Fundamentals of Hair Styling II wveis code 1736



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Fundamentals of Hair Styling II WVEIS Code 1736


This course will provide the knowledge and skills for working with hair and scalp, scalp treatment, shampoo and rinse, facial shapes, hair styles, wiggery, hair relaxer and hair coloring.

Standard 1: Shaping and Wave (1736.S.1)


Students will demonstrate how to make a shaping and wave.

Shaping and Wave Objectives


Students will:

1736.1.1 Match terms associated with shaping to the correct definitions.

1736.1.2 Identify the styling section of the head.

1736.1.3 Match styling sections of the head to the correct functions.

1736.1.4 State the purpose of a shaping.

1736.1.5 Identify geometric lines used in hair shaping.

1736.1.6 Identify open and closed ends of a shaping.

1736.1.7 Arrange in order the steps for establishing a natural part in hair.

1736.1.8 Arrange in order the steps for finding natural hair growth direction.

1736.1.9 Select from a list rules to observe when making shaping.

1736.1.10 Section head into five styling sections.

1736.1.11 Make a shaping.

1736.1.12 Make a wave.

1736.1.13 Make a C-shape.


Standard 2: Pin Curls (1736.S.2)


Students will demonstrate the ability to form pin curls.

Pin Curls Objectives


Students will:

1736.2.1 Match terms associated with pin curls to the correct definitions.

1736.2.2 Identify parts of a pin curl.

1736.2.3 Match parts of a pin curl to the correct functions.

1736.2.4 Identify types of pin curl stems.

1736.2.5 Match types of pin curl stems to the correct functions.

1736.2.6 Compare pin curl stems in relation to the pick-up line.

1736.2.7 Identify types of pin curls.

1736.2.8 Match types of pin curls to the correct functions.

1736.2.9 Identify bases used in forming a pin curl.

1736.2.10 Match bases used in forming a pin curl to the correct functions.

1736.2.11 Identify implements used to form a pin curl.

1736.2.12 Match implements used to form a pin curl to the correct functions.

1736.2.13 Select from a list of rules to observe while forming a pin curl.

1736.2.14 Place sculpture curls in a shaping.

1736.2.15 Place stand up curls for volume.

1736.2.16 Form flare curls.

1736.2.17 Place ridge curls in set.

1736.2.18 Place curved or C-based curls in a shaping.

1736.2.19 Form a skip wave.

1736.2.20 Complete a basic set using various types of pin curls.

Standard 3: Finger Waving Principles (1736.S.3)


Students will apply the knowledge and skill of finger waving principles.

Finger Waving Principles Objectives


Students will:

1736.3.1 Match terms associated with finger waving to the correct definitions.

1736.3.2 Identify equipment and materials used in finger waving.

1736.3.3 Explain hair growth directions.

1736.3.4 Select from a list rules to observe during finger waving.

1736.3.5 Indicate the main characteristics of good finger waves.

1736.3.6 Demonstrate the ability to finger wave a full head of hair using a side part.

Standard 4: Air Wave Hair (1736.S.4)


Students will demonstrate the knowledge needed to air wave hair.

Air Wave Hair Objectives


Students will:

1736.4.1 Match terms associated with air waving to the correct definitions.

1736.4.2 Identify implements and equipment used in air waving.

1736.4.3 Match implements and equipment used in air waving to the correct functions.

1736.4.4 Note products used in air waving.

1736.4.5 Arrange in order the steps to air wave hair.

1736.4.6 Recall safety precautions to observe while air waving hair.

1736.4.7 Air wave hair using blow dryer and round brush.

1736.4.8 Use curling iron to style hair.

1736.4.9 Use hot comb to style hair.

1736.4.10 Curl hair using spring-control curling iron.

Standard 5: Wiggery (1736.S.5)


Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills in wiggery.

Wiggery Objectives


Students will:

1736.5.1 Match terms associated with hairpieces to the correct definitions.

1736.5.2 Match types of wig materials to the correct descriptions.

1736.5.3 Repeat federal government requirements for labeling hairpieces.

1736.5.4 Identify types of hairpieces.

1736.5.5 Match hairpieces to the correct method of construction.

1736.5.6 Identify implements and equipment used for styling hairpieces.

1736.5.7 List the steps in measuring the head to fit a wig.

1736.5.8 Recall methods of sizing and blocking a wig.

1736.5.9 Distinguish between products for cleaning hairpieces.

1736.5.10 Arrange in order the steps for cleaning a hairpiece.

1736.5.11 Style a wiglet.

1736.5.12 Style a wig.

Standard 6: Permanent Weaving (1736.S.6)


Students will apply the principles of permanent waving.

Permanent Weaving Objectives


Students will:

1736.6.1 Examine and analyze clients hair and scalp.

1736.6.2 Identify clients’ preparation prior to perm.

1736.6.3 Demonstrate a shaping on client.

1736.6.4 Section and block the head in a straight back pattern.

1736.6.5 Section and block the head in a double halo pattern.

1736.6.6 Section and block the head in a dropped crown position.

1736.6.7 Select rods, section and subsection head, wrap off-base curls.

1736.6.8 Select rods, section and subsection head, wrap half-base curls.

1736.6.9 Wrap hair with single end paper.

1736.6.10 Wrap hair with double end paper.

1736.6.11 Wrap hair with book end paper.

1736.6.12 Identify choice of waving lotion and apply.

1736.6.13 Develop test curls.

1736.6.14 Application of neutralizer-direct method.

1736.6.15 Application of neutralizer-splash on method.

1736.6.16 Develop piggyback wrap for long hair.

1736.6.17 Develop a body permanent.

1736.6.18 Give acid-balanced permanent wave using preheated dryer.

Standard 7: Chemical Hair Relaxer (1736.S.7)


Students will demonstrate the ability to give a chemical hair relaxer.

Chemical Hair Relaxer Objectives


Students will:

1736.7.1 Match terms associated with chemical relaxing to the correct definitions.

1736.7.2 Distinguish between hair density and hair texture.

1736.7.3 Distinguish between elasticity and porosity.

1736.7.4 Identify the structure of the hair.

1736.7.5 Describe the parts of the hair structure.

1736.7.6 Match products used in the chemical relaxing process to their correct descriptions.

1736.7.7 Recall methods of applying chemical relaxer to the hair.

1736.7.8 Itemize implements used of chemical relaxing.

1736.7.9 Arrange in order the steps for taking a strand test.

1736.7.10 Select from a list safety precautions to observe during the chemical relaxing process.

1736.7.11 Arrange in order the steps for a chemical relaxer.

1736.7.12 Arrange in order the steps for a relaxer retouch.

1736.7.13 Arrange in order the steps for a chemical blow-out.

1736.7.14 Complete a record chart.

1736.7.15 Determine the proper chemical relaxer and procedure to follow when given a specific situation.

1736.7.16 Section hair for a chemical relaxer.

1736.7.17 Straighten hair using a thio chemical relaxer.

1736.7.18 Straighten hair using a sodium hydroxide (caustic) relaxer.

Standard 8: Hair Coloring (1736.S.8)


Students will demonstrate knowledge and skill in hair coloring.

Hair Coloring Objectives


Students will:

1736.8.1 Match terms associated with hair coloring to the correct definitions.

1736.8.2 Describe hair structure as it relates to hair coloring.

1736.8.3 List types of hair coloring products.

1736.8.4 Match hair coloring products to the general coloring characteristics.

1736.8.5 Arrange in order the steps in performing a predisposition test.

1736.8.6 List the primary and secondary colors.

1736.8.7 Distinguish between warm and cool colors.

1736.8.8 Distinguish between single application and double application services.

1736.8.9 Distinguish between shades and stages of hair coloring.

1736.8.10 Describe nonprofessional hair color products.

1736.8.11 Distinguish between henna and soap cap.

1736.8.12 Demonstrate different methods to apply color fillers.

1736.8.13 Demonstrate pre-softening of hair.

1736.8.14 Describe the effect of oxidation in hair coloring.

1736.8.15 Select from a list information included on a hair color chart.

1736.8.16 Label hair care products used after coloring.

1736.8.17 Select from a list corrective measures for hair color problems.

1736.8.18 Formulate information necessary for completing a record card.

1736.8.19 Recall safety precautions to observe during hair coloring.

1736.8.20 Correct hair color problems.

1736.8.21 Apply a virgin tint darker than natural hair color.

1736.8.22 Apply a tint retouch.

1736.8.23 Apply color for lighter shade (single application).

1736.8.24 Apply instant temporary color.

1736.8.25 Apply semi-permanent color.


Standard 9: Hair Lightening (1736.S.9)


Students will demonstrate knowledge of skill of hair lightening.

Hair Lightening Objectives


Students will:

1736.9.1 Match terms associated with lightening and toning to the correct definitions.

1736.9.2 Match hair structures as they relate to lightening and toning to the correct descriptions.

1736.9.3 Define hair porosity.

1736.9.4 Match lightening and toning products to the general lightening characteristics.

1736.9.5 Repeat the stages of hair lightening.

1736.9.6 Distinguish between shades and stages of hair coloring.

1736.9.7 Recall primary and secondary colors.

1736.9.8 Select from a list color rules to observe during lightening and toning.

1736.9.9 Distinguish between warm and cool colors.

1736.9.10 Connect hydrogen peroxide as a developer for tints and lighteners.

1736.9.11 Distinguish between a virgin lightener and a lightener retouch.

1736.9.12 Select from a list the proper ways of selecting a toner color.

1736.9.13 Indicate the chemical composition of penetrating products used in lightening and toning.



1736.9.14 Distinguish between color lifting and color grabbing.

1736.9.15 Arrange in order the steps for giving a predisposition test.


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