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Pivot Point International, Inc. - SFC CB REV 9 06 Notes
· Section hair for control
· Apply protective cream to previously
relaxed hair
· Begin at top back section or most
resistant area
· Use 1/4" (.75 cm) horizontal partings
· Apply product slightly away from scalp
up to previously relaxed hair to both
sides of the parting
· Complete back sections
· Complete remaining sections using the
same procedures
· Follow manufacturer's directions for processing
· Smooth each section with back of comb
· Follow manufacturer's directions for
processing and perform comb test
· Rinse the hair until water runs clear after
you have reached the desired degree
of relaxation
· Shampoo hair with a neutralizing shampoo
Relaxer Retouch
A retouch should be performed when
there is a sufficient amount of new
growth, generally not more than one
inch (2.5 cm), to avoid overlapping the
product onto the previously straight-
ened hair. All the same procedures are
followed as with the virgin application
except that the relaxer is applied to the
new growth only. The retouch applica-
tion is performed with the same product that was used for the previous application. The product
is applied slightly away from the scalp up to the previously relaxed hair. Applying the product
beyond the new growth, onto the previously relaxed hair, is known as overlapping. Overlapping can
cause breakage to the hair. In this exercise, horizontal partings within five sections are used
throughout. The relaxer is applied to the new growth only. A protective cream is applied to shield
the previously relaxed hair from relaxer and product run off during rinsing.
Relaxer Retouch Preparation
As with any professional service, it is important to have your area, products, implements and equip-
ment in proper order. Before performing a chemical reforming service, be sure to satisfy the fol-
lowing points:
· Perform analysis of hair and scalp
· Perform strand test and elasticity test
· Clean work station with disinfectant
· Arrange implements/supplies including sectioning clips,
tail comb, gloves, base, relaxer, protective cream, 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
Relaxer Retouch Procedure
For a thio retouch application, pre-
shampoo the hair lightly without
scalp manipulations; do not base
For a sodium hydroxide retouch
application, do not pre-shampoo
the hair; base the scalp

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