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Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.
Rondale. Overstreet. Cosmetology. Kinetics.

Cosmetology

Plan of Study

Classroom instruction in general theory and practical application will be provided in the following areas:

  • History of Cosmetology
  • Ethics and Human Relations
  • Sanitation and Disinfection Procedures
  • General Anatomy and Physiology
  • Skin and Nail Structure
  • Skin and Nail Disorders
  • Properties of The Hair and Scalp
  • Basics of Chemistry and Electricity
  • Principals of Hair Design
  • Shampooing and Conditioning
  • Hair Cutting and Styling
  • Braiding and Hair Extensions
  • Chemical Texture Services
  • Hair Coloring
  • Hair Removal
  • Facials
  • Make Up Application
  • Manicures and Pedicures
  • Professionalism and Business Skills
  • Career Opportunities
  • State Board Review


Licensing Requirements

Cosmetology graduates are required to appear before the Alabama State Board of Cosmetology in order to be considered eligible to apply for state licensure. A valid state license must be issued as a requirement for working as a cosmetologist. Licensing requirements vary by state.