Objective: To train students in the challenging and fast-growing field of cosmetology. Students will gain competence in all aspects of the field of cosmetology to include: The study of skin care, nail care, hair care, hair shaping, chemical designing and relaxing, permanent waving and hair coloring, business theory and ethics. Numerous positions are available in the field of cosmetology to include: owner or manager of a salon, the entertainment industries, as well as working as an instructor.
Textbooks: Standard Cosmetology Series by Milady, Milady’s 10th Edition, Milady, NewYork, 2008.
|Cosmetology 1500 CL. Hrs.|
|Theory: 690 Cl., Practical 810CL. Total: 1500Cl Hrs.|
|Manicuring & Pedicuring||30||45||75|
|Shampooing & Rinsing||15||15||30|
|Permanent Waving Chemical Relaxing||135||190||325|
|Hair Coloring & Bleaching||120||135||255|
|Skin Care & Make up||30||45||75|
|Wigs, Hairpieces & Related theory||15||15||30|
Clinical Requirements: Minimum performance of 10 hair and scalp treatments; 20 hair styling; 15 tinting; 10 bleaching and frosting procedures; 10 temporary rinses; 10 semi-permanent color; 25 cold permanent waving or chemical relaxing; 20 hair shaping; 5 wig procedures; 30 finger waving and thermal waving; 15 manicures/pedicures; 5 facials and waxing procedures; and 20 sculptured nails procedures. Observation and weekly evaluations will be conducted. The 1500-hour course also prepares the students to take the Virginia Cosmetology Board Exam.