Cosmetology - Courses

1500 HOURS – 45.45 WEEKS DAYTIME; 78.94 WEEKS EVENINGS Description:

The primary purpose of the Cosmetology Course is to train the student in the basic manipulative skills, safety judgments, proper work habits, and desirable attitudes necessary to pass the State Board examination and for competency in job entry-level positions in Cosmetology or related career field.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course requirements, the determined graduate will be able to:

  • Project a positive attitude and a sense of personal integrity and self-confidence.
  • Practice proper grooming and effective communications skills and visual poise.
  • Understand employer-employee relationships and respect the need to deliver worthy service for value received.
  • Perform the basic manipulative skills including hair styling, shaping, bleaching, tinting, chemical reformation, scalp/hair conditioning, facials, manicures, pedicures and nail extensions.
  • Perform the basic analytical skills to determine proper makeup, hairstyle, and color application for the client’s best overall look.
  • Apply the theory, technical information and related matter to assure sound judgments, decisions, and procedures

To ensure continued career success, the graduate will continue to learn new and current information related to techniques, trends, fashions, and methods for career development in cosmetology and related fields.

HOURS SUBJECT – UNIT
50 STUDENT NEEDS and ORIENTATION: School rules and regulations; school tour; dress code; course requirements; clinic floor procedure and student specific needs. SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTS
40 SANITATION: Personal, public, methods, chemistry, safety precautions, first aid; infection control; products, tools, and equipment use and safety, bacteriology, biology.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
35 HAIR AND SCALP: Structure; composition; blood, nerve, muscle supply and function; growth and regeneration; analysis; conditions and disorders
20 SKIN: Structure, function, blood and nerve supply and function, conditions, disorders
20 NAILS: Structure, composition, growth and regeneration, irregularities, disorders, and diseases
PHYSICAL SERVICES AND RELATED CHEMISTRY
35 SHAMPOOS AND RINSES: Purpose and effects; materials and supplies; types of shampoos; types of rinses; procedures; related chemistry; client protection
35 SCALP AND HAIR CARE: Purpose and effects; materials and supplies; types of scalp treatments; procedures; safety measures; related chemistry
150 FACIALS AND MAKEUP: Purpose and effects of massage movements; materials, implements, and supplies; facial nerves and muscles; facial procedures and skin chemical procedures; related chemistry; application and effects of makeup; hair removal; eyebrow arching; lash and brow tinting; safety procedures
180 MANICURING: Artificial nails – purpose and effects; equipment, supplies, and implements; procedures; related chemistry; safety precautions
CHEMICAL SERVICES
175 HAIRCOLORING: Purpose and effects; materials and supplies; scalp and hair analysis; classification and types; color selection; procedures; corrective measures; fillers and conditioners; removal of artificial color; special effects; related chemistry; safety precautions
150 CHEMICAL WAVING: Purpose and effects; materials and supplies; scalp and hair analysis; chemical classification; procedures; special effects; special hair problems; related chemistry; safety measures
125 CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXING: Purpose and effects; materials and supplies; scalp and hair analysis; chemical classification; procedures; special hair problems; related chemistry; safety measures
HAIR DESIGNING
150 HAIR SHAPING: Purpose and effects; materials, supplies, implements; techniques; use of implements; designing; safety measures
125 HAIR STYLING: Purpose and effects; materials and supplies; finger waving and shaping; curl formation; comb-out techniques
75 THERMAL TECHNIQUES: Hair and scalp analysis; materials, supplies, and implements; hair pressing; thermal curling and waving; safety measures
10 CARE AND STYLING OF HAIR PIECES
75 BUSINESS PRACTICES: Fundamentals of Business Management practices; salon development, insurance; client records; salesmanship; compensation packages and payroll deductions; effective communications and human relations; professional ethics
50 STATE LAWS: State Law; rules and regulations; licensing and certification requirements
1500 TOTAL

Cosmetology program requirements as set forth by Entourage Institute of Beauty and Esthetics, meet and exceed the requirements set by the Kansas State Board of Cosmetology.

Cosmetology Practical Requirements

REQUIREMENTS CATEGORY DEFINITIONS
180 SANITATION: The act of preventing the growth of germs and bacteria or destroying them. Students must perform daily sanitation tasks on implements, equipment and facilities to prevent the spread of disease and bacteria.
30 PIN CURL SETS
30 COMPLETE PINCURLS AND WAVES
60 ROLLER SETS
105 COMPLETE COMB OUTS
75 THERMAL CURLING IRON SETS
75 THERMAL BLOW DRY STYLING
100 SCISSOR HAIR CUTTING
40 RAZOR HAIR CUTTING
30 CHEMICAL WAVING
30 CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXING
60 HAIR COLORING: Semi-permanent color, tints, toners
90 HAIR LIGHTENING: Bleaches, tipping, highlighting, frosts
50 MANICURING: Plain and hot oil manicures, pedicures, tips, overlays, sculptured nails, re-bases, wrapping, polishing.
63 SKIN CARE SERVICES: Skin analysis and care, plain facials, mask facials, facial manipulations, exfoliation, makeup application, hair removal, brow arching, waxing, lash/brow tinting.
30 CLIENT COMMUNICATIONS: Evaluated presentations of student’s ability to interact with the client, build client retention, obtain referrals and upgrade tickets.
30 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Evaluation of business administration performance including reception desk procedures, inventory, telephone technique, salon business projects, salon field trip reports, etc.
1078 TOTAL