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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol 2009;7(2): 23-34.
칠면초를 이용한 모발염색의 연구
The study of Hair Coloring Using Suaeda japonica
Dong-Kyun Seo
This study experimented hair coloring using natural dye such as suaeda japonica. Suaeda japonica was dried in the natural shade for 25 days in summer of the same year and grinded by a machine. 13 natural hair samples were made with the tip (5g) of hair fixed. 6 samples were mordanted, 6 were not mordanted, and 1 was used as a standard sample. As a result of colorimetry using natural hair, suaeda japonica without mordanting had no coloring effect. Although coloring effect wastested again using mordant, all of them had no reaction. On the contrary, colorimetry using bleaching hair suggested that the khaki tone of suaeda japonica. It suggests the possibility of dark coloring. Impatiens balsamina showed clearer and darker color in shorter time than other natural materials. Colorimetry of bleaching hair mordanted showed that suaeda japonica had clear coloring result as time passed. In sum,while suaeda japonica needed longer time to have clear color, impatiens balsamina could have clear color in 1 or 2 hours. Innatural dyeing, natural hair needed bleaching to have clear color. In addition, clear and dark coloring depended on the kind of mordant even under the same condition and time.
Key words: Suaeda japonica, Natural dye, Mordant, Bleaching hair, Colorimetry
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