Cosmetology: How to Build a Better Haircut
10.00
Online
Elective
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Learning objectives:
  • Recognize the basic elements that create the necessary building blocks for haircut development. 
  • Review the types of hair parts, parting patterns and their direction. 
  • Identify the types of cutting methods and recognize the result of pairing parting direction with variations in distribution. 
  • Differentiate the influence on the hair when using various types of cutting tools. 
  • Identify the results of using specific cutting tools and hand positions on various hair types. 
  • Identify methods of altering cut components for density, texture, natural hairlines and curl patterns that may interfere with finished designs. 
  • Construct haircuts that will provide confidence in clients by complimenting the head shape and facial contours, based on bone structure and underlying tissues. 
  • Confidently apply the appropriate hair cutting technique while using the most effective implement for successful results.

About the Author
Lisa A. Snyder is a licensed Managing Cosmetologist in the State of Ohio. I received my license in 1979 and have worked in salons for many years. In 1982 I received my Instructor’s license and began my teaching career. I retired from teaching this past June with over 30 years of classroom and lab experience.

How to Build a Better Haircut

10.00
Learning objectives:
  • Recognize the basic elements that create the necessary building blocks for haircut development. 
  • Review the types of hair parts, parting patterns and their direction. 
  • Identify the types of cutting methods and recognize the result of pairing parting direction with variations in distribution. 
  • Differentiate the influence on the hair when using various types of cutting tools. 
  • Identify the results of using specific cutting tools and hand positions on various hair types. 
  • Identify methods of altering cut components for density, texture, natural hairlines and curl patterns that may interfere with finished designs. 
  • Construct haircuts that will provide confidence in clients by complimenting the head shape and facial contours, based on bone structure and underlying tissues. 
  • Confidently apply the appropriate hair cutting technique while using the most effective implement for successful results.

About the Author
Lisa A. Snyder is a licensed Managing Cosmetologist in the State of Ohio. I received my license in 1979 and have worked in salons for many years. In 1982 I received my Instructor’s license and began my teaching career. I retired from teaching this past June with over 30 years of classroom and lab experience.