Course Title: Principles of Hair Coloring and Related Theory

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Consumer Arts & Sciences Center of Excellence Cosmetology CSME 2501 Principles of Hair Coloring and Related Theory 2 Lecture, 7 Lab hours (144 contact hours). Discipline/Program: Cosmetology /Operator
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Consumer Arts & Sciences Center of Excellence Cosmetology CSME 2501 Principles of Hair Coloring and Related Theory 2 Lecture, 7 Lab hours (144 contact hours). Discipline/Program: Cosmetology /Operator Course Level: Junior Level Course Title: Principles of Hair Coloring and Related Theory Course Rubric and Number: CSME 2501 Semester with Course Reference: Spring 2018 CRN# Course Location/Times: C e n t r a l Campus Room 222 8:00am-12:48pm Mon. and Tue. Course Semester Credit Hours: 2 lecture 7 lab Course Contact Hours: 144 contact hours Course Length: 16 weeks (January 16, May 14, 2018) Type of Instruction: Lecture-/Lab Practicum Instructor Information: Maria Zambrano semester credit hours Office location: Central Campus 1301 Alabama JBW Room 222 Houston, Texas Course Description: This course is a presentation of the theory and practice of hair color and chemistry. Topics include terminology, application and workplace competencies related to hair color and chemistry. This course also Page1 introduces the student to the theory and skills of facial massage, make up, facial treatments and, anatomy and physiology. This course is a combination of 2 lecture and 7 lab (144 contact). Upon successful completion of the course the student will be awarded five semester hours. Course Focus: The focus of this class is to allow the student to discover how to design with color, create depth, and add texture and excitement to a hair design. Students will experience the results of various products on swatches and manikins to understand the formulation and chemistry behind color. The students will use this knowledge to create and enhance hair designs on manikins, models and clients, through the use of hair coloring techniques. Special attention is given to facial procedures and make-up applications as well using the principles learned in color theory. End-of-Course Outcomes: Identify terminology, demonstrate the proper application, and exhibit workplace competencies related to hair color. External accreditation standard is a passing score of 70% on state licensing examination administered by Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation on the first attempt. Text and References: Milady Standard Cosmetology 2016 Edition Cengage Learning ISBN13-: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation Cosmetologist Rule Book Milady Online Recommended Text: Creative Learning in Cosmetology-Haircoloring Page2 CLIC International ISBN# Course Competencies: This course is designed to assist the student in attaining competency in the following areas: 1. Hair Coloring 1. Color Theory 2. What is Color 3. The Law of Color 2. Identifying Existing Hair Color 1. Melanin 2. Gray Hair 3. Identifying Natural Level and Tone 4. Identifying Artificial Level and Tone and Intensity 5. Additional Considerations 3. Changing Existing Hair Color 1. Hair Color Chemistry 2. Hair Color Essentials 3. Hair Color Techniques 4. Understand and utilize proper procedures to bleach and tint hair(scans) 1. Infection Control and Safety Measures 2. Client Consultation 3. Product and Application Overview 1. Identify the various classifications of hair coloring and their application. 2. Make an analysis of product s ph level. 4. Temporary Color 1. Select and apply temporary hair coloring, semi-permanent hair coloring and aniline derivative hair coloring 2. Select and apply temporary hair coloring, semi-permanent hair coloring and aniline derivative hair coloring 5. Semi-Permanent Color 1. Exhibit the ability to execute the necessary pre-tests in preparation for a hair color application (SCANS) 2. Exhibit the skills necessary for a hair color application using a manikin and a model. 6. Oxidative Color Page3 1. Darker Results 2. Lighter Results 3. Surface Painting 7. Partial Highlights: Slicing 1. Exhibit the skills necessary for an application of dimensional hair using color and bleach on a manikin and a model. 8. Full Highlights: Weaving 9. Cap Highlighting 10. Double-Process Blonde 1. Demonstrate skill in the basic principles of hair lightening 11. Tint Back 1. Remove hair tints and restore color. 12. Hair Color Removal Techniques 1. Exhibit the skills to execute reconditioning and corrective treatment relative to hair color. 13. Hair Color Problems and Solutions 5. Chemistry 1. Matter 1. Elements 2. Chemical Bonds 3. Explain the composition of elements, compounds, and mixtures 2. The ph Scale 1. Display a clear understanding and knowledge of the chemicals, procedures and processes associated with cosmetology using the appropriate safety and sanitary methods. 3. Chemistry of Cosmetics 1. Cosmetic Classifications 2. Shampoos 3. Rinses and conditioners 4. Perms 5. Relaxers 6. Curl Reformation 7. Hair Color 8. Product Information 6. Study of the Skin 1. Skin Theory 1. Functions of the Skin 2. Composition of the Skin 3. Types of Skin Page4 4. Skin Diseases and Disorders 1. Identify various skin ailments and describe the recommended treatment 2. Skin Care 1. Massage 1. Utilize appropriate massage manipulations to the scalp, face and neck. 2. Facial Masks 3. Skin Care Essentials 4. Infection Control and Safety Measures 5. Client Consultation 6. Basic Facial 3. Hair Removal 1. Hair Removal Essentials 2. Infection Control and Safety Measures 3. Client Consultation 4. Temporary Hair Removal 5. Basic Waxing 6. Permanent Hair Removal 4. Makeup 1. Facial Shapes 2. Color Theory 3. Makeup Essentials 4. Infection Control and Safety 5. Client Consultation 6. Makeup Techniques and Products 1. Understand and demonstrate proper procedures in applying facial make-up; and prepare for facial services 2. Demonstrate knowledge of anatomy and physiology as it applies to massages used in cosmetology Basic Makeup Application 7. Anatomy and Physiology 1. Building Blocks of the Human Body 1. Cells 2. Tissues 3. Organs 4. Body Systems 2. Basic Body Systems Page5 Student Learning Outcomes: 1. The Skeletal System 2. The Muscular System 3. The Circulatory System 4. The Nervous System 1. Identify the motor nerve point of the face and neck. 5. The Digestive System 6. The Excretory System 7. The Respiratory System 8. The Endocrine System Develop a portfolio of hair color applications using the design principles and design decision criteria provided by the instructor guidelines, to create a virgin tint darker, tint retouch, virgin tint lighter virgin bleach, and bleach retouch applications on a manikin or live model. The portfolio should also include a section on highlight applications, and lowlight applications using the same principles. Performance will be satisfactory if the project is completed in time and the portfolio meets all the specified project guidelines. Complete a decolorizing project to demonstrate competency and by achieving the degrees of de-colorization on the hair with use of a variety of lightener products and developers. Performance will be satisfactory if the project is completed in the specified time and are consistent with the guidelines. Identify and define the chemicals used in cosmetology, their use, their chemical makeup, procedures for using them as well as safety regulations for handling the chemicals. Performance will be satisfactory if the information is 100% accurate. Perform facial services on clients or models including massage manipulations, following all safety and sanitation guidelines. Perform facial makeup applications to include corrective procedures to diminish facial irregularities. Serve clients & customers by providing cosmetology services in the cosmetology lab under direct instructor supervision. CSME 2501 Teaching Plan Week Topic Material Covered Clock Hours Credit Hours Page6 1 Orientation, State Rules, Regulations Career Information, State Laws & Regulations, Safety and Sanitation, client protection Hair Color Theory, law of color, tones & hues, types of hair color, hair structure, color consultation, color formulation, chemistry as related to hair coloring. 2. Shampooing color treated hair and conditioning 9 3. Shampoo and related Theory a. Rules TDLR & college, state laws, exam information. a. Identify primary, secondary and tertiary colors & porosity of the hair. b. Understand the types of hair color and why people color their hair. c. Understand patch test and usage of peroxide. d. lighteners, toners and creating special effects. e. Special challenges in hair color and corrective solutions. f. formulating hair color and practical applications g. exam information, candidate information bulletin (CIB) & requirements Scalp Massage, aromatherapy, use of proper products and safety and sanitation procedures Page7 Chemistry Recognize how the science of chemistry influences cosmetology Facials and related theory a. Skin care techniques, skin analysis, products and hair removal b. Color theory, eyelashes and eyebrows, makeup applications The Cosmetology Department does not guarantee that each student will acquire each learning competency nor acquire all the hours necessary to complete the program within a specified period of time. Courses are scheduled at the discretion of the department and the availability of qualified faculty. Statement Of Foundation Skills And Workplace Competencies (Scan Skills): A study was conducted for the Department of Labor by the American Society for Training and Development which identified the seven skills United States employers want most in entry level employees. These skills are motivation to learn, basic skills, communication, teamwork, critical thinking, career development and leadership. HCCS is committed to preparing every student with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in today s dynamic work environment. Towards this ends, the following skills will be included in this course. Page8 Testing and assessing these skill will vary according to the individual instructor. The following are examples of how these skills may be incorporated into this course. In the course of the semester the student will be able to develop the following SCANS competencies: SCANS Matrix A. Three Part Foundation Yes No Basic Skills Reads, writes, performs arithmetic and mathematical x operations Listens and speaks Thinking Skills Thinks creatively, makes decisions, solves problems, x visualizes, Knows how to learn and reasons Personal Qualities Displays responsibility, self-esteem, sociability, selfmanagement x And integrity and honesty B. Five Workplace Competencies x Resources Identifies, organizes, plans and allocates resources x Interpersonal Works with others,, participates as a team member, x teaches work-related content Information Acquires and uses and evaluates relevant information I x Systems Understands complex inter-relationships x Technology Works with a variety of technologies x Grade Determination: Mid-term 25% Final 25% Unit Exams/ Skill Objectives (Daily Assignments and Color Portfolio) 50% Grading Scale: =A Page9 89-80 =B =C =D 59- REPEAT CLASS Lab Work: This class is a skill intensive, fast paced course and it requires that students attend class each day in order to complete their assigned projects. Tests and Special Assignments: A research topic will be assigned and a research paper of no less than 3 double- spaced typed pages will be due. This paper will be presented orally in the class as well. Unit exams will be done at the end of each unit of the textbook. Attendance Policy: Students are expected to attend class daily and be on time. Any students absent from class in excess of 12.5 percent of the hours of instruction will be dropped from the course (including lecture and laboratory time). Students arriving late to class will not be allowed to clock in. Ten points will be deducted for the first day absent from class and 5 for each day thereafter from the attendance grade. Makeup-Policy Students are allowed to make up hours for excused absences on the 2 nd Friday of the month. Missed assignment from the instructor of record is required. Withdrawals: It is the responsibility of the student to withdraw officially from a course to keep from receiving an F for the class Page10 Dress Code: Students in the cosmetology operator candidate program are expected to be self-motivated individuals and to stay on task at all times. Students must be dressed professionally and appropriately in accordance with the department dress code and must wear a lab coat at all times. Uniform as Follows: White shirt or blouse with a collar Black dress slacks or skirt (No denim) ¾ length professional type lab coat Black shoes (nursing type) no sandals or backless shoes Hose or socks must be worn Scholastic Dishonesty and Classroom Conduct: Students are expected to conduct themselves with honor and integrity in fulfilling the course requirements. Any student found cheating on a test, plagiarizing or in collusion will receive an F for the assignment and the course and will be dropped from the program. See student handbook for college policy on academic dishonesty and disciplinary problems. This level of development in a students' training is crucial to their professional development and success; any student that is disruptive or disrespectful will be dismissed from the program. Students on the client floor are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner. Loud boisterous conduct or refusing to serve a client will constitute grounds for dismissal from the program. Make-up policy for missed assignments or tests: There will be no make-up for missed unit exams. Make-up for a missed mid-term or final test will be permitted only if the student informs the instructor in advance. The student must make arrangements to take the missed test no later than 3 days after the original test date. It should be understood that the makeup test would not be the same as the test given to the rest of the student body. Page11 Students with Disabilities: HCCS has a Disability Support psychological counselor and office located at each of its five colleges. Students with physical and learning/developmental disabilities may request accommodations and special equipment through these offices. For specific program information, locations and procedures to receive accommodations and equipment, see the Student Handbook and Class Schedule. TITLE IX Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 requires that institutions have policies and procedures that protect students rights with regard to sex/gender discrimination. Information regarding these rights are on the HCC website under Students-Anti-discrimination. Students who are pregnant and require accommodations should contact any of the ADA Counselors for assistance. It is important that every student understands and conforms to respectful behavior while at HCC. Sexual misconduct is not condoned and will be addressed promptly. Know your rights and how to avoid these difficult situations by logging in from your HCC student account, go to Go to the button at the top right that says Login and click. Enter your student number. STUDENTS WITH A CRIMINAL RECORD House Bill 1508 Students with a criminal history should contact TDLR at to request a criminal history evaluation letter, regardless of whether or not they have been convicted of a criminal offense. Page12 Course Calendar: Week One-Introduction/Orientation/Rules & Regulations/Safety & Sanitation and Introduction to Hair Coloring Unit Exams: Rules and Safety Assignment: Read Chapter 12 Basics of Chemistry Project Introduction Week Two-Lab task: Hair Lightening mock Assignment: Continue with Chapter 12 Basics of Chemistry Week Three- Lab task: Hair Lightening Retouch mock Assignment: Read Chapter 21 Haircoloring Week Four-Lab task: Virgin Tint Hair Color mock Assignment: Chapter 21 Haircoloring Week Five- Lab task: Virgin Tint Hair Color to darken mock Assignment: Read Chapter 21 Haircoloring Week Six-Lab task: Virgin Tint Hair Color to Lighten mock Assignment: Continue reading Chapter 21Haircoloring Week Seven-Lab task: Semi Permanent Tint Review for Mid-Term Exams Week Eight-Mid-Term Exams Practical and Written (online CH 12 and 21) Week Nine-Lab task: Highlights mock and Facials Introduction Assignment: Read Chapter 7 Skin Structure, Growth, & Nutrition Week Ten-Lab task: Lowlights and Facials Assignment: Read Chapter 8 Skin Disorders and Diseases Week Eleven-Lab task: Hair Removal Assignment: Read Chapter 22 Hair Removal Week Twelve-Lab task: Facials Assignment: Read Chapter 23 Facials Week Thirteen-Lab task: Facial Makeup Assignment: Read Chapter 24 Facial Makeup Page13 Week Fourteen-Lab task: Combination color/bleach create a design of your choice Project: Portfolio Due Tuesday (before & after photos of results of tint, bleach, lowlights, highlights or combinations/experimental on a Power Point Presentation) Week Fifteen-Review for final exams lab & written Week Sixteen Final Exam lab & written (online CH 7,8, 22, 23, 24) Page14
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