Friday, September 24, 2010

September 27-October 1

Cosmetology I 

HS-CS-I-7. Students will demonstrate a working knowledge of anatomy as it relates to massage in facials, manicures, and pedicures. Students will demonstrate knowledge of anatomy as it relates to bone structure and muscle contours in hair cutting, facials, and makeup.
Complete and discuss Chapter Review: Anatomy and Physiology

  • Describe the importance of anatomy and physiology to the cosmetology profession. 
  • Explain cells, their structure, and their reproduction. 
  • Define tissue and name the types of tissues found in the body. 
  • Demonstrate the proper massage procedures in manicures, pedicures, and facial massage.

 Cosmetology II and Advanced Cosmetology

HS-CS-II-3. Students will study the fundamental theory and skills required to shampoo and create various hair styles and shapes.Continue current Unit: HairStyling

HS-ACS-9. Students will create various wearable and marketable day, evening, and formal hairstyles on live models/mannequins using hair design principles.
  • Demonstrate clockwise and counterclockwise moldings and shapings. 
  • Identify the parts of a pincurl. 
  • Identify stem directions used in roller setting and explain their functions. 
  • Demonstrate roller placement in relation to various bases. 
  • Explain the principles of finger waving. 
  • Demonstrate various finger wave techniques on a mannequin. 

*Cosmetology club leaders will meet Monday, September 27th after school
*Cosmetology Club will meet Tuesday, September 28 and Thursday, September 30th

Sunday, September 12, 2010

September 13-17

Blue Day/Cosmetology I
  • Last Review of Pre Common Assessment Monday
  • Post Common Assessment Wednesday
  • Continue to Make up any missing assignments, grades have to be finalized Monday for report cards
  • Freestyle hair styles--ask for teacher assistance on styles you are curious about
White Day/Cosmetology II and Advanced Cosmetology
  • Post Common Assessment Tuesday
  • Work on any missing assignments Tuesday
  • Section into 9, perm rod entire head Tuesday and finish up Thursday if needed
  • Shampoo, Blow dry, Marcel entire head Thursday

Monday, September 6, 2010

September 6-10

Monday--Labor Day!

This week will be a continuation of last week:
Cosmetology I
Review Pre-Test Common Assessment
HS-CS-1-5. Students will explain, describe, and list the basic components of chemistry in Cosmetology.
  • Explain the difference between organic and inorganic chemistry.
  • Discuss the different forms of matter—elements, compounds, and mixtures.  
  • Explain pH and the pH scale.  
  • Define atom, molecule, solution, and emulsion.  
  • Describe properties of matter related to cosmetology.

Cosmetology II
Review Pre-Test Common Assessment
  •  Explain the basic principles of cosmetic chemistry applied to shampooing.  
  • Identify emulsions and suspensions.  
  • Explain and utilize the pH scale.  
  • Identify types of shampoos and their chemistry and select the appropriate shampoo for the service.  
  • Demonstrate the proper steps in preparing a client for a shampoo.  
  • Demonstrate proper shampooing and rinsing techniques.  
Advanced Cosmetology
Review Pre-Test Common Assessment
  •  Demonstrate knowledge of chemical and physical energy by shampooing, permanent waving, and shaping the hair.  
  • Select appropriate solution and strength, by measuring and mixing, according to hair texture and desired results.  
  • Demonstrate strand test and test curl.