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then be applied at the base (scalp area) if necessary.
Product is applied to the base last since
the hair near the scalp will process more quickly due to body heat.
A non-alkaline shampoo
is recommended after the chemical relaxer has been rinsed from the hair. The natural oils that are
removed during the chemical relaxing process are replaced with a conditioning treatment. In this
exercise a thio relaxer is used within five sections. Horizontal partings are used for the back, side
and top sections. A bowl and brush method is used.
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, which may be farther from the
· To equalize processing time on long hair, you may begin application farther away from the
scalp to avoid over processing the hair.
Your instructor may have additional guidelines that are equally acceptable for you to follow.
Virgin Thio Relaxer Preparation
As with any professional service, it is important to have your area, products, implements and equip-
ment in proper order. Before performing a virgin thio relaxer service, be sure to satisfy the follow-
ing points:
· Perform analysis of hair and scalp
· Perform strand test and elasticity test
· Clean work station with disinfectant
· Arrange implements/supplies including sectioning clips, non-metal tail comb, gloves, base,
relaxer, bowl and brush
· Wash your hands with liquid antibacterial soap
· Ask the client to remove jewelry and store in a secure place
· Drape your client for a chemical service
Shampoo client's hair lightly; do not sensitize the scalp
Virgin Thio Relaxer Procedure
· Section hair for control
· Apply base (protective cream) around hairline and ears
· Begin at back top section or where hair is most resistant
· Use 1/4" (.75cm) horizontal partings
· Apply relaxer 1/4" (.75 cm) to 1/2" (1.25 cm) away from the scalp to both sides of the
strand up to the porous ends
· Work from top to bottom of each section and complete back sections
· Move to back of top section
· Complete top section

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