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1 Unit 4040 Colour Hair using a Variety of Techniques Learning Outcome Assessment Criteria 1. Be able to maintain safe and effective 1 methods of working when colouring and lightening hair 1.1 Make sure the client s clothing is protected throughout the service 1.2 Position themselves and the client to meet the needs of the service without causing discomfort 1.3 Keep the work area clean and tidy throughout the service 1.4 Remove waste immediately at the end of the colouring service 1.5 Use working methods that: - minimise the wastage of products - minimise the risk of cross-infection - make effective use of the working time - ensure the use of clean resources - minimise the risk of harm or injury to themselves and others 1.6 Maintain personal standards of health and hygiene which minimise the risk of cross-infection, infestation and offence to the clients and colleagues 1.7 Use the products and equipment identified as a result of consultation with the client 1.8 Give clear and accurate instructions, as necessary, to colleagues assisting with the service 1.9 Complete the colouring and lightening service within a commercially viable time 1.10 Keep client records that are accurate, easy to read and up-to-date 2. Be able to prepare for colouring and lightening services 2.1 Identify any contraindications to the colouring and lightening service by questioning the client and recording the client s responses 2.2 Conduct a range of tests on the client's hair and skin, following manufacturers instructions and recognised industry procedures 2.3 Record the outcomes of tests on the client s records accurately 1

2 2.4 Take a suitable course of action when contraindications and/or reactions to tests cause doubts as to the suitability of the service for the client 2.5 Select products, tools and equipment based on the results of necessary tests, consultation with the client and relevant factors likely to influence the service 2.6 Prepare the client s hair and protect their skin, as necessary, prior to colouring and lightening 2.7 Prepare products to meet manufacturers instructions 3. Be able to creatively colour and lighten hair 3.1 Explore a variety of looks with the client using relevant visual aids and recommend a look based on the client s hair and its potential to achieve the effects required 3.2 Use colouring and lightening effects to achieve the required look 3.3 Use and adapt techniques that take into account factors which will influence the achievement of the required effect 3.4 Combine and place products in a way that complements the hair style 3.5 Monitor product development at the required time intervals and taking a strand test as required 3.6 Resolve any problems occurring during the colouring and lightening process using the relevant corrective action 3.7 Ensure the application of toners to lightened hair achieves the desired effect as required 3.8 Achieve the desired colouring or lightening effect which is to the satisfaction of the client 3.9 Use finishing techniques that complement the colour 3.10 Give the client suitable aftercare advice on the maintenance of the hair colour 4. Be able to lighten hair 4.1 Confirm the desired effect with the client prior to the application of lightener 4.2 Section hair cleanly and evenly to assist the accurate application of lightener 4.3 Measure and mix lightener accurately to the correct consistency for the application and to meet 2

3 manufacturers instructions 4.4 Use lightener application techniques suitable for achieving the desired look and following manufacturers instructions 4.5 Adapt the sequence of application taking into account relevant factors influencing the service 4.6 Monitor throughout the service: - Lightener development - Condition of the hair - Scalp sensitivity - Condition of the lightener 4.7 Conduct strand and elasticity tests 4.8 Resolve any problems occurring during the lightening process using the relevant corrective action 4.9 Leave the hair and scalp free of lightener and in a suitable condition for further services 4.10 Ensure the application of toners to lightened hair achieves the desired effect, as required 4.11 Achieve the desired effect to the satisfaction of the client 5. Be able to resolve basic colouring problems 5.1 Assess the condition of the hair to identify any colouring problems and the suitable colour correction products and techniques to use 5.2 Explain to the client the options available for resolving any colour problem 5.3 Refer the client for specialist colour correction work, as necessary 5.4 Use colour correction techniques effectively to achieve the required colour 5.5 Achieve a finished colour that meets the client s requirements 6. Understand salon and legal requirements 6.1 Outline the salon's requirements for client preparation 6.2 State the salon s expected service times for colouring work 3

4 6.3 Describe how to complete client records effectively 6.4 Describe the salon s and legal requirements for disposal of waste materials 6.5 Explain own responsibilities under current data protection legislation 6.6 Describe own responsibilities under the current Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations in relation to the use of colouring products 6.7 Outline own responsibilities under the current Electricity at Work Regulations 7. Understand how to work safely, effectively and hygienically when colouring and lightening hair 7.1 Describe contact dermatitis and how to avoid developing it whilst carrying out colouring and lightening services 7.2 Identify the protective equipment that should be available and why it is important to use it 7.3 Explain how the position of the client and themselves can affect the desired outcome and reduce fatigue and the risk of injury 7.4 State why it is important to position tools and equipment for ease of use 7.5 Outline the safety considerations which must be taken into account when colouring and lightening hair 7.6 Outline the dangers associated with the inhalation of powder lighteners 7.7 Describe how to use lighteners safely 7.8 Describe the precautions that must be taken when handling powder lighteners 7.9 State why it is important to keep the work area clean and tidy 7.10 Identify methods of working safely and hygienically and which minimise the risk of cross-infection and cross-infestation 7.11 State the importance of maintaining personal hygiene 7.12 Explain why it is important to check electrical equipment used to aid the colouring and lightening process 4

5 7.13 Identify the methods of cleaning, disinfecting and/or sterilisation used in salons 7.14 State the importance of questioning clients to establish any contraindications to the colouring and lightening service 7.15 Explain why it is important to record client responses to questioning 7.16 Outline the legal significance of client questioning and of recording the client's responses 8. Understand methods of testing used for colouring and lightening services 8.1 Describe the types and purposes of tests for colouring and lightening services 8.2 Describe when and how tests should be carried out and the expected results 8.3 Explain the importance of following manufacturers instructions for skin testing 8.4 Explain how the results of tests can influence the colouring and lightening service 8.5 Explain the importance of constantly monitoring the development of lightener 8.6 State the potential consequences of failing to carry out tests 8.7 Explain the courses of action to take in the event of adverse reactions to tests and any contraindications (i.e., when to encourage the client to seek medical advice, when to explain the service is not possible, when a modification to the service will be necessary) 8.8 State why it is important to accurately record test results 9. Understand colouring science 9.1 Describe the principles of colour selection, including the International Colour Chart (ICC) 9.2 State what is meant by the term oxidation 9.3 Describe how the type and distribution of melanin creates natural hair colour 9.4 Outline the effects of light and artificial lighting on the appearance of hair colour 9.5 Describe how the natural pigmentation of hair affects the colouring and lightening process 9.6 Identify the reasons for pre-lightening 5

6 9.7 Outline the effects on the hair of different colouring products and lighteners 9.8 Explain how the different strengths of hydrogen peroxide affect the colouring and lightening of the hair 9.9 Explain the effects of temperature on the application and development of colouring products and lighteners 9.10 Describe how to dilute hydrogen peroxide to form different strengths of solutions 9.11 Identify the ph values of different colouring products and lighteners 9.12 State the importance of restoring the hair s ph balance after the colouring or lightening process 9.13 State why it is important to leave the hair and scalp free of colouring products and lighteners 9.14 Explain the reasons for pre-softening and pre-pigmenting hair 9.15 Identify what makes hair resistant to artificial colour 9.16 Describe how and why contraindications can affect the delivery of the colouring service to clients 10. Understand how to use colouring and lightening products and equipment 10.1 Outline the types of tools, materials and equipment used for colouring and lightening hair and how and when to use them 10.2 Outline the different types of colouring products and lighteners available and how and when to use them 10.3 Explain how and why the factors can influence the choice of product and/or application techniques 10.4 Explain the importance of following manufacturers instructions when measuring and mixing colouring products and lighteners 10.5 Describe how to accurately measure and mix colouring products to manufacturers instructions 10.6 Describe how to accurately measure and mix lighteners to the consistency required to meet manufacturers instructions and the needs of the hair 10.7 Describe how and why pre and post treatments should be used when colouring and lightening hair 6

7 10.8 State the importance of using products economically 11. Understand colouring and lightening techniques 11.1 Identify sources of creative information and inspiration (e.g., historical, cultural and fashion) 11.2 Explain the importance of sectioning hair accurately when colouring 11.3 Describe methods of applying and removing colouring products and lighteners 11.4 Explain how the application and removal of lightener should be adapted to minimise scalp sensitivity and hair damage 11.5 Identify the colouring effects that can be achieved using slicing, block colour and weaving techniques 11.6 Outline how to place colour in a way to complement a hair style 11.7 Describe how to carry out a full head and regrowth application using lighteners 11.8 Describe how and why to adapt the sequence of application to take account of relevant factors 11.9 Explain why it is important to avoid disturbing areas still processing when removing products from developed areas Describe the types and causes of colouring and lightening problems and how to rectify them Explain how and why to restore depth and tone of colour Explain how and why to neutralise colour tone Identify the potential problems of using colouring products and lighteners on previously chemically treated hair Describe methods of pre-softening and pre-pigmenting hair Describe the types of problems which require specialist colour correction 12. Understand the aftercare advice to provide for colouring and lightening services 12.1 Outline how to give effective aftercare advice and recommendations to clients 7

8 12.2 Describe how to maintain hair colour and condition 12.3 Describe aftercare products that will benefit the client and those to avoid and why 12.4 Describe how lifestyle can affect the client s choice of colour (e.g., active sports, career and job requirements) 12.5 Describe how the continual use of heated equipment can damage the hair 12.6 State the recommended time intervals between colouring and other services 8

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