Cosmetology is designed to prepare the student for employment in the field of cosmetology. Training includes three semesters of classroom and laboratory activities that are necessary to become proficient as a cosmetologist. The course meets a total of 1500 clock hours. The program is approved by the State Board of Cosmetology. The curriculum contains the following areas of emphasis:
- Shampooing and rinsing
- Scalp and hair treatment
- Hair-shaping and hair-styling
- Styling of wigs
- Permanent waves
- Chemical hair relaxing
- Facial treatment
- Hair composition
- License or Examinations Required for Employment
Upon completion of their training the students will be issued a certificate, which entitles
them to write the State Cosmetology Board examination. Passing the examination is
required before a student can be licensed as a cosmetologist in the State of Mississippi.
- Three semesters, 1500 hours of class and laboratory
Jones County Junior College is accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
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