Creates maximum control and support of the hair
especially for wet setting; varying strengths available
Supports volume and movement; foam consistency,
may or may not contain conditioners
Supports volume and movement; liquid consistency
Supports volume and movement; firmer hold than
lotion, liquid consistency
Holds finished style in place, liquid dispensed through pump
Holds finished style in place, available in a variety of strengths;
liquid dispensed through compressed gas and spray
Adds shine and texture definition; adds weight to the hair
Prepares and protects hair during pressing service; helps
prevent scorching and breakage; conditions and adds
shine; use less pressing oil to avoid smoke or burning;
helps hair stay pressed longer
Provides a place for tools to be displayed and organized
Provides proper back support for client during the
Wet Disinfectant Container
Holds solution for disinfecting implements
Supports client's neck and holds water and shampoo
products during a shampoo service
Displays hair styling to client and cosmetologist for purpose
of communication and balancing design
Infection Control and Safety
Following is a list of safety precautions you should follow prior to and during a hairstyling service.
Additional precautions are listed in the categories of thermal hairstyling.
Practice infection control guidelines.
Wash and sanitize hands with liquid antibacterial soap.
Check the air-intake area on the blow dryer to ensure it is free from debris before beginning
the air forming procedure.