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Pivot Point International, Inc. - SFC CB REV 9 06 Notes
The above application procedure is a guideline. However, other application techniques are also
acceptable. For example:
· You may begin the application at the ridge of the first curl.
· To equalize processing time on long hair, you may begin application farther away from the
scalp to avoid overprocessing the hair.
Your instructor may have additional guidelines that are equally acceptable for you to follow.
Virgin Sodium Hydroxide Relaxer Guidelines
· Perform strand test.
· Disinfect work station; arrange implements and supplies including sectioning clips, non-
metal tail comb, gloves, base, sodium hydroxide relaxer, bowl and brush.
· Wash and sanitize your hands; drape the client for a chemical service; perform analysis of
hair and scalp; wear protective gloves and chemical apron; review previous client record
card, if applicable.
· Do not pre-shampoo the client's hair.
· Section the hair into 4 or 5 sections, base the hairline, ears and scalp.
· Begin the application of the relaxer at the most resistant area. Use 1/4" (.75 cm) partings
and apply the relaxer 1/4" (.75 cm) to 1/2" (1.25 cm) or farther away from the scalp up to
the porous ends.
· Complete the entire head and follow manufacturer's directions for processing.
· Apply relaxer to the scalp area and ends, if necessary. Smooth each parting with back of
the comb using a light to moderate smoothing action from scalp to ends.
· Perform comb test. If minimal indentation occurs, continue smoothing to achieve desired
texture pattern. If strong indentation occurs, proceed to rinsing.
· Rinse thoroughly with warm water, and without scalp manipulations, until water runs clear.
Direct the water spray away from the client's face. Follow with neutralizing shampoo.
· Condition the hair. Then you may wish to cut the hair wet or dry. Style the hair as desired.
· Complete client record card; offer your client a rebook visit; recommend retail products that
will enhance or maintain the relaxer service; disinfect implements, discard non-reusable
supplies and clean your work area.
Thio Relaxer
When you are working with a thio
relaxer, the first-time application is
applied to the most resistant area
and 1/4" (.75 cm) to 1/2" (1.25cm)
away from the scalp out to the porous
ends. Additional product may

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