This innovative, fully illustrated handbook provides the foundation for understanding the scientific basis for professional hair care. Linking hair physiology with disease states, patient behavior and cosmetic procedures, this book covers: grooming and grooming cosmetics, coloring techniques, permanent curling and straightening, cosmetic induced hair loss, methods for camouflaging hair loss, hair removal, tips to maintain healthy hair, and suggested patient reading. The author is Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Dermatology, Wake Forest University of Medicine, and a Dermatologist and Cosmetic Surgeon at Dermatology Consulting Services in High Point, North Carolina.hair. dye. not appropriate for female patients who desire more color darkening than the product can provide and who are likely to undergo permanent ... They can also be applied to selected areas of the scalp to create multi-colored hair.
|Author||:||Zoe Diana Draelos|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2004-12-29|