1. Plan your speech, considering what your introduction, main points, and conclusion will include. The introduction includes my key message (thesis). *Speech must be original and written for this assignment; plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited.
2. Organize your speech, following the structure of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence. Your speech should include an introduction, body, and conclusion. The introduction should contain your key message. The body should cover your main topics and support to back up your main points. Make sure that all support is relevant and from credible sources. Your conclusion should summarize your main points and provide a call to action.
3. Create notes or bullet points that you can refer to while presenting your speech. 4. Use selected sources that are credible and support that is relevant. Aim for a speech that is 3 to 5 minutes in length
1. Think of an effective way to incorporate a PowerPoint presentation that will be relevant to your purpose and message and will enhance your speech.
2. Doesn’t matter how many slides as long as your presentation coincide with your speech to keep your audience engaged.
Running head: MAINTAIN HAIR 1
MAINTAIN HAIR 6
How to maintain your hair at home during this pandemic
Topic: “How to maintain your hair at home during this pandemic”
Purpose: To help my clients to be able to maintain their hair properly
Audience: My clients, I know most of them are not hair care savvy because they always come to the salon
Thesis: It is important and possible to have a healthy hair regimen despite the ongoing pandemic which includes a washing, moisturizing, and protective routine.
Source: “How to take care of your hair at home.” Author(s) Name: Caitie Kelly. Retrieved from: https://www.nytimes.co/2020/04/02/t-magazine/home-hair-care-tips-coronavirus.html. Age: One-month-old. When: April 3, 2020, and the website was last updated in 2020. Depth: Covers several tips aimed at educating the public on how to maintain their hair care during the pandemic. Well researched: The article is researched in an in-depth way by providing detailed routines. Content relevance: Provides tips that help maintain hair during the pandemic and it targets clients. Author’s qualification: She is an experienced journalist and researcher. Author’s purpose: Educate individuals on hair care at home. Biases: Promoting individual products to use such as jewelry, hair gels, and sprays. Author’s opinions or facts: Includes both the author’s opinions and is supported by facts from experienced hair experts. Money: The publication is owned and funded by Henry Jarvis Raymond and George Jones. Endorsed items: Winden jewelry, Root Concealer spray, temporary Color Gel, Kristin Ess hair gloss, Playa healing hair masque, and Split end serum. Reputation: An authoritative news publication and has been awarded 130 Pulitzer Prizes.
Source: “Experts share their 7 tips for incredible hair (no matter your texture)”. Author(s) Name: Stylist Beauty Team. Retrieved from: https://www.stylist.co.uk/beauty/the-golden-rules-of-good-hair-care-simple-steps-to-get-beautiful-happy-helathy-hair-celebrity-hairdresser-tips-advice/135381. Age: Published two months ago. When: February 10, 2020. Depth: It covers seven tips on a healthy hair regimen including the type of products to use and their desirable properties. How well researched: The tips cover all hair textures with general and unique ways to take care of all including the appropriate products. Content relevance: It targets clients who would want to still maintain good hair while at home and promotes through research on the best tools. Author’s qualification: it is a group of hairstylists working in the beauty industry. Author’s purpose: They aim at helping people eliminate bad hair days at home. Biases: It is not biased as it targets all hair textures. Author’s opinion or facts: The authors use facts by citing from research reports and experts such as dermatologists. Money: It is sponsored by the Stylist publication. Endorsed items: Percy & Reed’s Perfectly Wonder Wash Shampoo, Bumble, and Bumble’s Gentle Shampoo, KeraCare Hydrating Detangling Shampoo and Moroccanoil’s Hydrating Shampoo. Reputation: It was established in 2009 and has over 400,000 circulations
Source: “How to cut your own hair in self-isolation.” Author (s) Name: Emily Hayes. Retrieved from: https://the-journal.com/articles/173850. Age: Published a month ago. When: April 17, 2020. Depth: provides a detailed explanation of ways to cut hair and the best equipment to use. How well researched: The tips are presented in a step by step manner including opinions from hairstylists. Content relevance: It helps clients to maintain a good hair regimen including cutting it properly to avoid damage. Author’s qualification: The author has experience in researching and reporting on current events. Author’s purpose: To help the public maintain a good hair cut despite being in self- isolation. Biases: No biases. Author’s opinion or facts: The author cites the opinions and recommendations of hair experts. Money: It is sponsored by the Ballatine Communications Inc. Endorsed items: No products. Reputation: It was established by Ballatine Communications Inc. which also maintains other reputable publications.
PART 3: SUPPORT:
SUPPORT 1: Support: According to Kelly (2020), it is essential to use hydrating treatments before and during styling to protect heat damaged hair which requires restorative professional treatments. Type of support: It is an expert opinion that aims at educating the client. Relevance: It helps clients to maintain a healthy hair regimen and reverse any damages.
SUPPORT 2: Support: The Kristin Ess’ Signature Hair Gloss helps to seal and smooth cuticles to promote shine and lock in color (Kelly, 2020). Type of support: It is an example of a product. Relevance: It provides specific products to support a healthy hair regimen at home.
SUPPORT 3: Support: According to Mintel, 33 % of women report their top concern as experiencing hair damage after modifying their washing habits within 12 months (Stylist Beauty Team, 2020). Type of support: It is a statistic. Relevance: Provides real figures and thus guides on the best tips to help clients while at home.
SUPPORT 4: Support: Afro-Caribbean hair is considered the most fragile to damage compared to other hair texture and requires particular processing, styling, and grooming needs and products (Stylist Beauty Team, 2020). Type of support: Definition. Relevance: It caters to clients who have a unique hair type and makes the content more personalized.
SUPPORT 5: Support: According to Hayes (2020), it is important to use sharp scissors to prevent hair ends from having split ends again. Type of support: Expert opinion. Relevance: highlights the best tools to help clients maintain their hair at home.
PART 4: REFLECTION
This activity has helped to reveal that maintaining hair at home is a popular topic. Also, it emphasizes the need to cater to all clients based on their unique hair types.
Hayes, E. (2020). How to cut your own hair in self-isolation. Retrieved from: https://the-journal.com/articles/173850.
Kelly, C. (2020). How to take care of your hair at home. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.co/2020/04/02/t-magazine/home-hair-care-tips-coronavirus.html.
Stylist Beauty Team. (2020). Experts share their 7 tips for incredible hair (no matter your texture). Retrieved from https:///www.stylist.co.uk/beauty/the-golden-rules-of-good-hair-care-simple-steps-to-get-beautiful-happy-healthy-hair-celebrity-hairdresser-tips-advice/135381.
How to maintain healthy hair at home during this pandemic/covid-19
Hello everyone. My name is Tanya. I want to thank you all for coming out.
Today I would like to teach you how to maintain your hair properly during this unprecedented time in history.
*How many of you have seen these disastrous corona haircuts online?
*Or how many of you have tried cutting your hair during this period of isolation?
Granted were are all faced with an unplanned situation where none of us could foreseen a period where all the salons across the world are closed. Covid-19 may be here for a while and therefore it is important for us to take a few tips from a professional hairstylist on how to maintain your hair.
For start I will teach you several simple ways you can use to maintain your hair during this pandemic. It is important and possible to have a healthy hair regimen despite the ongoing pandemic.
This regime includes shampooing, conditioning, moisturizing, and styling.
When it comes to Shampooing there’s 3 types to use a clarifying, color protection, and moisturizing. Shampooing your hair daily removes the natural oils and proteins that are supposed to keep your hair and scalp healthy. Also, you should choose the shampoo that aligns with what you need.
A) clarifying shampoo: Removes all the impurities, chlorine, medication out of the hair preparing a Hair by giving it a deep cleansing.
B) Moisturizing shampoo: Deeply nourishes to ensure south of strands that feels clean without stripping is natural and protective oils.
C) color protective shampoo: a shampoo that preserves and protect hair color while it strengthens and boost shine preventing the hair color from fading
If you have dry or brittle hair, I would suggest using a clarifying and a moisturizing because it’s giving you a deep cleansing and putting moisture back into your hair. If you have color treated hair a clarifying and color protection shampoo is a great combination to use.
When it comes to conditioning your hair theres a plethora of them as well. It’s just like choosing the right kind of shampoo, you have to make sure you’re choosing the right conditioner based on what your hair needs i.e. moisture, hydrating, therapeutic, and protein.
A) moisturizing conditioner: Will do exactly what the name implies, this is a great conditioner for quenching dry hair of any texture by helping restore loss nutrients and locks in moisture. Can be used on normal to dry hair. Processing time up to 10 to 15 minutes
B) hydrating conditioner: Is a moisture-balanced formula that promotes healthy and more manageable Hair. Can be used on all types of hair. Processing time after 10 minutes
C) therapeutic mellow mint conditioner: made up of 16 amino acids working to fortify the hair fiber rebuilding the hair strands. Can be used on dry, brittle and weaken hair. Processing time up to 20 minutes under the dryer with or without a process and cap
D) protein conditioner: Not only is the set invigorating exaggerates the hair strands with silicones and vitamins allowing a Hair to be manageable. Can be used on dry hair. Processing time up to 10 minutes.
If you have color treated hair you would want to use a moisturizing or hydrating conditioner leaving it on for at least 15-20 mins. If your hair is dry and brittle you would want to use a protein to nurture your hair back to where it needs to be, this conditioner should be left on for 20 mins with no plastic cap sit under a hair dryer. Now if you don’t have a hair dryer you will need a processing cap and a damp hand towel, place the damp hand towel in the microwave for 20 secs. You would need to put the processing cap on, then wrap the warm towel around your head covering the plastic cap leave it on for 20 mins. You can do the same for the moisturizing, hydrating and the mellow mint conditioner as well.
When it comes to styling your hair you will need to make sure you have the proper styling agents: leave-in conditioner, heat protective hair oil, hair foam to mold, holding spray or a humidity spray. A Leave-in conditioner is used to replaced anything that was taking out of the hair prepping it to be styled, so everyone need to use this product first. Secondly you could use a foam if your hair is short, this will create a mold affect, prepping the hair to be curled. If your hair is long you would use the leave-in and heat protective hair oil to prep the hair to be blow-dried, curled or round brushed. After the hair has been styled use a light mist of the holding spray or humidity spray to hold the hair in place.
When it comes to cutting your own hair at home. The first thing you should know about cutting your hair during this period is not to cut it, because you could mess your hair up. Which could cost you in the end! Just stay calm everything is going to be ok.
Seriously, cutting your hair short is a tricky business which should be left to the professionals.
Coloring your hair at home, is an ultimate “No No”. Doing so can lead to so many problems to your hair such as breaking off or coming out, shedding, your color may turn another color other than what you’re wanting. This would definitely result in a pricey salon visit once salons reopen. There are temporary options that will cover gray hair like the use of a temporary color gel, color shampoos, hair sprays mascara wands and color pencils, these temporary hair colors will fade after five shampoos and easily rinse off without creating any problems to your hair.
In conclusion, Just because we are in a crisis does not mean you let your just hair run wildly. This is the time to ensure you can take care of your hair… you never know there may be a stylist inside you screaming to get out!
Thanks for coming out!
How To Maintain Healthy Hair at Home During This Pandemic
The pandemic brings an unplanned situation where we have to learn how to maintain our hair.
There are several tips we can follow to ensure that our hair and scalp remain healthy.
These tips ensure we maintain discipline in shampooing, conditioning, moisturizing and styling.
The pandemic brings an unforeseen situation where all the salons are closed and we have to learn self-maintenance of our hair.
Hair maintenance involves a simple routine of washing, moisturizing, and protective routine
Have you seen these disastrous corona hair cuts online?
Have you tried cutting your hair during this pandemic?
Have you seen these crazy haircuts online where a person tried cutting their hair and it ended up being disastrous?
Have you tried cutting you own hair and ended up cutting more than you anticipated?
There are 3 types of shampoos: clarifying, moisturizing and color protective.
Avoid over-shampooing your hair because it removes natural oils, proteins which should keep the hair and the scalp healthy.
Choosing the proper shampoo that aligns with your needs.
Hair should be washed only twice or three times a week in order to keep the hair and scalp healthy.
Avoid over-washing hair because it removes the natural oils and proteins that are supposed to keep the scalp and hair healthy.
3 TYPES OF SHAMPOOS
Removes all the impurities, chlorine, medication out of the hair preparing the hair by giving it a deep cleansing.
Deeply nourishes to ensure softer strands that feels clean without stripping its natural and protective oils.
A shampoo that preserves and protect hair color while it strengthens and boost shine preventing the hair color from fading.
Choosing the correct conditioner is the same as choosing the correct shampoo, it has to align with your needs.
There are several types of conditioners: moisturizing, protein, and hydrating.
All of these conditioners can be used as a deep penetrating conditioner by sitting under the dryer for the maximum time allotted per conditioner.
There are different types of shampoos in the market each targeting the different type of hair.
You should not just use any shampoo and consult your stylist if you do not know which best suite your hair.
The best time to shampoo your hair is when you are going to take a shower.
There are long lasting options that will cover gray hair like the use of a temporary color gel where the shampooed hair should sit for forty minutes and the color fades after five washes.
Moisturizing Conditioner: Will do exactly what the name implies, this is a great conditioner for quenching dry hair of any texture by helping restore lost nutrients and locks in moisture. Can be used on normal to dry hair. Processing Time up to 10-15 mins
Hydrating Conditioner: Is a moisture-balanced formula that promotes healthy and more manageable hair. Can be used on all types of hair. Processing Time up to 10 mins
Protein Conditioner: Made up of 16 amino acids working to fortify the hair fiber rebuilding the hair strands. Can be use on dry, brittle and weaken hair. Processing Time up to 20 mins under the dryer with or without a processing cap.
Therapeutic Mello Mint Conditioning: Not only is the scent invigorating it saturates the hair strands with silicones and vitamins allowing the hair to be manageable. Can be used on dry hair. Processing Time up to 10 mins.
Leave-in Conditioner: Is used to replace anything that was taken out of the hair, prepping it to be style this product should Always be used first.
Heat Protective Hair Oil: Creates a barrier to protect the hair from heat
Hair Foam (short hair): Is used for short hair to mold the hair into a style prepping it to be curled. You can sit under the dryer until your hair is completely dry or wrap your hair and allow it to dry overnight.
Holding Spay or Humidity Blocker: These sprays help lock in your style preventing your curls from falling.
Leave it up to the professionals to cut your hair to refrain from messing up your hair. Causing you to pay in the end.
The hair should be freshly washed and well dried up. Only professionals know how to cut wet hair.
You should twist a section of the hair up with one hand as the other hand hold the hair.
Cut the split ends which should be the size of your pinky finger.
Coloring your hair at home is an ultimate “No, No”
Can lead to many serious problems such as: hair breakage, hair falling out and your hair may turn another color other than what you wanted.
It will definitely result in a pricey salon visit when the salons open back up
Temporary coverage options: color shampoos, color gels, sprays, color mascara wands and color pencils that last up to 4-5 shampoos and rinses off easily.
Take good care of your hair maintain a healthy hair regimen includes using the proper shampoo, conditioner, moisturizing and styling methods.
Avoid letting your hair run wild and not taking care of your hair would create a bigger problem causing you to pay more, once salons and barbershop reopens.
Stay calm and talk to your stylist allow them to guide you in the right direction.
It is important and possible to have a healthy hair regimen despite the ongoing pandemic which includes a washing, moisturizing, and protective routine.
Do not use blunt scissors when cutting hair.
Avoid letting your hair run wild and remember you can get away with anything when your hair is made properly.