Repairing Damaged Hair


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.

Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this course, the learner should be able to:

  • Identify and distinguish structures of the hair strand and hair root.
  • Identify and explain the chemical composition of hair.
  • Describe and name the hair growth phases.
  • List and explain the characteristics of hair.
  • Identify and explain hair wave patterns.
  • List and explain disorders of the hair.
  • Demonstrate and perform a more comprehensive analysis of the client’s hair and scalp.
  • Identify damaging or damaged conditions of the hair and scalp.
  • Explain and demonstrate hair treatment services

About the Author
Lisa Lavarion
serving as a Licensed Instructor for the Southeastern Beauty College in Columbus, GA from 2007 to 2009, and for The Hair Schools in Decatur, GA from 2003 to 2007. Working concurrently as a Part-Time Licensed Instructor for Atlanta Technical College in Atlanta, GA from 2003 to 2004. Serving as a Licensed Instructor for the Southeastern Beauty and Barber College in Columbus, GA from 2000 to 2003. Supervising 65 textile mill workers as a Supervisor for Fieldcrest Mills, a leading producer of towels, bed sheets, bath accessories, bath rugs and furniture coverings at its textile plant in Phenix City, AL. Started as a Washcloth Hemmer before becoming a Trainer and then being promoted to a Supervisor, and also serving as a Quality Control Supervisor during my 18-year career, before switching careers into the beauty industry.