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The Beauty of Hair. Desiree Woodle AP English Literature & Composition Mrs. Saunders . The Reason for my interest in hair. What it takes to be a hairstylist? History on African American hair Differences in African American and Caucasian hair Interest of hair styles.
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The Beauty of Hair Desiree Woodle AP English Literature & Composition Mrs. Saunders
The Reason for my interest in hair • What it takes to be a hairstylist? • History on African American hair • Differences in African American and Caucasian hair • Interest of hair styles
How do you become a hairstylist? • Nine month course • No need for a 4 year college • Graduate degree from a licensed school • Flexible Hours • Connections • People Skills
African American hair history • Madame C.J. Walker (1867-1919) • Garret Morgan (1877-1963) • “Black is Beautiful” • Appearance was everything http://www.mygrowthplan.org/Biographies/MadamC.J.Walker.htm http://www.inventionware.com/garrett-morgan/
Will never get old Relaxer Jheri Curl http://www.vasudasalon.com/about-hair-amp-services/relaxers-amp-straighteners http://threenaturals.com/home/?p=1010
Caucasian Vs. African American Hair • different follicles • texture and thickness • (8 figure structure & oval shape) • cross section & wave and bond pattern • Protein and growth rate • Protective Oils
Different Things I Learned • Curling with the Curling Wand • Shampooing & Detangling • Flat Ironing • Marcel Curling • Spiral Rod Set/Perm Wrap • Crimping
Product • Total Number of Hours: 16 ½
Mentor • Mrs. LaTia Taylor • Instructor at the Cosmetology School in Asheboro, NC. • Has worked at Cosmetology School for 4 years in January.
Obstacles • Time Management
THANK YOU At this time I will now answer any questions you may have.