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Beaufort County Community College's Cosmetology curriculum is designed to provide both classroom learning and hands-on experience, and one way the students hone their skills is by offering cosmetology services to the public in a simulated salon environment located in Building 11 on BCCC's campus.

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Cosmetology services offered to the public on campus


    WASHINGTON, N.C.     Beaufort County Community College's Cosmetology curriculum is designed to provide both classroom learning and hands-on experience, and one way the students hone their skills is by offering cosmetology services to the public in a simulated salon environment located in Building 11 on BCCC's campus.

    "Providing these services helps prepare them for what they'll do in a real salon," says Cosmetology Lead Instructor Velma Worsley. "They learn how to handle consultation, making sure that they are providing what the customer wants and having a professional attitude. It's also a great way for them to experience the need for multi-tasking and working quickly."

    The students work with all kinds of hair and all kinds of clients in the campus salon, adds Worsley.

    "We teach them that the client is the most important person in the world while they're here," she says. "We want them to always be mindful that they are representing Beaufort County Community College when they are wearing that uniform, just like if they were working for a salon."

    The students take clients on Tuesday through Friday mornings beginning at 9:15 a.m. Services are reasonably priced, and a full range is offered, from basic haircuts to highlights and styling, as well as skin and nail services. A price list is available on BCCC's website.

    To book an appointment, call 252-940-6464. For more information about BCCC's Cosmetology curriculum, contact Worsley at 252-940-6230 or Velma.Worsley@BeaufortCCC.edu.


BCCC's Cosmetology students provide hair, skin and nail care services to the public in a simulated salon environment on campus.

    Beaufort County Community College is a public comprehensive community college committed to accessible and affordable quality education, effective teaching, relevant training, and lifelong learning opportunities for the people served by the College.
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Melany said:
( February 20th, 2023 @ 9:37 pm )
 
I have sensitive skin (eczema) and i’m looking to dye my hair are the products safe for my type skin? ^_^



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