Cosmetology: North Carolina Cosmetology CE Package
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Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Adding Possibilities 6
    When times are tough, people in every profession look around for sources of new income in their businesses, and cosmetologists are no different. Sometimes they invest in more retail – any retail, such as purses, hair clips, personal-care products – and sometimes they do add dollars to the salon bottom line. This course will exam options available to salon professionals to add new income with reasonable costs.
  • Chemical Texturizing Services in the Salon 1
    This course will help salon owners and cosmetologist become knowledgeable about the basics of chemical texturizing in the salon. It is intended to refresh their knowledge on standard chemical texturizing services. This course will provide updates on advancements to traditional perms and relaxers and the newest services in texturizing hair as well as the changes that have taken place.
  • Guide to Balayage 1

    Balayage hair color services are in high demand worldwide! Explore this versatile coloring technique and expand your skill by learning the basics of balayage color. In this course, you will learn to implement this exciting hair color technique in your salon to achieve a multitude of looks on a variety of different hair textures. As you learn you will gain confidence when formulating and applying color with this artful color approach.

  • Make-up Classics 5
    Let’s face it, our clients expect us to advise them on fashion points. They trust our fashion sense and respect our advice. As professional cosmetologists and make-up artists, we know this to be true. This course will explain the steps and theories in color analysis for your client and list hair colors that will flatter cool and warm-toned persons. Additionally, this course will list make-up do's and don’ts and describe how to enhance clients’ attributes.
  • Mastering Wigs and Hairpiece Services 4
    This course will help you identify the appropriate cutting instruments to use when cutting wigs, how to select the wig style best suited for the client and the best procedure for appropriately cleaning the wig.
  • Personalizing the Color Experience 2
    This course was designed to bring to light the often forgotten elements of the hair coloring process. At times we do things simply because that has always been the way they were done. A fresh perspective on the importance of foundational elements will inspire greater confidence and renewed diligence in protecting the hair shaft. It is, after all, the very fabric of our profession. Happy coloring!
  • Skin Care Essentials 3

    Understand the skin and its functions and become familiarwith analyzing skin types.

  • To Dip or Not to Dip 2
    This course discusses techniques for the application and removal of acrylic powder nails, commonly referred to as “dipped” nails. The course explains details regarding the pros and cons of this technique compared to gel and acrylic nails. Cosmetologists will review common ingredients found in acrylic products as they relate to FDA and OSHA regulations and warnings. This course will also cover steps for application and removal to avoid health complications for the provider and client, along with the description of potential negative health results that have occurred with dipped nail procedures.

North Carolina Cosmetology CE Package - 24 Hours

39.95

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Adding Possibilities 6
    When times are tough, people in every profession look around for sources of new income in their businesses, and cosmetologists are no different. Sometimes they invest in more retail – any retail, such as purses, hair clips, personal-care products – and sometimes they do add dollars to the salon bottom line. This course will exam options available to salon professionals to add new income with reasonable costs.
  • Chemical Texturizing Services in the Salon 1
    This course will help salon owners and cosmetologist become knowledgeable about the basics of chemical texturizing in the salon. It is intended to refresh their knowledge on standard chemical texturizing services. This course will provide updates on advancements to traditional perms and relaxers and the newest services in texturizing hair as well as the changes that have taken place.
  • Guide to Balayage 1

    Balayage hair color services are in high demand worldwide! Explore this versatile coloring technique and expand your skill by learning the basics of balayage color. In this course, you will learn to implement this exciting hair color technique in your salon to achieve a multitude of looks on a variety of different hair textures. As you learn you will gain confidence when formulating and applying color with this artful color approach.

  • Make-up Classics 5
    Let’s face it, our clients expect us to advise them on fashion points. They trust our fashion sense and respect our advice. As professional cosmetologists and make-up artists, we know this to be true. This course will explain the steps and theories in color analysis for your client and list hair colors that will flatter cool and warm-toned persons. Additionally, this course will list make-up do's and don’ts and describe how to enhance clients’ attributes.
  • Mastering Wigs and Hairpiece Services 4
    This course will help you identify the appropriate cutting instruments to use when cutting wigs, how to select the wig style best suited for the client and the best procedure for appropriately cleaning the wig.
  • Personalizing the Color Experience 2
    This course was designed to bring to light the often forgotten elements of the hair coloring process. At times we do things simply because that has always been the way they were done. A fresh perspective on the importance of foundational elements will inspire greater confidence and renewed diligence in protecting the hair shaft. It is, after all, the very fabric of our profession. Happy coloring!
  • Skin Care Essentials 3

    Understand the skin and its functions and become familiarwith analyzing skin types.

  • To Dip or Not to Dip 2
    This course discusses techniques for the application and removal of acrylic powder nails, commonly referred to as “dipped” nails. The course explains details regarding the pros and cons of this technique compared to gel and acrylic nails. Cosmetologists will review common ingredients found in acrylic products as they relate to FDA and OSHA regulations and warnings. This course will also cover steps for application and removal to avoid health complications for the provider and client, along with the description of potential negative health results that have occurred with dipped nail procedures.