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24 Hour CE Update for North Carolina Cosmetologists
The online course consists of:
- The Basics of Color: History, Hair Structure & the Color Wheel Component (2 CE hours)
- Be in High Demand & Earn Your Worth (2 CE hours)
- Building Client Relationships: Communication Skills for Salon Professionals (4 CE hours)
- Disorders & Diseases of the Scalp (5 CE hours)
- How to Build a Better Haircut (2 CE hours)
- Latest Update on Chemical Peels (2 CE hours)
- Personalizing the Color Experience: Evaluation, Personalization & Products (2 CE hours)
- Sanitation, Sterilization & Infection Control (3 CE hours)
- Shaping, Styling & Maintaining Wigs & Hairpieces (2 CE hours)
8-Hour Continuing Education for North Carolina Salon Professionals
- Chapter 1: Be in High Demand and Earn Your Worth ~ 2 CE hours
- Chapter 2: The Conditions that Cause Changes in Aging Nail and Skin ~ 2 CE hours
- Chapter 3: Sanitation, Sterilization and Infection Control ~ 2 CE hours
- Chapter 4: Skin Care Essentials and the New Manicure/Pedicure ~ 2 CE hours
Understanding and Treatment of Acne
- Define acne.
- Repeat current statistics on acne and acne treatments.
- Describe myths associated with acne.
- Recognize the social and emotional impact that acne can have on the sufferer.
- Identify and list triggers associated with the development of acne.
- Identify acne types (descriptions of individual lesions and conditions).
- Recognize skin conditions that can be mistaken for acne.
- Explain the factors that contribute to the formation of adult acne.
- Repeat guidelines for skin care treatments, equipment and over-the-counter medications used to treat acne.
- Repeat guidelines for physician referrals, treatment options, and medications.
- Recognize how to treat acne in the skin of people of color.
- Explain benefits and side effects associated with treatments and medications.
- Explain how acne scarring occurs.
- Identify the different types of acne scars.
- Discuss options for addressing acne in children, teens, and adults, including special considerations for adult women and pregnant women.
The Manicuring Industry in the 21st Century
- Describe the symptoms of people who are allergic to EMA.
- Name the first symptom usually evident when one is allergic to polish.
- Name the three chemicals that are being formulated out of polishes.
- Explain why manicuring has become popular again in the nail industry.
- List five conditions that must be on the health history sheet.
- List three conditions that disqualify clients from soaking.
- Provide the reasons for not trimming cuticles.
- Describe a soakless pedicure.
- List three reasons why a patient would have a soakless pedicure.
The Conditions that Cause Changes in Aging Nails and Skin
- Describe the conditions that affect the nails and skin in aging clients.
- Identify the most common symptoms, causes, and possible treatments of nail conditions.
- Determine when to refer clients to a physician.
- Identify the appropriate type of physician to refer clients to.
- Develop the client and service provider relationship and improve the way clients are treated when it comes to nail and skin conditions.
The Basics of Color: History, Hair Structure & The Color Wheel Component
- Review the structure of the hair strand to better interpret what you observe during analysis.
- Categorize the internal bonds and calculate their impact on color in the hair strand.
- Recognize the characteristics of the types of melanin and their production process.
- Distinguish a natural hair color shade’s underlying pigment components using the law of color.
Skin Care Essentials
- The skin and its functions.
- Analyzing the types of skin.
- Skin diseases and disorders.
- Client consultation.
- Skin treatment products
Shaping, Styling & Maintaining Wigs & Hairpieces
- Identify the appropriate cutting instruments to use on human hair wigs and synthetic pieces.
- Apply the procedure of cutting the “basic layered cut” with shears or clippers.
- Explain the different effects achieved when using a razor on human hair wigs and hair pieces.
- Describe the basic guidelines in selecting which wig styles are most appropriate and which will achieve the best results for that particular client.
- Explain the basic fundamental principles in cleaning and repairing a wig or hairpiece.
- Define at least five (5) common types of hair pieces.
- Illustrate the appropriate method to put on a man’s toupee or hairpiece.
Sanitation, Sterilization & Infection Control
- Describe recent events that require your knowledge of sanitation techniques.
- Explain the difference between pathogenic and nonpathogenic bacteria.
- Contrast disinfectants and antiseptics. Explain the significance of these differences.
- Describe the steps necessary to properly sanitize your hands, as well as how to disinfect, handle, and store tools appropriately.
- List infection control responsibilities within the cosmetology profession.
- List infection control responsibilities according to universal sanitation precautions.
- Contrast sanitation and sterilization. Explain the significance of these differences.
Personalizing the Color Experience: Evaluation, Personalization & Products
- Recognize which hair textures cause results to vary from manufacturer color swatches when tinting.
- Identify results of using specific types of coloring agents on various hair types based on their ingredients.
- Distinguish the strengths of developers for use in various hair color products.
- Maintain the integrity of the hair strand by confidently applying the appropriate type of product.
- Perform a pre-service analysis that will lock in the essential information of: What do we want, what do we have, and what are we missing?
Nail Care Services, Yesterday and Today
- Describe the three treatment benefits of paraffin services.
- Describe the two ways essential oils work.
- State the purpose of LED and specify the wavelength of those used in manicures and pedicures.
- Describe how LED is used in a service.
- State where Mycobacterium fortuitum is usually found.
- Explain the purpose of a health questionnaire for nail salons.
- List the steps to qualify clients for pedicures.
- Describe the differences between traditional and skin carebased manicures and pedicures.
- List the reasons for performing soakless manicures and pedicures.
- Describe the soakless manicure and pedicure protocols.
- Perform analysis of the skin and nails on manicuring and pedicuring clients.
- List the treatments and home care products for the seven skin conditions of the hands and feet.
- Describe how ingredients are listed on retail labels.
- List nail conditions and their treatment.
- Explain the steps and theories in color analysis for your client.
- List the hair colors that flatter cool-toned persons and warm-toned persons.
- Explain the seasonal theory of color and how to use it to help clients with wardrobe colors and other fashion advice.
- Define and list primary colors, secondary colors and tertiary colors.
- List the essential tools for makeup application.
- List characteristics to consider when buying makeup brushes.
- Explain how eye concealers and correctors work.
- List the different types of foundations and the skin types they each enhance.
- List considerations to make when selecting powder.
- Describe features of common facial shapes and techniques to enhance them.
- Describe how to enhance eyes with corrective makeup techniques.
- List blush types and formulas available and how each is used.
- List types and formulas available for lip color and their characteristics.
- Describe ways to contour the eyes with makeup.
- List eyeliner types and formulas.
- List eyeliner dos and don’ts.
- List mascara types and formulas and how each is used.
- Describe the proper way to apply mascara.
Latest Update on Chemical Peels
- Explain the development of esthetics as a profession.
- Name and describe at least the (3) three types of chemical peels available.
- Describe the top (3) three chemical solutions used in various types of peels.
- Apply the Fitzpatrick Classification Scale to assess a client’s skin and make appropriate recommendations for treatment.
How to Build a Better Haircut
- Recognize the basic elements that create the necessary building blocks for haircut development.
- Review the types of hair parts, parting patterns and their direction.
- Identify the types of cutting methods and recognize the result of pairing parting direction with variations in distribution.
- Differentiate the influence on the hair when using various types of cutting tools.
- Identify the results of using specific cutting tools and hand positions on various hair types.
- Identify methods of altering cut components for density, texture, natural hairlines and curl patterns that may interfere with finished designs.
- Construct haircuts that will provide confidence in clients by complimenting the head shape and facial contours, based on bone structure and underlying tissues.
- Confidently apply the appropriate hair cutting technique while using the most effective implement for successful results.
Disorders & Diseases of the Scalp
- Describe the anatomy of the skin.
- List the layers of the skin and their functions.
- Describe the glands of the skin.
- Define the classifications of bacteria.
- Describe the lesions you might encounter when serving a client.
- List disorders of the sebaceous glands.
- Describe the kinds of acne that people may have.
- Describe the kinds of dandruff you might see on a client’s scalp.
- List the symptoms and signs of contact dermatitis and skin allergies.
- List common diseases of the scalp.
- Describe the steps you must take to prevent transmission of disease at your salon.
- Describe universal precautions.
- Describe the structure of hair.
- Describe the chemical composition of hair.
- Describe the growth cycles of hair.
- List the evaluations to consider when you analyze hair and scalps.
- List the types of baldness clients may experience.
- Name the products approved for treatment of hair loss.
Chemical Makeup and Conditions of the Skin
- Describe the basic anatomy and chemical composition of skin.
- List some common skin care mistakes.
- Explain the significance of material safety data sheets.
- Identify the role of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
- Associate common symptoms with conditions and diseases of skin.
Chemical Makeup & Conditions of the Nail
- Identify the structures of the nail.
- Associate common symptoms with conditions and diseases of the skin and nails.
- List common disorders and conditions of the nail that can and cannot be treated in a salon.
- Identify some common risks to the nail technician and client, and how to avoid them.
- Define MMA and describe some dangers related to its use.
Building Client Relationships: Communication Skills for Salon Professionals
- Client Communications - Working with both friendly and difficult customers. Direct & indirect communications: In-person, on the phone and by e-mail.
Be in High Demand & Earn Your Worth
- Perform evaluations on yourself and your business.
- Describe the steps you can use to ensure salon visits are consistently exceptional.
- Identify who you are as a beauty professional and why this matters.
- Describe the process you will use to design a suitable and reasonable pricing structure.
- Discuss why competitive pricing matters.
- State clearly how to maintain professionalism in your facility.
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The Basics of Color: History, Hair Structure & the Color Wheel Component (2 CE hours)
Be in High Demand & Earn Your Worth (2 CE hours)
Building Client Relationships: Communication Skills for Salon Professionals (4 CE hours)
Disorders & Diseases of the Scalp (5 CE hours)
How to Build a Better Haircut (2 CE hours)
Latest Update on Chemical Peels (2 CE hours)
Personalizing the Color Experience: Evaluation, Personalization & Products (2 CE hours)
Sanitation, Sterilization & Infection Control (3 CE hours)
Shaping, Styling & Maintaining Wigs & Hairpieces (2 CE hours)