In Case You Want to Study Cosmetology

909 WordsFeb 4, 20184 Pages
Cosmetology According to the Tennessee Board of Cosmetology, “A Cosmetologist performs, for compensation, arranging, dressing, curling, waving, cleansing, cutting, singeing, bleaching, coloring, or similar work on the hair. A cosmetologist may care for or service wigs or hair pieces; manicure; massage, clean, stimulate, manipulate, exercise, beautify or perform similar work upon the hands, arms, face, neck, or feet with hands or by use of cosmetic preparations, tonics, lotions or creams; place or apply artificial eyelashes, give facials, apply makeup, give skin care, or remove superfluous hair by tweezing, depilatories, or waxing.” In order to become a Cosmetologist, one must attend school for 1500 hours under an instructor focusing on theory and practicing to be able to take their final board examination which includes a written test and practical. They also spend many hours outside of school and after they graduate to perfect every service they will offer. Although people think you can just pick up a pair of sheers and start cutting, you have to grow and develop. For more insight in Cosmetology one must research and learn more about the history, which is one of the first things he or she will learn in Cosmetology school. Going to a Cosmetology school is the main foundation in learning and developing skills to grow in the industry. Then finally, getting into a salon or starting your career to show off hard work and dedication. To be a Cosmetologist you have to be
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