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Scalp Massage (Continuing Education)

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Scalp Massage

1. 
Scalp massages can:
  1. Decrease stress
  2. Increase mood
  3. Promote hair growth
  4. All of the above.
2. 
Two basic types of scalp massages are:
  1. Soft or hard.
  2. Effleurage and petrissage.
  3. Tension or health.
  4. None of the above.
3. 
Effleurage is when the stylist uses:
  1. Long soft strokes.
  2. Pressure
  3. Circular, stroking movements.
  4. Scratching.
4. 
Petrissage is:
  1. Gentle kneading and lifting of the scalp.
  2. A type of tea that you drink after the massage.
  3. A circular motion.
  4. None of the above.
5. 
Scalp massages should start at the                      of the scalp and work towards the                     .
  1. Base and top.
  2. Side and other side.
  3. Back and Front.
  4. Front and back.
6. 
Scalp massages should be gentle but:
  1. Scratch the scalp.
  2. Use firm pressure that is consistent.
  3. Hard enough to relieve stress.
  4. None of the above.
7. 
Too much pressure should be avoided at these spots:
  1. Temples
  2. Top of head and behind ears.
  3. A and D
  4. Nape of neck
8. 
Taking deep breaths throughout your massage is very beneficial because you will:
  1. Increase blood pressure
  2. Increase oxygen flow in the body.
  3. Decrease heart rate.
  4. None of the above.
9. 
Increased blood flow in the body:
  1. Allows cells to function at their fullest potential.
  2. Will increase your appetite and promote hair growth.
  3. Will not make any changes.
  4. A and B
10. 
Scalp massages should be done in the proper atmosphere, one that is:
  1. Quiet and calming
  2. Loud and busy.
  3. Comfort of your home.
  4. All of the above.

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