Foreword. Preface. PART I: Orientation. Cosmetology: The History and Opportunities (Lisha Barnes). Life Skills (Arlene Alpert). Your Professional Image (Mary Beth Janssen). Communicating for Success (Catherine Frangie). PART II: Cosmetology Sciences. Infection Control: Principles and Practice (Sue Sansom and Darlene Hudson). Basics of Anatomy and Physiology (Deborah Beatty). Basics of Chemistry and Electricity (John Halal). PART III: Hair Care. Properties of the Hair and Scalp (John Halal). Principles of Hair Design (Mary Brunetti). Shampooing, Rinsing, and Conditioning (Mary Brunetti). Haircutting (Ruth Roche). Hairstyling (Mary Brunetti). Braiding and Braid Extensions (Diane Bailey and Toni Love). Wigs and Hair Enhancements (Vivienne Mackinder). Chemical Texture Services (John Halal). Haircoloring (Colleen Hennessey). PART IV: Skin Care. Histology of the Skin (Aly Evirs). Hair Removal (Jane Crawford). Facials (Margrit Altenburg). Facial Makeup (Teresa Sammarco). PART V: Nail Care. Nail Structure and Growth (Sue Schultes). Manicuring and Pedicuring (Sue Schultes). Advanced Nail Techniques (Sue Schultes). PART VI: The Business of Cosmetology. The Salon Business (Catherine Frangie with Carey Nash). Preparing for and Seeking Employment (Letha Barnes). On the Job (Catherine Frangie). Closing. Appendices. National Skill Standards. Resources. Professional Organizations. Glossary/Index. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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This book is awesome, I studied hairdressing in 2007 and I remembered my teacher used that same text. It has all the information I needed for hair, massage and nails. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Pen Name
I think as a stylist,a person should always be look for new information.Published on Nov. 20 2001 by "jadsct"
i havent read this book but judging from the other reviews it sounds like a good bookPublished on Sept. 21 2001 by suzanne scaldwell
Very thorough, in-depth, and packed with valuable information. Clearly illustrated, and with tips sections to help even the most developed beautician.Published on May 10 2000 by Bethel Nicholas