Although prevention and new medical interventions may reduce the pace of the epidemic, HIV will be a significant disease for many years both in the United States and the world. Education provides the opportunity to ensure that West Virginia salon professionals have the information necessary to work with and provide services to persons with HIV.
This course is designed for all salon and spa professionals in West Virginia.
A hair color service is a common procedure in professional salons today. As such, all stylists should be familiar with the hair color service process, regardless of whether they will actually be coloring clients' hair or if their salon has dedicated hair colorists. By refreshing your basic understanding of hair color products and building on your knowledge, you can ensure that clients are happy and will return for additional services.
Clients with cancer have unique needs in terms of hair, skin, and nail care, and professionals should be aware of basic recommendations to best help these individuals. This course has provided an overview of the most common types of cancer therapies that affect the hair, skin, and as well as a more in-depth look at specific issues that affect these areas of the body. Care guidelines and suggestions for issues discussed have been outlined, with an emphasis on tailoring these guidelines to each client's individual needs. Finally, a review of client resources, including online resources specifically designed for individuals with cancer, has been provided. Given the unique emotional challenges faced by cancer patients, including lowered self-esteem, depression, and worry regarding their quickly changing appearance, salon professionals are in a unique position to help these people regain confidence and improve their outlook on daily life during this extremely difficult time.