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How to Cut Hair for an Individual who is Bedridden (2)

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Proceed with your haircut as indicated by the style you choose, and make note of any instances where hairs escape your prepared catch-pockets. You may not need to do anything about it as you go, but you want to make sure you’re able to deal with them when you’re finished.
 
Once the haircut is done, carefully remove the cape and towel, and use your talcum powder liberally to help get rid of any of the rest of the stray hair pieces that may have “got away”. The talcum will also help to prevent itching and irritation should you miss any of those hairs.
 
After you’ve removed the cape, and done the talcum application, you should look for any hairs that escaped and use your small, portable vacuum to clean them away. If they cannot be suctioned by the vacuum because they’re gripping the bedding then you should use your lint roller. The lint roller is also excellent for making sure there are no hair pieces on the individual’s clothing which could lead to itch or irritation.
 
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