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Esthetics

Esthetics 10 is a three credit course that will allow students to achieve their maximum potential as individuals in and out of the workplace. Students enrolled in Esthetics 10 will explore professional practices, manicuring, nail art and skin Care. This course covers the following modules:


COS1010 Personal and Professional Practices

Students will learn universal precautions, safety and sanitation procedure for a spa environment and personal grooming tips and techniques. 

EST1020 Skin Care Practices

Students will learn about the anatomy and physiology of the skin as well as proper procedure for a thorough skin care regime including professional facial techniques. 

EST1070 Manicuring 1

Students will learn the anatomy and physiology of the nail as well as proper techniques for performing a professional manicure. 

EST2090 Nail Art

Students will practice and perform various nail art techniques. 

 


Esthetics 20 is a five-credit course that will assist students to achieve their maximum potential as individuals in and out of the workplace. Esthetics 20 gives the student more “hands on” practical experience and extensive theory in the beauty industry. Students enrolled in Esthetics 20 will explore Facials, Manicures, Pedicures, Makeup and Nail Art. This course covers the following modules:


EST1025: SKIN CARE PRACTICES – CLIENT SERVICES 

Students conduct a consultation with a client during which they analyze the client’s needs and recommend and perform the appropriate services.

EST2050: MAKE-UP 

Students analyze facial shapes and features and perform make-up techniques. 

EST2090: NAIL ART 

Students identify nail art techniques used to enhance the appearance of fingernails and develop skills used in applying simple nail art.

EST2070: Manicuring 2 

Students identify and describe the anatomy of the arm and hand, identify diseases and disorders of the hands and nails and recommend services for treatable conditions. 

EST3070 PEDICURING 

Students describe the relationship between a manicure and pedicure and identify and demonstrate pedicuring procedures, including foot massage.

 


Esthetics 30 is a five-credit course that will allow students to learn advanced industry skills and work on client services. Esthetics 30 gives the student more “hands on” practical experience and extensive theory in the beauty industry. Students enrolled in Esthetics 30 will explore Theatrical makeup, Makeup client services, hair removal, body adornment, and advanced manicures, pedicures and facials. This course covers the following modules:


EST1140: Theatrical Makeup

Students describe the purpose and scope of theatrical make-up, identify elements related to designing theatrical make-up and use appropriate materials to perform basic theatrical make-up techniques.

EST2055 Makeup Client Services

Students conduct a consultation with a client during which they analyze the client’s needs and recommend and perform the appropriate services.

EST3040 Hair Removal 

Students conduct a consultation with a client during which they analyze the client’s needs and recommend and perform the appropriate services.

EST3060- Facial and body adornment

Students identify adornments available to enhance or change appearances, describe the effects of different adornments, explore alternative forms of body adornment and demonstrate safe and sanitary service procedures. 

EST3075 Manicuring and Pedicuring client services

Students conduct a consultation, reccomend and perform appropriate services at a industry level standard. 

EST2030 Facials

Students describe the anatomy, physiology and histology of the skin, analyze skin conditions, and perform facial care using available products, equipment and technology.



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