Scalping and retail forex trading are mutually exclusive activities.
Forex scalpers are not using 10-minute charts. They're not using 5-minute charts. They're not using 1-minute charts, either. Those are all way too slow for them. They're using ultra fast tick charts, and basing their decisions off the volume of forex futures. They need all kinds of special, professional techniques, skills, software and sources. Don't even think about it.
If the facts above surprise you, then look at it a different way: when you trade spot forex you're trading against your "broker" who is actually your counterparty. If you could scalp profitably, they'd close you down very quickly, because they'd be the ones getting scalped. This is the main point to understand: against any other forex trader, a spot forex counterparty broker can lay off their net liabilities in the underlying market if they want to, but against a scalper, they obviously can't, so it's their own money on the line. You can't do it profitably anyway as a retail trader, and there are loads of different reasons for that, but even if you could, you wouldn't last long anyway, would you? They're not going to let you win their money for ever! And the point is that (unlike their position with any other kind of trader) it really would be their money. Not the market's money, and not their other customers' money either. Not too hard to understand, really?