Natural Hair Braiding

Trendz Hair Braiding

Course Objectives

The objective of the Cosmetology program is to train students in theory and practical experiences, which will prepare them for entry level employment opportunities.
The course is geared towards developing good work habits and attitudes with respect to safety & sanitation, business ethics; the course encourages self-reliance, and a willingness to help others look their best.

Trendz Hair Braiding Course

Course Outline

   

TEXTS

  • Milady’s Standard Textbook of Cosmetology
  • Milady’s State Board Examination Review Book
  • Various school handouts

STATE LAWS, SALON MANAGEMENT

  • School Orientation: Rules & Regulations
  • Professional Ethics and employment
  • Salon laws and Practices, Licensing & Fees
  • Salon Management & Personnel
  • Examinations

SANITATION & STERILIZATION

  • Sterilization definitions and methods
  • Bacteriology types and classifications
  • Hygiene & good grooming
  • Types of disinfection and  how they are use
  • Differences between cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization.
  • Examinations

SHAMPOO & RINSES

  • Types of Shampoos
  • Analyzing scalp & hair
  • Draping
  • Rinse Classifications
  • Shampoo & rinse techniques
  • Examinations

 

SCALP TREATMENTS & DISEASES

  • Disorders of the scalp & hair
  • Hair structure and composition
  • Treatments of the scalp & hair
  • Applications & manipulations
  • Examination

HAIRSTYLING

  • Pin curl & roller techniques
  • Finger waving
  • Styling & comb out techniques
  • Blow dry styling
  • Examinations

BRAIDING & BRAID EXTENSIONS

  • Client consultation and hair analysis with respect to hair Braiding.
  • How to prepare the hair for braiding
  • Hair weaving application
  • Procedure for the invisible braid, rope braid and  fish tail braid
  • Procedure for cornrowing, with and without extensions
  • Wigs & hair enhancements
  • Full weave sew on with and without closure

NATURAL CARE

  • Different hair textures
  • Natural based product
  • Organic and non-organic product

STUDENT CLASSIFICATION

Freshman – (1-300 hours)
Sophomore – (300-600 hours)
Junior – (600-900 hours)
Senior – (900-1250 hours)

 

COURSE FORMAT:
(Instructional techniques and methods)

  • Lectures & Demonstrations
  • Practical Workshop
  • Audio – Visual materials
  • Illustrations
  • Written & Practical evaluation

EVALUATION PROCEDURES:

  1. Testing in both theories, practical, and clinical areas
  2. Examinations after each unit of the course
  3. Monthly theory, practical, clinic progress reports
  4. Final examination

 

REQUIRED LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT:
All students are required to maintain at least a 75% grade point average in both theory, practical, and clinic subjects in order to be eligible to receive a diploma. (Please refer to the Satisfactory Progress Policy for additional requirements)