Sep 26, 2022  
2019-2020 Archived Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Archived Catalog

CSMO-102 Basic Cosmetology Theory II

Credits 12 / 5 Contact Hours
Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016  (ACSR-016); CSMO-100  and CSMO-101  or a minimum of 250 hours. Co-requisite: CSMO-103 . Note: Coordinators signature required for registration.
This course is a continuation of Basic Cosmetology and provides students with the opportunity to learn basic cosmetology procedures in preparation for servicing clients and lays the foundation for CSMO-103 , CSMO-200  and CSMO-201 . In addition the student will be using the StrengthsFinder 2.0 to continue developing their strengths in more detail by participation in additional class activities. Student will continue work on a Strengths-based portfolio.

Course Outcomes
1. Define angles, elevations, and guidelines used in various haircutting procedures 2. Explain the effects of different techniques used in haircutting 3. Demonstrate mastery of four basic haircuts 4. Discuss how their strengths can be applied to achieve academic success 5. Evaluate their general academic goals in light of the talent and strengths, as well as other personal qualities and external considerations 6. Explain the physical and chemical actions that take place during permanent waving. List the procedures and safety precautions 7. Explain the different types of permanent waves and their uses 8. Identify a variety of wrapping techniques for permanent waving 9. Explain the physical and chemical actions that take place during chemical relaxing. List the procedures and safety precautions 10. Explain the different types of relaxers and their uses 11. Apply theme-specific strategies to achieve academic success and as a part of the career- exploration process 12. Identify the principles of color theory 13. List the four basic categories of hair color and explain their chemical effects on the hair 14. Identify a variety hair coloring procedures 15. Describe the concept of person-environment fit/calling as it pertains to career planning 16. List the three types of hair lighteners and explain their chemical effects on the hair 17. Identify a variety of lightening procedures 18. Identify a variety of special effects hair coloring techniques and list their procedures 19. Evaluate their career goals in light of their talents and strengths, as well as other personal qualities and external considerations 20. Apply theme-specific strategies as a part of the career-exploration process 21. Develop a strengths-based cover letter 22. Analyze common labels that lead people to discount talents and the potential strength of others 23. Work effectively by partnering with other complementary themes of talent.