The Art Of Cosmetology

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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. There are 5 essential building blocks that can make the dream of having a prosperous, blooming, and lavish beauty salon into a reality which are; level of education/skills, marketing strategy, state regulations/laws, employees/specialties, and the selection of location/supplies.…show more content…
Picking the school should be based on cost. You should base your research of picking your school by the following. Is it accredited? How much is tuition? Are the supplies and materials included in your tuition? Where is the school? Is it local? What is a comprehensive cosmetology program? If I only want to focus in one area, do I need to take a comprehensive cosmetology? The importance of a beauty school being accredited is knowing that school has been evaluated and validated in what they teach would further you into your chosen career path. Also, most accredited provide financial aid. The average cost of beauty school could range between $10k-20k. A comprehensive cosmetology program is a course were they teach you a variety of skills so you can be all- around knowledgeable. They will equip with skills for hair, nails, esthetics, make up, and some skin care. The training course hours needed to be licensed is about 1500-2100 hours on average but varies by state. But most programs last for about two years and less, depending on the program you chose. They're special programs which only focus on specific areas like nail technology, esthetics, and make up artistry which can be a lot cheaper than a full comprehensive program that studies a `variety of things. A common question about tuition is if supplies are included. Actually, most schools provide kits and materials that you will always use but also…show more content…
12. Communicable diseases can be defined as 1, no sick people can't be served. 2, No contagious worker can serve anyone. 3, the board has a right to require a physical examination of any person who is suspected of being sick or contagious. 13. Sanitation and disinfection can be defined as 1, no licensee or student shall commerce work on any person before ; (a) washing hands with soap and water; and (b) placing around the patrons neck a fresh and sanitary neck strip towel so that the cape does not contact the skin. 2, Wet Disinfection Standard, Dry Disinfection .3, a manicurist should keep a supply of antiseptic in case the clients skin is broken during the process. 4, manicuring tools must be sanitized before used. 5, when instruments are not in use, they must be kept dry and in a cabinet. 6, foot bath, (a) a foot bath should be cleaned after each use and (b)filters and jets must be sanitized with the proper disinfecting chemicals. 7, Towels - (a) a separate, clean towel should be provided for each client, (b) headrest shall be covered with a clean towel for each client and (c), using hot water dipped towel on a client

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