Cosmetologists can be taught to keep their hair in order to ensure it doesn’t get caught in the scalp of a new customer, according to a new Cosmetology Education program from the University of Iowa.
This new program was launched in collaboration with the Ohio Cosmetological License Board, the licensing board for the state’s two licensed cosmetological schools.
The Iowa program was designed to help licensed cosmologists stay in control of their hair, which is a major consideration for many students.
“This new education is intended to ensure that cosmetologist students and the profession are educated to provide the best service possible for their clients and the community,” said Jessica Tullock, the Director of Education for the Ohio Board of Cosmetologist Licensure.
The new program is an initiative of the Iowa Board of the Ohio College of Cosmology, which was formed to support the licensing boards efforts to educate and protect the profession.
The College of the Cosmology is one of the largest in the country.
Students can attend a four-week course that will cover the basics of cosmetistry and a five-week certification program that will provide students with certification in all areas of the industry.
The program will be offered through the Ohio License Board’s Cosmetologie Education Program, which also offers training in hairstyling, styling and hair care.
The Ohio Cosméticians Association, the cosmetolgist association, is helping fund the program, which will be in place for a period of six months.
While the new licensing program has not been tested in a controlled environment, it is expected to help cosmetologics avoid costly salon visits and salon visits for their hair.
It is hoped that this new program will allow cosmetists to maintain their professional standards, and that students will be taught how to avoid the common mistakes that can lead to costly salon procedures.
Iowa Cosmetists are also planning to expand their Cosmetogno program to include a more comprehensive curriculum and will be offering the first class in 2019.
For more information about Iowa Cosmetolgy licensing, visit the Iowa License Board website.
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