Colorimetry online course / level ABC
Facebook: IulY MiHa Salon Cursuri Hairstyle YM www.iuly-miha.ro My name Iulyan and I will make a simulation about paint permanent and semi-permanent dye bleaching powder put on natural hair We start with permanent paint The paint contains ammonia permanent artificial pigments and keratin Oxidizer open the cuticle, the cortex expands ammonia and artificial pigments penetrate to the bone hair Semi-permanent paint contains beeswax, pigments and double double keratin Semi-permanent dye contains no ammonia, this means that it can not penetrate to the bone hair Penetrates to mid cortex Fading out powder pigment in hair texture Let’s look at the picture, the oxidant values cortex As oxidant is higher, the cortex is smaller (bleaching powder) That means that after fading, if we put a color pigment, it has strength in hair texture Because this cortex is small If we make a mistake as after fading with 12% oxidant, to put permanent paint with ammonia This cortex is even smaller, and this hair will stretch Another mistake and higher After fading Oxide 12% if we paint with ammonia in step 12 (special blond) which contains so much ammonia cortex that does not exist, and if you pull that hair will break Bleaching powder helps to open multiple stages using formulas fading or help us get some pigments in the hair, using formulas pickling To understand the logic of the formulas fading and pickling we help the two tables The first table, the red we use a natural bristle at step 2/0 (natural hair) to step 5/0 (natural hair) the second table, the blue, we use the stage 6/0 (natural hair) to step 10/0 (natural hair) We begin with the first table, the red, first formula, 1 + 1 with oxidant 1% open 3 steps look in the blue table same formula (1 + 1) with the same oxidant (1%) 10 grams of bleaching powder + 10 milliliters of oxidant 1% open 4 speed we look red table, Take the second formula, 1 + 2 with 1% oxidant 2-stage open 1 + 3 by oxidizing 1% open one stage look in the blue table, 1 + 2 by oxidizing 1% open 3 stage 1 + 3 by oxidizing 1% open 2 stage 1 + 4 by oxidizing 1% open 1 stage we look red table, 1 + 1 by oxidizing 3% open 4 stage 1 + 1 by oxidizing 6% open 5 stage 1 + 1 by oxidizing 9% open 6 stage look in the blue table, 1 + 1 by oxidizing 3% open 5 stage 1 + 1 by oxidizing 6% open 6 stage 1 + 1 by oxidizing 9% open 7 stage it is very easy to fill in the two tables (red, blue) What we see Doubling or tripling Note that the amount of oxidant, lowers power opening We take an example The client has all natural hair on stage 3/0 If the client has natural hair 3/0 step, we look red table We open 3 steps We can use oxidant formula 1 + 1 with 1% open 3-stage, or oxidant formula 1 + 2 with 3% open all 3 steps use a second formula (1 + 2 with oxidant 3%) because it is easier to apply The result will be discoloration on stage six After fading natural hair underneath the pigment appears on stage six natural hair pigment beneath the stage 6 is dark orange The pigment natural hair underneath, we call support natural hair Another example;
client has all natural hair on stage 3/0 Menu;
Bleaching powder with the oxidizing 3%, the formula 1 + 2, 10 g decolorizing powder + 20 ml of oxidant 3% Open 3 steps on thick textured hair Open 4 steps on par with a medium texture Open 5 steps on par with a fine texture On the right we have the client’s natural hair and the left have natural hair pigment underneath Dyed hair bleaching powder on … The values in the two tables (red, blue) is halved because artificial pigment in hair texture (the cortex) Example: Diagnosis
All hair is dyed on stage six, thick texture Menu
Bleaching powder + 1% oxidant, formula 1 + 1, 10 gr bleaching powder + 10 ml oxidant Open 4 steps on natural hair On dyed hair value is halved, discoloration is the result of step 8 yellow-orange In order to work out together in the studio online (via skype translator), please leave feedback Thanks!