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Barbering

Barbering 1A and 1B

This course is part one of a two-part introductory course in the Barbering career pathway. This first-semester course may be taken by students wishing to explore the barbering career pathway or by students intending to enroll in the entire three-year sequence of courses. This course provides students with the basic theoretical and practical procedures of This course is part one of a two-part introductory course in the Barbering career pathway. This first-semester course may be taken by students wishing to explore the barbering career pathway or by students intending to enroll in the entire three-year sequence of courses. This course provides students with the basic theoretical and practical procedures of barbering. Areas of exploration and learning include the history of barbering; professional image and ethics; scalp and hair structure; bacteriology, sterilization, and sanitation; tools, equipment, and safety; disorders and treatments of hair and skin; massage and facial treatments; and haircutting. 

 

 

Barbering 2

This course is the second course in the Barbering career pathway. Students expand their knowledge of the principles and procedures of barbering and develop skills in the techniques of mustache and beard design, hairstyling, shaving, and hair coloring. Basic chemistry, anatomy and physiology, and the treatment of hair and scalp are emphasized. Students also learn techniques and procedures for permanent waving, chemical hair relaxing, and soft curl permanents.

 

Certification - Barbering State Board Licensing