Cosmetology

  • The Cosmetology program is designed to offer students a chance to work in a salon upon passing the NC State Boards. Students will have a rewarding career with a future to continue exploring other opportunities in the world of beauty.

     

    Cosmetology I:

    This course introduces the basic principles and foundations of the cosmetology profession. Topics include: leadership, infection control, draping and shampooing, thermal styling, wet styling, long hair design, human physiology, facials, and natural nails. Skills in mathematics, science, biology, leadership, and problem solving are reinforced in this course. Hands-on work experiences and SkillsUSA leadership activities provide many opportunities that enhance classroom instruction and career development.

     

    Cosmetology II 

    This course introduces developmental skills, employment opportunities, and career information required for the cosmetology industry. Topics include facials, manicures, hair cutting, chemical relaxing and restructuring, wet hair styling, and hair coloring and lighting. Skills in mathematics, science, biology, leadership, and problem solving are reinforced in this course. The work-based learning strategy appropriate for this course is a school-based enterprise. Hands-on work experiences and SkillsUSA leadership activities provide many opportunities to enhance classroom instruction and career development.

                   

    Michelle Evans Michelle Evans
    Course taught: Cosmetology I and II
    Certified Cosmetologist, Cosmetology teaching instructor, Esthetician