Using tanning beds before the age of 30 increases the risk of getting the deadliest skin cancer (Melanoma) by 59 percent (Hughe, D. 2012).Yet still, there is the question of, “ Should teens be allowed to use tanning beds?”. Tanning has proven to contribute to developing skin cancer, so tanning dramatically increases the chance of developing cancer. Also, the color skin turns from indoor tanning can be quite unnatural and it can be very obvious that the person had gone indoor tanning based on the color of their skin. To add, the conditions of the tanning beds are not as sanitary as people may think. The beds can have all the germs of the people who tanned there before because the beds are not being cleaned regularly. Teens should not be allowed to use tanning beds because of skin cancer
One of the main reasons I am interested in the field of cosmetology is because seeing the transformation of someone 's hair to fit what they like is heartwarming and knowing I am the one who helped them create a look they are most comfortable with is inspiring to me to want to do the best job I can. However, it’s not only about the transformation of someone’s hair but how that transformation can instill confidence and a sense of self-worth for a person. Having a client return time after time after I have met their expectations for either color, cut, or style will bring satisfaction not only to the customer, but to me as well.
My grandmother is a cosmetology instructor. All of my life, I have watched her cut, color, and style family and friend’s hair. I have always had an interest in the beauty industry considering my grandmother 's work always looked so elegant and precise. As I became a sophomore in highschool, I finally decided on taking the cosmetology program at Francis Tuttle Technology Center, where my grandmother teaches at. This is my second year of cosmetology school. This next nine months is going to be all about preparing myself for state board test. If I pass the test then I will be able to get my cosmetology license and become a professional hairdresser. After I get my license, I will work at the salon that I am currently working at as a receptionist, but instead I will be a hairdresser. For the next nine months I will be pushing
Attention Getter: There is an unexplained increase in skin cancer among people under the age of forty. 30 million people visit an indoor facility each year according to the indoor tanning association. That is 10 percent of the U.S. population voluntarily exposing themselves to UV radiation which causes cancer. UV radiation is a form of energy from natural and artificial sunlight. Excess amounts can cause damage to DNA in the skin. Although some argue tanning is good for you because it helps form a “base tan” and the UV exposure time is controlled. The truth is, each time you lay in a tanning bed, it increases the risk of developing skin cancer
In the cosmetology field, there are so many different viewpoints interested individuals can be looking at to help decide if they should go through this particular’ field. Any individual interested should be looking at every available aspect on the field they would like to start a career in. So many people think it is easy to become a nail technician but do not fully understand what a technician can go through every day. Once individuals learn about the technician and how much more it is than just doing another individual nails’ they may like it less or more just depending on what type of personality that certain individual has and whether, or not somebody has the same interest in what they do day to day. Becoming a nail technician people are
The first attempt and success to climb Mt. Everest occured in 1953. Since then, almost 4,000 people have been able to scale the mountain, but over 230 people have not been able to climb it successfully. There is a chance of accident or death when climbing this mountain or any dangerous activity. All people should should have the right to rescue services even if they knowingly put themselves at risk because there is always a chance of an accident happening, rangers are there to save people in danger, and there are rescue vehicles being produced to be used in case of an emergency.
There are many advantages to working in cosmetology. Such as the fact that you can move forward and become a manager, or even own your own business! You can also build a positive relationships with client 's that you have constant communication with. A cosmetology professional has the opportunity to help people feel good about themselves which is what actually makes this job personally satisfying. Also, another advantage to being a cosmetologist is the fact that you always have client 's. However, there are just as many disadvantages to being in that line of work. Cosmetologists spend most of their time on their feet, which can lead to pain in the feet, legs and lower back. Also, they work with dyes and chemicals that can and will irritate both the eyes and skin. Every state requires cosmetologists to obtain professional licenses, which takes about 2 years to acquire. Before I can become a Cosmetologist, I would have to go to a college of my choice and get that license so I can then seek a career in that field. After that I can pursue many possible job opportunities, such as working at a beauty salon. With the experience that I gain, I can continue to further my career and eventually move on to better places of employment. One day, I would want to own my own
In her essay, “I Had a Nice Time with you Tonight, on the app,” Jenna Wortham believes that social media apps are a helpful way to connect. Wortham swears by apps and is grateful that she can communicate with her boyfriend who is three thousand miles away. Yet some may challenge the view that Social Media apps are a reliable and effective method of communicating, Sherry Turkle stresses people are substituting online communication for face-to-face interaction. Although Turkle may only seem of concern to only a small group of people, it should in fact concern anyone who cares about the negative effects social media can have on people. In her eyes, nothing can replace person-to-person communication. Turkle herself writes that people who spend
Over the last ten years, with the growth of technology and the Internet, social media websites gradually become more and more popular in society such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Nowadays, teenagers do not only use social media just talking with friends, but they also create social media as a place for them to discover information and express themselves. In fact, there are the number of teenagers who spend most of their time to post and check-in on Instagram. It is wondered whether social media has any negative effects on the individuals who use them usually. As the report “Instagram Is Killing Teen Girls’ Self-Esteem”, the author states that almost every girl teenager feels isolated and unsatisfied with what they have. Indeed, they
something I had learned to do on my own growing up, and also enjoyed doing was Braiding and styling hair/ Throughout my high school years I was a known as a hair braider I had many of my friends and family members coming to me to get their hair done. Once graduating from high school I pursued a career as a hairstylist, I wanted to learn how doing all type hair. Enrolling in Redondo Beach cosmetology school would center me in a diverse environment majority-white, so I can obtain the skills of learning how to do other ethnicity hair. Unfourthhnetly I wasn’t mentally prepared to experience racism among new millennium in the hair industry.
Social media is a very dangerous place that makes teens feel insecure. Teens spend more than one-third of their day on social media looking at stereotypical images of “perfect” bodies and people. As a result, they become insecure about themselves because they are not like the people in the pictures. The media states that a perfect person is skinny, tan, has shiny hair, straight teeth, and completely clear skin. However, because teens are going through a lot of physical changes they do not usually look like social media 's definition of perfect and they become insecure. Social media makes teenagehood harder by creating a stereotype of what a perfect body should look like, celebrating extremely thin, unhealthy
Hello! My name is Qasim Ali. Do you know, it takes few seconds to click the button of my camera but sometimes I have to wait hours and hours before that small click? Well let me tell you my story today. I’m professional studio photographer in Karachi and following my passion for last 17 years in fashion industry. That “hours and hours thing” is never linked with any technological aspect but it’s all about healthy, stylish and shiny hair. Yes, people spent 90% of their time only for hair before any portraits, magazine covers, movie posters and even passport size Polaroid can’t be ignored from our daily list. I mean, you will find everyone busy in makeup room, paying attention on most significant part which is gorgeous and stunning hair.
Have you ever gotten dress coded? Well, I have, even though what I was wearing wasn’t even bad. Schools have always had a problem with the dress code because students want to wear what they like! First, everyone expresses themselves in many ways. When teens express themselves through their clothes they shouldn 't get punished for it. Second, a dress code should not harm anyone 's religion or heritage background. Kids shouldn’t have to worry about getting dress coded for the way they look because if it was how they were raised they shouldn’t have to get looked down on for it. Although, it can help with kids and teens getting teased. Kids don’t just get teased for their clothes, it could be anything and that will never change. Teens should be able to wear clothes they want and not what the schools want.
Everybody makes mistakes and we are all human beings. We learn from the mistakes we make and the mistakes stay between us. When it comes to famous people, everything they do it monitored and judged by millions of people. This means that everything they do affects the world and the way they see things. There are many people who look up to celebrities and see them as role models. Celebrities are not good role models because they don’t use their social media the right way, they give out the impression that money buys happiness, and they are presented to the world in an unrealistic way.
Today everyone is obsessed with social media. People are easily influenced by almost everything they come across on the internet including appearance and body image. In todays generation it is so common to be unhappy with the way you look. All this is due to societies high standards on the way we “should” look. With social media you can do many things, including pretending to be someone you are not.