CBSE Class 6 English - Revision (3)
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Before giving your hair a shampoo brush and comb it thoroughly so that no tangles remain. Then wet the hair all over by dipping it in warm water. Half of the shampoo which should be already prepared, may now be poured on to the scalp. Rub it well in by pressing hard with the fingers, till a thick, lather is obtained. Leave the hair itself to the last, when it can be rubbed between the hands, Rinse off the lather and apply of the rest of the shampoo as before. This time rinse very thoroughly. When there is no sign of the shampoo left, squeeze out as much water as you can and then wrap the head in a ward towel and press out still more. Dry off by using another warm towel. If possible it is good to finish by lifting the hair blow out in the fresh air and sunshine. In winter, finish drying it by sitting near, but not right in front of the fire. Do not let the hair get too hot, as excessive heat dries the natural oil out of the hair.
Answer the following questions :-
1. What should you do before giving your hair a shampoo?
2. What do you do after rinsing off the first lather?
3. What is the best way to finish drying your hair on a fine day?
4. You should not let your hair get too hot. Why?
5. How much of the shampoo should you pour on the first time?
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