Cosmetology I Syllabus

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1 Cosmetology I Syllabus Summer and Intro weeks 1&2 A. Course overview Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Understand the general objectives of the course of study. 2. Recognize needed lifestyle changes as a full time student. 3. Clock in and out correctly. 4. Understand the various rules and policies implemented by the school. 5. Know the completion, licensure and placements rates of the school. B. History and Career Opportunities Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Describe the origins of hairstyling and barbering. 2. Name some of the pioneers of modern cosmetology and discuss their roles in its development. 3. Describe the advancements made in cosmetology during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. 4. List the career opportunities available to a licensed cosmetologist C. Life skills Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. List the principles that contribute to personal and professional success. 2. Explain the concept of self-management. 3. Create a personal mission statement. 4. Explain how to set long- and short-term goals. 5. Discuss the most effective ways to manage time. 6. Describe good study habits. 7. Define ethics. 8. List the characteristics of a healthy, positive attitude. D. Professional image Upon completion of the lesson, the student will be able to: 1. Explain the concept of wellness as it relates to image. 2. List the basic habits of daily personal hygiene. 3. Explain the concept of dressing for success. 4. Describe methods for reducing stress. 5. Identify the basic principles of sound nutrition, and exercise. 6. Demonstrate ways to improve posture, both standing and sitting. 7. Demonstrate an understanding of ergonomic principles and ergonomically correct postures and movement. WK2 E. Communicating for success Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Explain the basic processes of effective communication. 2. Assess a client s needs based on the total look concept. 3. Conduct a successful client consultation. 4. Handle delicate communication with your clients. 5. Build open lines of communication with coworkers and salon managers. 1

2 F. Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations TDLR Upon completion of the lesson, the student will be able to 1. Understand and implement the importance of consumer safety and general safety procedures. 2. Evaluate sanitation procedures I Six Weeks 3-6 Introduction to hands on applications. A. Infection Control 5 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Understand state laws and rules and the differences between them 2. List the types and classifications of bacteria 3. Define hepatitis and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and explain they are transmitted 4. Explain the differences between cleaning, disinfecting and sterilizing 5. List the types of disinfectants and how they are used 6. Discuss Universal Precautions Explain the differences between sterilization, disinfecting, and sanitation. 7. List your responsibilities as a salon professional 8. Describe how to safely clean and disinfect salon tools and implements. Wk3 Wk 4 B. Basics of Chemistry12 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Explain the difference between organic and inorganic chemistry. 2. Describe the different states of matt4er: solid, liquid, and gas 3. Describe oxidation-reduction (redox) reactions 4. Explain the differences between pure substances 5. Explain the difference among solutions, suspensions, and emulsions. 6. Explain PH and the PH Scale. C. Properties of the Hair and Scalp 11 Upon completion of the lesson, the Student 1. Name and describe the structures of the hair root. 2. List and describe the three main layers of the hair shaft. 3. Describe the three types of side bonds in the cortex. 4. Describe hair growth cycles. 5. Discuss the different types of hair loss and their causes. 6. Describe the options for hair loss treatment. 7. Recognize hair and scalp disorders commonly seen in the salon and school, and know which ones can be treated by cosmetologists. 8. List and describe factors that should be considered in a hair and scalp analysis D. Scalp Care, Shampooing, and Conditioning 15 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Explain the two most important requirements for scalp care 2. Describe the benefits of scalp massage 3. Treat scalp and hair that are dry, oily, or dandruff ridden. 4. Explain the relationship of hair brushing to a healthy scalp. 5. Discuss the uses and benefits of the various types of shampoo. 6. Discuss the uses and benefits of the various types of conditioner. 7. Demonstrate the appropriate draping for a basic shampooing and conditioning, and draping for a chemical service 8. Identify the Three-Part Procedure and explain why it is useful. 2

3 Wk5 E. Haircoloring Color Theory Upon completion of the lesson, the student will 1. List the reasons why people color their hair. 2. Explain how the hair s porosity affects haircolor. 3. Understand the types of melanin found in hair 4. Define and identify levels and their role in formulating haircolor. 5. Identify primary, secondary, and tertiary colors. 6. Know what roles tone and intensity play in haircolor 7. List and describe the level and tone and their role in formulating haircolor. c. List the four basic categories of haircolor, explain their chemical effect on the hair, and give examples of their use. d. Explain the action of hair lighteners. II Six Weeks 2. Haircoloring Procedures Upon completion of the lesson, the student will a. Demonstrate the application techniques for temporary colors. b. Demonstrate the application techniques for traditional semipermanent colors. c. Demonstrate the application techniques for demipermanent colors. d. Demonstrate the application techniques for permanent colors. e. Demonstrate the application techniques for lighteners 3. Special Effects Haircoloring, Special Problems and Color Corrections Upon completion of the lesson, the student will a. Demonstrate special effects haircoloring techniques: the cap technique; foil technique; balayage technique. b. Understand special problems encountered in haircoloring. c. List safety precautions in haircoloring. Wk1 A. Principles of hair Design 14 Upon completion of the lesson, the student will 1. List the five elements of hair design. 2. List the five principles of hair design. 3. Identify different facial shapes. 4. Demonstrate how to design hairstyles to enhance or camouflage facial features. 5. Explain design considerations for men. Wk2&3 B. Hairstyling Wet Upon completion of the lesson, the student a. Demonstrate the techniques of a) finger waving, b) pin curls, c) roller setting, and d) hair wrapping. 2. Dry Upon completion of the lesson, the student a. Demonstrate three basic techniques of styling long hair. b. Demonstrate various blow-dry styling techniques. c. Demonstrate the proper use of thermal irons. d. Demonstrate various thermal iron manipulations and explain how they are used. 3

4 3. Thermal Hair Straightening / Pressing Upon completion of the lesson, the student should a. Describe the three types of hair presses. b. Demonstrate the procedures for soft pressing and hard pressing. wk 4-5 C. Haircutting 16 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Identify reference points on the head form and understand their role in haircutting. 2. Define angles, elevations, and guidelines. 3. List the factors involved in a successful client consultation. 4. Demonstrate the safe and proper use of the various tools of haircutting. III SIX WEEKS Wk1 A. Braiding and Braid extensions 18 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Perform a client consultation with respect to hair braiding. 2. Explain how to prepare the hair for braiding. 3. Demonstrate the procedures for the invisible braid, rope braid, and fishtail braid. 4. Demonstrate the procedures for single braids, with and without extensions. 5. Demonstrate the procedures for cornrowing, with and without extensions. Wk2 B. Wigs and Hair Additions 19 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. List the elements of a client consultation for wig services. 2. Explain the differences between human-hair and synthetic wigs. 3. Describe the two basic categories of wigs. 4. Demonstrate the procedure for taking wig measurements. 5. Demonstrate the procedure for putting on a wig. 6. Describe the various types of hairpieces and their uses. 7. Explain the various methods of attaching extensions. Wk3&4 C. Chemical Texture Services Permanent Waving Upon completion of the lesson, the student will a. List the factors of a hair analysis for chemical texture services. b. Explain the physical and chemical actions that take place during permanent waving. c. List and describe the various types of permanent waving solutions. d. Demonstrate basic wrapping procedures: straight set, curvature wrap, bricklay wrap, weave wrap, double tool wrap, and spiral wrap 2. Chemical Relaxing Upon completion of the lesson, the student will a. Describe the procedure for chemical hair relaxing. b. Explain the basic procedure for a soft curl permanent. c. Demonstrate procedures for chemical hair relaxing and for a soft curl permanent WK 5 PREPARE FOR MIDTERMS AND SPA-TACULAR!! 4

5 Cosmetology I Syllabus 2 nd Semester IV Six Weeks WK1 A. SKIN DISEASES & DISORDERS 8 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Describe the aging process and the factors that influence aging of the skin. 2. Define important terms relating to skin disorders. 3. Discuss which skin disorders may be handled in the salon and which should be referred to a physician. B. HAIR REMOVAL 22 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Describe the elements of a client consultation for hair removal. 2. Name the conditions that contraindicate hair removal in the salon. 3. List the two main classifications of hair removal and give examples of each. 4. Identify and describe three methods of permanent hair removal. 5. Demonstrate the techniques involved in temporary hair removal. 6. List the safety and sanitation precautions for hair removal. C. FACIALS 23 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. List and describe different skin types and skin conditions. 2. Understand contraindications and the use of health-screening forms to safely perform facial treatments. 3. Identify the various types of massage movements and their physiological effects. 4. Describe different types of products used in facial treatments. 5. Understand the basic types of electrical equipment used in facial treatments. 6. Demonstrate the procedure for a basic facial. D. FACIAL MAKEUP 24 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Describe the different types of cosmetics and their uses. 2. Demonstrate an understanding of cosmetic color theory. 3. Demonstrate a basic makeup procedure for any occasion. 4. Identify different facial types and demonstrate procedures for basic corrective makeup. 5. Demonstrate the application and removal of artificial lashes. 6. List safety measures to be followed during makeup application. V Six Weeks A. NAIL DISEASES & DISORDERS 10 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. List and describe the various disorders and irregularities of nails. 2. Recognize diseases of the nails that should not be treated in the salon. 5

6 B. MANICURING 25 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Identify the four types of nail implements and/or tools required to perform a manicure. 2. Demonstrate the safe and correct handling of nail implements and tools. 3. Exhibit the proper set up of a manicuring table. 4. Demonstrate the necessary three-part procedure requirements for nail services. 5. Identify the five basic nail shapes. 6. Perform a basic and conditioning hot oil manicure incorporating all safety, sanitation, and disinfection requirements. 7. Demonstrate the correct technique for the application of nail polish. 8. Perform the five basic nail polish applications. 9. Perform the hand and arm massage movements associated with manicuring. 10. Perform a paraffin wax hand treatment. 11. Display all sanitation, disinfection, and safety requirements essential to nail and hand care services. 12. Define and understand aromatherapy. 13. Identify carrier oils and understand their use. 14. Understand how aromatherapy can be incorporated into a service. C. PEDICURING 26 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Identify the equipment and materials needed for a pedicure and explain. 2. List the steps in the pedicure pre-service procedure. 3. Demonstrate the proper procedures and precautions for a pedicure. 4. Describe the proper technique to use in filing toenails. 5. Describe the proper technique for trimming the nails. 6. Demonstrate the ability to perform foot massage properly. 7. Understand proper cleaning and disinfecting of pedicure equipment D. NAIL TIPS & WRAPS 27 Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Identify the supplies needed for nail tips and explain why they are needed. 2. Identify the three types of nail tips. 3. Demonstrate the proper procedure and precautions to use in applying nail tips. 4. Demonstrate the proper removal of tips. 5. List four kinds of nail wraps and what they are used for. 6. Explain benefits of using silk, linen, fiberglass, and paper wraps. 7. Demonstrate the proper procedures and precautions to use in fabric wrap application. 8. Describe the maintenance of fabric wrap including a description of the 2-week and 4-week re-balance. 9. Explain how to use fabric wrap for crack repairs. 10. Demonstrate the proper procedure and precautions for fabric wrap removal. 11. Define no-light gels. 12. Demonstrate the proper procedures for applying no-light gels. E. MONOMER LIQUID & POLYMER POWDER NAIL ENHANCEMENTS Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Explain acrylic (methacrylate) nail enhancement chemistry and how it works. 2. List supplies needed for acrylic (methacrylate) nail enhancement applications. 3. Demonstrate the proper procedures for applying acrylic (methacrylate) nail enhancements using forms, over tips, and on natural nails. 4. Practice safety precautions involving the application of nail primers. 5. Describe the proper procedure for maintaining healthy acrylic (methacrylate) nail enhancements. 6. Perform regular re-balance procedures and repairs. 7. Implement the proper procedure for removal of acrylic (methacrylate) nail enhancements. 8. Explain how the application of odorless acrylic (methacrylate) products differs from the application of traditional acrylic products. 6

7 F. UV GELS Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Describe the chemistry and main ingredients of UV gels. 2. Identify the supplies needed for UV gel application. 3. Demonstrate the proper procedures for maintaining UV gel services using forms, over tips, and on natural nails. 4. Demonstrate the one-color and two-color method for applying UV gels. 5. Explain how to safely and correctly remove UV gels VI Six Weeks GD. STATE BOARD EXAMS or TDLR TESTING, and PSI. Upon completion of the lesson, the student 1. Understand the various rules and policies implemented by PSI. 2. Know how to find completion, licensure, and placements rates of the school on TDLR s website. 3. Identify with the topic outline of the written examination 4. Know the importance of have proper identification for the Practical and Written examinations 5. Understand the importance of general safety procedures and packing for the practical examination. 6. Identify with the intricate details of the practical examination 7. Demonstrate the ability to complete a State board Pre-Exam Set Up and Disinfection timed 8. Demonstrate the ability to complete a State board Manicure Service (Model) timed 9. Demonstrate the ability to complete a State board Facial Service (Model) 10. Demonstrate the ability to complete a State board Chemical Service (Manikin) timed 11. Demonstrate the ability to complete a State board Shampooing Service 12. Demonstrate the ability to complete a State board Hair Shaping Service 13. Demonstrate the ability to complete a State board Permanent Waving Service 14. Demonstrate the ability to complete a State board Curl Demonstration and Roller Placement Service, 15. Demonstrate the ability to complete a State board Blow Drying and Thermal Curling Service, 16. Demonstrate the ability to complete a State board End of Exam Disinfection 7

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