History & Modern Day Cosmetology Career Path Class 1
Students will learn about the origins of appearance enhancement. What kind of materials (milk, henna, etc) that were used. What some of the career opportunities available to licensed beauty practitioners are today.
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COSMETOLOGY (ages 13-18) (Section A) Orientation Class 1 of 4 HISTORY OF COSMETOLOGY & CAREERS In this class students will learn about Cosmetology. How Cosmetology is a term used to encompass a broad range of specialty areas. Specialty areas in Cosmetology are hair-styling, nail technology, and esthetics. Students will learn that Cosmetology is defined as the art and science of beautifying and improving the skin, nails, and hair. Students will learn that Cosmetology also includes the study...
Below are some examples of the topics we will read, discuss and learn about in this class. What can you do with a Cosmetology License? How to Become a licensed Cosmetologist. Cosmetology Licensing What exactly is Cosmetology? Why study Cosmetology History and Career Opportunities? Brief history of Cosmetology ~ The Egyptians - the materials used and mixtures made for skin care. ~ Central and West Africa & Middle East and North Africa (MENA)- Hammam bath, Shea tree, White clay, etc. ~ The Chinese - some ingredients used for nail tinting were beeswax, egg whites, etc. ~The Greeks - used kohl for eyeliner. ~The Romans - for skin care would use a mixture of corn with flour and milk. ~The Middle Ages - had intricate hairstyles, wore lip color. ~The Renaissance - took great pride in their physical appearance and wore elaborate clothing. ~The Victorian Age - for skin care used honey, milk, oatmeal, etc. The Twentieth Century - beauty applications started to follow the trends set by celebrities and society figures. ~ 1901-1910 - makeup invented by Max Factor, that would not cake or crack, even under hot studio lights ~1920s - cosmetic industry grew rapidly. ~1930s - the preheat-perm method was introduced. First nail polish created. The Barber Pole - a symbol of the barber-surgeon, roots in a medical procedure called bloodletting. ~1940s - another method of permanent waving was created. ~1951–2000 - tube mascara introduced, improved hair care and nail products. Hair weaving using foil was introduced for coloring hair. The Twenty-First Century - no fade hair color, age of specialization, Day Spas. Modern Day Career Paths for Cosmetologists - types of career paths cosmetologist can choose to specialize in. A Timeline of Milestones in the Professional Beauty Industry - quick review of what we discussed. Salon Management - Salon owner, Inventory Manager, Educator, Day Spas. *Parents please contact me before class if you have any questions about the material discussed. I would be happy to answer any questions you might have. *Students do not require any experience or knowledge in Cosmetology to take this class. This class and all the classes that follow are to help students gain knowledge in the Cosmetology field, and all the specialty fields Cosmetology has to offer. It is recommended to take the classes in order.
Presently, I am a licensed Cosmetologist with over 25 years experience. This experience is with servicing clients. Teaching new cosmetologist, just starting out assisting in the Hair Salon and Spa. Managing bridal parties, working bridal shows, runway shows and children's birthday parties for hair, skin and nails. I have competed in numerous hair competitions, Including international hair shows in NYC. I have numerous certificates for different types of training in the Cosmetology field. I am a Master Colorist and Stylist. Teachers Assistant for Astor Early Head Start program for Children.
Optional: You would do this Lab before class. It is not required to do this Lab in order to take this class. Egg or Milk Allergy *Please also make sure you do not have a allergy to any of the ingredients listed below. If you do I can offer you a mask with different ingredients to try on your own. Also you can create your own mask with ingredients that are not a allergy to you. I would love to hear about all of them! For fun try creating your very own Egyptian face mask. Let me know how you do and if you like the way your skin feels after removing the mask. You can get creative and have fun creating your own recipes for a face mask. If you come up with some recipes of your own and try them, I would love to hear about them. Let me know if you would use the same recipe or improve it? Please share pictures with me of your ingredients and photos of you with your mask on. Will need a spoon, bowl and a few towels. 1 egg, beaten 1 tablespoon whole milk 1⁄2 teaspoon olive oil 1 tablespoon flour 1⁄4 teaspoon sea salt Mix everything together with a spoon in a bowl until creamy and well-blended. Spread the mixture over your face and neck. Leave it on for 15 minutes. Rinse well with cool water. Pat dry. Enjoy!
Notebook and pencil if you want to take notes. This Lab is optional to do before class. Will need a spoon, bowl and a few towels. INGREDIENTS 1 egg, beaten 1 tablespoon whole milk 1⁄2 teaspoon olive oil 1 tablespoon flour 1⁄4 teaspoon sea salt Mix everything together with a spoon in a bowl until creamy and well-blended. Spread the mixture over your face and neck. Leave it on for 15 minutes. Rinse well with cool water. Pat dry. Enjoy!
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1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
My Cosmetology Professional Educational Trade Resources are referenced/sourced from; (Source 1) Smithsonian - https://www.si.edu/spotlight/health-hygiene-and-beauty - Cosmetics and Personal Care Products in the Medicine and Science Collections- Bibliography (Source 2) Milady's Standard Cosmetology. Milady; 12th edition (Source 3) Milady's Standard Cosmetology. Milady; 13th edition (Source 4) Africa.com (Source 5) www.cnn.com (Source 6) Food.com - recipe for Egyptian face mask (Source 7) World History Encyclopedia - worldhistory.org cosmetics in the Ancient World. (Source 8) Chinadaily.com - How cosmetics were created in Ancient China (Source 9) historyhit.com - The thirteen Dynasties that ruled China in order. (Source 10) globalizationpartners.com - Chinese Makeup history (Source 11) si.edu/ - cosmetics and personal care products in the medicine and science collections (Source 12) happi.com (Source 13) news.bbc.co.uk - news/ wales -Ancient Cosmetics brought to life. (Source 14) Stewart, Susan. cosmetics + perfumes in the Roman World. Gloucestershire: Tempus, 2007, pp. 82 - 95 (Source 15) Angeloglou, Maggie. A history of makeup. London: Studio Vista, 1970, pp. 30 - 32 (Source 16) Dictionary.com (Source 17) https://geology.com/ (Geoscience News and Information)
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Hello, my name is Crystal. I feel learning is fun when it is something that really interests you! I am excited to offer classes in Cosmetology, Herbal Plants, and how to make your own skin care products. I will also be offering classes about...