of a rod handle, shell handle, barrel or rod, and shell that is made of quality steel used to dry hair using heat. thermal irons
Methods of waving and curling straight or pressed hair using thermal irons and special manipulative curling techniques on dry hair. thermal waving lotion and curling
Hairstyle in which the hair is arranged up and off the shoulders. updo
Thermal curls placed very high on their base; provide maximum lift or volume. voulme-base curls
Styling product that adds volume to the shape, especially at the base, when the hair is blow-dried. volumizer
Type of hair gel that makes the hair pliable enough to keep it in place during the finger waving procedure. waving lotion
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