Getting to know someone in one blog is a little rushed, so I 'll start slow. My full name is Jenna Kiyomi Kamalani Kojima. I was born in Kealakekua, but raised in Waimea, and Kona. My favorite color is black and I love spending time with my family and my other half, Isaac. Some things you probably don 't know about me is that I 'm very into cosmetology.
Career Choice I came to ATA to try and achieve my dream of being a cosmetologist. I have always loved doing hair, I have done my own hair about 32 times in the past 4 years, and I have done my mother’s hair too. Unfortunately, cosmetology here was a 2-year program and I am only here for 1 year. They ended up putting e in nail tech, which I am just as happy with, especially since I have to learn it for cosmetology anyways.
The unofficial guide to embark a thriving hair & beauty studio. I am a firm believer in self-empowerment that is inspired by the art of cosmetology. The way we view our selves will impact everything we encounter with. Presentation is key, especially when your goal is to leave a memorable impression that will gain you capital. The problem is by virtue of the fact how many local hair salons are not progressing the way they intend to do.
When I was in high school, a major interest of mine was cosmetology, particularly the chemistry of cosmetics. While searching the internet one day, I stumbled upon the field of cosmetic chemistry. I was fascinated by the way molecules were synthesized to create a product that could transform the human face. Being a cosmetic chemist would give me the opportunity to combine chemistry and cosmetics, two subjects that seemed so different. However, cosmetic chemistry is a very specific niche, and I was worried that I was pigeonholing myself by choosing such a unique program to pursue.
I would like to attend your college, TCL, for cosmetology. A few years ago, I decided I wanted to major in cosmetology due to the fact that I desire doing hair, makeup, and nails. I have heard that TCL has an amazing cosmetology program and it 's not too long of a distance from where I live. Once I started getting into makeup, I would watch beauty gurus on YouTube so that I could learn how to do my makeup decently. When watching their videos, I started to fall in love with makeup, hair, and nail products.
California has a large number of salons, catering to people from all walks of life. Because of this, there are endless opportunities for cosmetology professionals to ply their trade. However, before one can begin serving clients in a salon setting, certain educational criteria must be met. Namely, students are required to obtain a minimum of 1,600 hours of education and hands-on training to obtain a license to practice. For that, aspiring stylist must enroll in a reputable program at a cosmetology school.
My mother and father have always wanted the best for me, like all good parents do. One of the many things that they expect from me is to receive a college education, something that they never had the chance to do. My parents always advise me to not to make the same mistakes as they did, to go to college so I can get a good job and not have to struggle in my life. With no alternative, my father had to drop out of school to help his family financially after his parents had gotten a divorce, and then he had received his GED.
I grew up with panic disorder, which at points was so crippling I would be unable to leave my house for days on end. In order to cope, I began to immerse myself in practicing music, which was made widely available to me by the band program at my high school. I joined every ensemble I could- marching band, jazz band, theatre ensembles- and the more I played, the less time I had to think about all the things that scared me. The availability of my directors and their passion for music ultimately aided in my ability to overcome the disorder that was slowly destroying me, and I hope to one day be able to do as they did for someone in the future.
On a day like this I think to myself what does life have in store for me? Here I’m going to write about what I hope as I begin taking Social Work courses. I hope to pass all of my courses and graduate one day with my bachelor’s degree from Heritage University. I also hope that after graduating Heritage, I find a job so I can save up money and attend a master’s program because college is not cheap. I want to attend Walla Walla University and graduate from there as well, with a Master’s in Social Work.
Cosplay, for those of you who are unfamiliar with it, is essentially the act of dressing up as a character from popular culture, usually a superhero, although the past couple of years have seen a rise in comic book buffs cosplaying as supervillains. The most successful cosplayers often spend days and nights at a time working on one costume, with the most skilled and dedicated creating their outfits from scratch. Perhaps the only people more interested in cosplaying than the cosplayers themselves are their fans. Those who use social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram to keep up to date with the exploits of popular cosplayers are almost like soccer hooligans in their dedication. They choose their favorite cosplayer and refuse to waver in their support of them.