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Question 1 of 5
What advice would you give the client with regards to maintaining their braid after they leave the salon?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 5
List 5 styling products from your salon range that you think would be suitable when creating a braid and their benefits to the process
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Question 3 of 5
Select the appropriate Workplace Health and Safety procedures that should be applied in the salon when performing a braiding service
- The client should be gowned appropriately for the service according to your workplace policies and procedures All towels and wraps must be washed after each use
- Shield the clients eyes with your hand or plastic shield when applying styling products Avoid spraying or wiping products near the clients eyes
- When blow drying, direct airflow away from the scalp Use a comb between hot tongs and the scalp When using rollers, use cotton wool between the scalp and the roller.
- Do not immerse electrical equipment in water and keep away from wet areas Do not leave equipment turned on for longer than necessary Use a stand or towel to prevent burning workstation or trolley surfaces Clean thermal equipment regularly Never wind electrical cords around thermal equipment, especially when hot and wait for the equipment to cool before storing
- Be aware of your body position and posture. Use correct positioning of your back and arms to help prevent back, neck and shoulder strain and injury. When either standing behind the client or to the side, avoid placing too much strain or discomfort to those parts of your body Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) occurs through poor posture, insufficient rest breaks and the incorrect usage of tools. Styling equipment should be held and manipulated appropriately as directed by the manufacturer
Protecting the clients clothing
Avoiding hair products entering client of operators eyes
Avoiding burns to client or operators when using thermal styling equipment
Safe use of electrical equipment
Avoiding postural injury and fatigue including proper holding techniques and manipulation of styling tools
Question 4 of 5
Select ways that your salon can ensure sustainability when performing a braid: Minimizing product wastageCorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 5
Select ways that your salon can ensure sustainability when performing a braid: Environmentally sound disposal of waste styling productsCorrectIncorrect