- 1 What is cosmetology Ribboning?
- 2 What are Ridge curls?
- 3 What is a suspension in cosmetology?
- 4 What is ARC base pin curls?
- 5 What does stem mean cosmetology?
- 6 What is hair Ruffing?
- 7 What do two rows of Ridge curls create?
- 8 What advantages do rollers have over pin curls?
- 9 What is an example of a reducing agent cosmetology?
- 10 What does pH mean in cosmetology?
- 11 Why can pure water alone be drying to the skin?
- 12 What are the 3 parts to a pin curl?
- 13 What is the most common pin curl base?
- 14 What are the 3 different parts of a curl?
What is cosmetology Ribboning?
Term. RIBBONING. Definition. important technique to learn which involves forcing the hair between the thumb and the back of the comb to create tension. Term.
What are Ridge curls?
Ridge curls are pin curls placed immediately behind or below a ridge to form a wave.
What is a suspension in cosmetology?
a contraction of surface active agents; substances that allow oil and water to mix, or emulsify. suspensions. Unstable physical mixtures of undissolved particles in a liquid.
What is ARC base pin curls?
Arc base pin curl. Also known as half-moon or C-shaped base curls, are carved out of a shaping. Ribbing. Forcing the hair between the thumb and the back of the comb to create tension.
What does stem mean cosmetology?
STEM is the abbreviation for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. back. What is Cosmetology? Cosmetology is the study of hair, nails and skin.
What is hair Ruffing?
back brushing. Also known as ruffing, technique used to build a soft cushion or to mesh two or more curl patterns together for a uniform and smooth comb out.
What do two rows of Ridge curls create?
Chapter 15 Hairstyling
|Two rows of ridge curls placed on the side of a head are||skip waves|
|Pin curls that allow the hair to flow upward and downward are called stand-up curls or||cascade curls|
|Barrel curls are similar to a roller, but do not have the same||tension|
|The panel of hair on which a roller is placed is the||base|
What advantages do rollers have over pin curls?
What are some of the advantages that rollers have over pin curls? One roller can make the equivalent of 2 to 4 stand up curls come making it a lot more faster and efficient than pin curls. The hair is wrapped around the roller with tension, which gives a stronger and longer lasting set.
What is an example of a reducing agent cosmetology?
A reducing agent is a substance that adds hydrogen to a chemical compound or subtracts oxygen from the compound. When hydrogen peroxide is mixed with an oxidation haircolor, oxygen is subtracted from the hydrogen peroxide and the hydrogen peroxide is reduced. In this example, haircolor is the reducing agent.
What does pH mean in cosmetology?
pH. abbreviation used for potential hydrogen and represents the quantity of hydrogen ions. pH scale. measures the acidity or alkalinity of a substance; has a range of 0 (most acidic) to 14 (most alkaline); pH 7 is neutral, below 7 is acid, above 7 is alkaline.
Why can pure water alone be drying to the skin?
the acidity and alkalinity of a substance. Pure water, with a pH of 7 is 100 times alkaline than your hair and skin. The difference in pH is the reason pure water can cause the hair to swell ass much as 20 percent and the reason the water is drying to the skin.
What are the 3 parts to a pin curl?
Pin curls are made up of three principal parts: base, stem, and circle (Figure 17– 3 ). The base is the stationary (non-moving) foundation of the curl, which is the area closest to the scalp, the panel of hair on which the roller is placed.
What is the most common pin curl base?
Chapter 17 Hairstyling Cosmo test 2
|The most commonly shaped pin curl bases are rectangular, triangular, square, and ______________.||arc based|
|Pin curls sliced from a shaping and formed without lifting the hair from the head are referred to as _____________.||carved curls|
What are the 3 different parts of a curl?
The three parts of a pin curl are the base, stem, and the circle.