Synopses & Reviews
As new techniques and methods are developed in the field of cosmetology, new words are created that become a part of cosmetology terminology. In this regard, Milady's Illustrated Cosmetology Dictionary, 2nd Edition is comprised of words and phrases that are used in connection with cosmetology and are defined in their sense of relationship to anatomy, cosmetic chemistry, electricity, dermatology, esthetics, hair structure and chemistry, nutrition, color, massage therapy and professional skills. This dictionary presents current terminology designed to provide cosmetologists with a practical, comprehensive reference that is professionally correct. It expertly serves the needs of today's students, teachers, managers, salon owners, and practitioners. It is also an ideal classroom instruction instrument for preparing students for state board licensing examinations.
This newly revised A-to-Z dictionary takes the guesswork out of cosmetology terms and their meanings. Up-to-date, thorough, and well illustrated, this reference is a complete source for the latest information regarding cosmetology, dermatology, esthetics, hair structure, and nutrition.
Milady's Illustrated Cosmetology Dictionary, 2nd Edition, provides a practical, comprehensive reference to current cosmetology terminology. This extensive A to Z reference, complete with illustrations and pronunciation aids, is an invaluable resource for educational, professional, and personal use.
About the Author
Affiliation: Columbus Technical College. Beatty has extensive credentials within and outside of the cosmetology field. She holds a Cosmetology Instructors License and a Master Cosmetology License. Also, she is licensed by the Professional Standards Commission. She is a Master Barber, a Practical Nurse, an author, an educator for Milady?s Career Institute and a Look Good and Feel Better regional trainer. She owns Cosmetology Concepts, a provider of home study courses in Georgia for Instructors License renewal. She reviews books and products for Thomson Learning, and is pursuing a bachelor?s degree in Technical Studies from the University of Georgia.
Table of Contents
Prefixes. Suffixes. A-Z Dictionary. Anatomy Tables: The Skeletal System, Anterior View. The Skeletal System; Posterior View. Cranium, Face, and Neck Bones. The Muscular System, Anterior View. The Muscular System, Posterior View. Muscles of the Face, Head, and Neck. The Nervous System: Brain, Spinal Cord, and Main Nerves of the Body. Nerves of the Face, Head, and Neck. Nerves of the Arm and Hand. Motor Nerve Points of the Face and Neck. The Circulatory System. Arteries of the Head, Face, and Neck. Veins of the Head, Face, and Neck. Blood Supply for the Arm and Hand. Anatomy of the Heart. The Digestive System. The Endocrine System. The Respiratory System. The Lymphatic System. The Integumentary System. Table of Elements. The pH Scale. Chart of Disinfectants Commonly Used. Chart of Antiseptics Commonly Used. Weights and Measures. Metric Conversion Factor. Everyday Metric Aid. Vitamin and Mineral Chart. .