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Study on the Tensile Strength of Virgin Hair by High-Density Oxidative Dye Application

버진 헤어(Virgin hair)의 고명도(高明渡) 산화염모제 시술에 따른 모발 인장강도 연구

  • 임순녀 (동신대학교 뷰티미용학과) ;
  • 박장순 (송원대학교 뷰티예술학과)
  • Received : 2019.05.17
  • Accepted : 2019.08.20
  • Published : 2019.08.28

Abstract

Modern people are investing a lot of time and economically in their appearance as a means of expressing their aesthetic desires. They have a lot of hair dyes that make up most of their appearance, but their hair damage is serious. Especially, they use hair dyes which are very popular among the hair cosmetics that make up most of their appearance, but their hair damage is serious. The purpose of this study is to investigate the hair tensile strength of hair with oxidative hair dye to induce styling while minimizing hair damage. The results showed that the Max. load, Max. stress, Max. elongation, break load, break stress, break elongation, maximum modulus and tangential modulus according to evaluation interval were significantly different between control and 8N-10N experimental groups. The maximum modulus and tangential modulus for the strain interval did not show tendency to increase or decrease constantly, although there was a difference between the control and experimental group. Therefore this study was conducted to investigate the correlation between hair loss and hair damage through the treatment of high grade oxidative hair dye, which is widely used in ield of industry. We want to provide application data.

Keywords

Virgin hair;Oxidation dyeing agent;Tensile strength;Max. Elongation;Break elongation

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