Morphological Changes in Hair by the Bleaching Agent's Mixing Conditions

탈색제 혼합 조건에 따른 모발의 형태학적 변화에 관한 연구

  • 주연빈 (동신대학교 뷰티미용학과) ;
  • 김영배 (동방문화대학원대학교) ;
  • 임순녀 (동신대학교 뷰티미용학과)
  • Received : 2017.07.31
  • Accepted : 2017.09.20
  • Published : 2017.09.28


In the rapidly changing 21st century, image management has become more important. Under these circumstances, as a lot of hair colors and beaching agents are used to create diverse hair colors, hair damage resulting from frequent chemical hair coloring has been inevitable. This study investigated how to reduce morphological changes in hair and hair damage after dividing hair into healthy hair('Group A') and damaged hair('Group B'), using the following bleaching agents: basic bleaching agent(a), beaching agent diluted with water(b), oil ingredient-added bleaching agent(c), water-shampoo mixed bleaching agent(d). The results found that even though hair damage can be prevented by a bleaching agent diluted with a mixture of diverse additives, there were better effects on hair texture in both 'Group A(4.83)' and 'Group B(4.41)' at a sensory test when hair was bleached with an addition of Camellia oil, according to blinded experiment, in particular. As a result, hair damage could be reduced. Therefore, this study expects that hair bleaching with an addition of Camellia oil to the mixture of a bleaching agent would bring the development of diverse new materials which can minimize hair damage as well as regulate hair brightness and make a contribution to the development of cosmetology market.


Hair Color;Bleaching Agent;Oil;Mixture;Hair Damage;Brightness


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