Celicia Ortiz Professor Moore English 550 27 June 2013 Process of Hair Color The main reason people dye their hair is to cover their grey hair. They may also want to change their hair to a color that they like. Have you ever dyed your own hair at home? It’s a very difficult process because the right product can be hard to find. The process of a successful hair color includes picking and choosing the right color, having the workspace and materials and most importantly following the manufacturer’s instructions.
D. Transition: To prepare for this hair design, you are going to need some supplies. II Body A. Getting the supplies/ brushing hair/ damp vs. dry hair a. What will need to be gathered for this is a brush to detangle, a styling brush, one to two pony tail holders depending on how many braids you will be completing,
Dermis is mainly connective tissue, is deep to the epidermis, and is vascular * The skin contains collagen (for strength) and elastic (for stretch) fibers. * The skin is thicker on the posterior than the anterior parts of the body; thicker on lateral parts of limbs than medial parts. —Subcutaneous layer (or hypodermis) is deep to dermis, but is not part of skin. It is mainly adipose tissue B. Layers of epidermis (from deepest to superficial) 1. Stratum Basale (= base) a. has stem cells that continuously divide by mitosis
Neutron activation analysis can check hair for the presence of: a. silver b. DNA c. water content d. hair dye _____ 10. Which part(s) of the hair can be analyzed for DNA? a. root b. cuticle c. medulla d. cortex _____ 11. The cuticle scales of the hair always point towards the: a. root b. medulla c. tip of the hair d. follicle _____ 12. The period of active hair growth is called the ___ state.
When you elevate the hair below 90 degrees, you are: a) creating curl c) building weight b) layering the hair d) removing weight _____ 39. When you are creating __, you use a traveling guide, with no overdirection, to create the same length throughout the haircut. a) long layers c) a graduated cut b) a blunt cut d) uniform layers _____ 40. Hair texture is based on the: a) elasticity of the hair b) diameter of each hair strand c) condition of the hair d) amount of curl in the hair _____ 41. Cutting hair that is partly damp and partly dry will give you: a) an even line c) uneven
Title Ink Chromatography Lab Background Information and Research 1. An ink chromatography is a way to separate a mixture. It uses solvents to separate the dyes that are used to make the color which is why there are more colors on the paper than what you start with. Paper chromatography has a variety of uses here are three that pertain to chemistry and biology. Paper chromatography can be used in separating amino acids and anions, RNA fingerprinting, and testing histamines and antibiotics.
Gelatin contains keratin, which is a very strong protein found in your hair, nails, teeth and skin. All of these are basically dead cells which are pushed up from underneath by new cells being formed. The stronger these layers of dead cells are, the more protection they give the tender, new growth beneath. Keeping your keratin levels up can help keep the outer layers flexible and strong. Does Gelatin Promote Hair Growth?
Chaperones • Some proteins have trouble finding or forming their correct conformation. A protein chaperone can accompany the original protein and supervise and help it to assemble correctly. • PrPSc is acting like a chaperone in BSE but not positively. • PrPC is the protein that is getting influenced negatively. • This influence will turn all of the PrPC into PrPSc and aggregate inside the cell and kill the cell (Reynaud,
Demonstration Speech Outline Once you decide on your topic, complete the outline. This outline will be graded as intently as the actual speech. Topic: How to curl hair Specific Purpose: This speech will teach people a specific technique to achieve beautiful curly hair. I. Introduction A. Hook: Many people attempt curling their hair for a special event or occasion, but they don't know the proper techniques of curling hair.