Rinse and neutralise chemically restructured hair

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Elements and Performance Criteria


Performance Criteria

Elements describe the essential outcomes of a unit of competency.

Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element. Where bold italicised text is used, further information is detailed in the required skills and knowledge section and the range statement. Assessment of performance is to be consistent with the evidence guide.

1. Consult with supervising hairdresser and prepare client.

1.1. Discuss aspects of the rinsing and neutralising process and confirm instructions with supervising hairdresser prior to commencing the service.

1.2. Apply gowns or wraps and towels, according to salon procedures to ensure client protection.

2. Rinse hair.

2.1. Control water temperature and flow during rinsing.

2.2. Rinse hair gently and evenly to remove all residual product.

2.3. Gently and evenly blot excess water from hair without disturbing hair on rods.

3. Neutralise hair.

3.1. Select neutralising products to match reformation chemicals.

3.2. Take personal precautions to prevent operator skin reactions to neutralising chemicals.

3.3. Follow salon procedures to minimise water and product waste and negative environmental impacts throughout the neutralising service.

3.4. Measure, apply and process neutralising chemicals without disturbing hair on rods according to product and supervising hairdresser instructions.

3.5. Ensure client comfort and safety throughout the neutralising process, according to product safety data sheets and salon procedures.

4. Remove neutralising products and rods.

4.1. Remove rods in a manner that does not apply undue stretch to the newly reformed hair.

4.2. Remove all residual neutralising chemicals from the hair, according to manufacturer instructions after the specified processing time.

4.3. Apply conditioning products after neutralising, where directed by supervising hairdresser.

4.4. Gently towel dry hair and replace gown or wrap and towels as per salon procedures.

4.5. Relocate client to finishing service area at completion of process.

4.6. Safely dispose of waste to minimise negative environmental impacts.