Monday, October 23, 2017

October 23-27

What are the students learning? Hairstyling Techniques
Create hairstyles to demonstrate the proper use the design principles, design elements, facials shapes, and hair types as needed for hair design.
Examine the fundamental theory and skills needed for wet hairstyling allowing students to perform various hairstyling techniques, including wet hairstyling, comb-outs, braiding and blow dry styling.
Demonstrate thermal hairstyling services, including the use of curling irons, hair pressing comb, hot rollers, etc. applying safety precautions for thermal tools.

Monday:  Hairstyling key terms review.  2) Review twisting performance results.
Tuesday:  Introduce manipulating the hair:  braiding
Wednesday:  Manipulating the hair:  braiding for everyday wear
Thursday:  Manipulating the hair:  braiding for formal events
Friday:  Hairstyling Key Terms Assessment, 2) Manipulating the hair:  braiding for formal events

Monday, October 16, 2017

October 16-20


  • Cosmetology II will discuss the outcomes of the fingerwave performance assessment.
  • Cosmetology III will begin the haircoloring unit.
  • Cosmetology II will begin braiding and twists, manipulating the hair into salon finished styles.
  • Cosmetology III will continue with the haircoloring unit.

Monday, October 9, 2017

October 9-13

Throughout the week as the school schedule and time permits, students will focus on:
  • Cosmetology II:  Students will continue working on wet styling:  fingerwaving 
  • Cosmetology III: Students will be allowed to work on any missing or unfinished assignments-- thermal pin curls, perm rodding, haircutting, and then move into haircoloring.  

  • School-wide testing
  • Early Release

Monday, October 2, 2017

October 2-6

  • We will review the summative results of last unit assessment
  • Cosmetology II:  This week students will be working on wet styling:  fingerwaving 
  • Cosmetology III: This week students will continue with haircutting and then move into haircoloring.  
HUM-CSIII-5 Introduce proper client consultations for haircutting services, including greeting techniques, client needs and desires, proper maintenance needed for client, reflective listening and recommendations. Perform various haircutting techniques and ability to check a completed haircut.
HUM-CSIII-6 Demonstrate the ability to perform different hair color services, using in-depth hair analysis, consultations, release forms and record cards, identifying natural hair levels, color theory, types of hair color, developers, understanding the law of color, types of hair color, color formulations, patch test, hair color applications, preliminary strand test, and gray coverage.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Sept 18-22


  • Client Consultation and Hair Analysis practice

  • Client Consultation and Hair Analysis practice
  • Client Consultation and Hair Analysis practice
  • Wet Styling:  Roller Hair Wrap
  • Properties of the Hair Summative Assessment
  • Cosmtology III:  Haircutting Assessment
  • Wet Styling: Roller Set

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Sept 11-15

Monday & Tuesday


  • We will discuss and review the results of the Chemistry of Various Shampoos and Conditioners assessment.
  • Cosmetology III students will review and focus on haircutting application
Thursday and Friday

  • Cosmetology II students will review Properties of the Hair and prepare for content application
  • Cosmetology III students will review and focus on haircutting application

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Sept 4-8


Tuesday & Wednesday

  • Review for test:  Shampoos, Conditioners, and Scalp Care.  Test on Thursday
  • Thermal pincurl practice
  • Client Consultation role play

  • Test on Shampoos, Conditioners, and Scalp Care
  • Complete thermal pincurl style
  • Client Consultation role play

  • Client Consultation role play
  • Provide basic cosmetology services to walk-in clients from around the school/CTAE Dept.