Tressa

Tressa Zone Control Wave

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Normal - Zone Control pH 7.7

• The only waves on the market that rejoin all three bonds simultaneously by way of our patented Triple Bonding Neutralizer.

• Our waves guarantee uniform, controlled curl pattern that mimic naturally curly or wavy hair while sealing and smoothing the cuticle, leaving hair shiny and in excellent condition.

• Easy maintenance starts with the first day. Shampoo immediately!

• Our systems approach allows you to choose the right wave and technique for every client, no matter hair type or condition.

WHAT ELSE YOU NEED TO KNOW
Buffered Acid pH 7.7



Features and Benefits:

• Self-heating - no dryer heat required

• Stop action to prevent over processing

• Ensures even wave pattern throughout multi-porosity hair

• Recommended for Rod to Roller technique



Expectations:

• Even wave pattern in virgin hair and porous textures of hair

• Soft but supportive curl/wave formation

Sink or Swim Test
Float a clean, dry hair in a bowl of water. After a moment, does it stay floating atop the water or does it sink under? Floating hair indicates healthy porosity, which means the hair is healthy enough to receive a chemical service.
Hair under the water is too porous and should not be waved. Remove the hair from the water and towel dry it. Now you are ready to perform the IT test.
Internal Tension (IT) Test
Take the strand of hair between the thumb and forefinger of each hand, about 1 ½-2 inches apart. Slowly bring your thumbs toward each other. The hair will form an arc. As you continue to move your hands together, the hair will suddenly twist and form a loop.
THE SIZE OF THE LOOP INDICATES THE SIZE OF ROD OR TOOL YOU WILL NEED TO USE TO SHIFT THE BONDS IN THAT HAIR.

Normal - Zone Control pH 7.7

Zone Control takes control of the varying porosities and adjusts to the strength each hair strand needs. Dithio provides stop action when enough bonds have been shifted, avoiding overprocessing. Exothermic heat pumps up the muscle of this acid wave. Expect a soft -but -supportive, even curl formation and volume.

  • For hair types that have multiple porosities, normal, previously permed or highlighted under 50%.
  • Not recommended for hair types that are tinted or double-processed bleached.
  • Techniques that work well with this perm are Conventional, Rod-to-Roller, Crop Top and Spiral.

Processing Guidelines:

 Zone Control processes at room temperature, away from drafts or HVAC vents. This helps to maintain the gentle warmth of the exothermic action.

Begin Test Curls at 20 minutes to prevent heat from escaping from cap. Average processing time 20-25 minutes.

Tips: Since Zone Control is an exothermic perm, bottle "B" and tube "A" need to be at room temperature prior to mixing. Do not mix the solution until ready to apply.

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