North Carolina Cosmetology CE Package - 8 Hours
Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.
- Advanced Color Correction Techniques 1About the Course
The student will be able to analyze all the factors that led to the problem, assess which color correction procedure would be the best for each individual situation, and utilize color theory in order to choose the most flattering shade of hair color for each client.
- Current Cutting Techniques 2Course release date: 2/3/2020
About the Course:
This course explores the popular, shorter hair styles of the 21st century; focusing on the specific haircutting techniques required to establish precision cutting for designing and shaping the hair.
- Hair Loss: Including Traction Alopecia Cause and Cure 1About the Course
Beauty professionals will inevitably encounter clients suffering from some form of normal or abnormal hair loss. Therefore, it is important to recognize and understand the different conditions. Through education and research, a beauty professional can create a preventative care plan to help their client maintain healthy scalp and hair. Normal hair loss occurs during the natural growth cycle in phases known as Anagen, Catagen, and Telogen (Frangie, 2012). A person can shed up to 150 strands of hair per day during the telogen phase. Stress can prematurely force hair into this phase, causing the client to experience rapid hair loss. It will take three months before the hair follicle becomes active and enters the growth cycle again.
Understanding the different hair loss conditions, causes and preventions will allow beauty professionals to give clients an exclusive experience while creating customized treatment plans, gaining knowledge of hair loss and expanding one’s client services and income potential.
- Mental Health and Personal Wellness: An overview for Salon Professionals 1
Course release - 7/10/2023
About the Course
This course focuses on personal wellness by exploring mental health and addresses information regarding the stigmas attached to mental health. Additionally, this course covers information about substance abuse and crisis management. Students will learn how people with mental health disorders can create a healing environment for themselves.
- Repairing Damaged Hair 1
Course release date: 7/17/2020
About the Course:
The beauty industry is a realm in the professional arena, complete with stylists living their passion. Heightened by consideration and compassion for people and helping stylists express their love for doing hair through haircare services. For professional stylist, repairing damaged hair is not just a job; repairing damaged hair is a responsibility to others, a task filled with genuine concern while exemplifying the highest skill and ability to assist in clients’ hair care wishes and needs.
- The Revival of Permanent Waving 2About the Course
This course will also address the updated information regarding the chemistry behind permanent waves. We’ll discuss how the ingredients affect the integrity of the hair strand, and look at agents used before, during and after the service that will benefit the cuticle and cortex layers of the strand. We will also review the steps of the permanent wave process while highlighting safety procedures along the way.