Minnesota School of Cosmetology opened its doors to students impacted by the closure of Regency. Read about the transition made by former students and an instructor here.
It’s Nov. 1, and you won the prize “Best Costume” as a sexy zombie at the hottest Halloween party last night! Your makeup was on point with piles of paint, fake blood and the longest and lushest falsies at the party! Since a lot of costume makeup is formulated differently than everyday cosmetics, your skin is likely going to need a detox. Your poor pores!
Here are some tips for your skin when it comes to Halloween.
- Again, don’t forget to use a moisturizer. You had a million products on your face and you did a deep clean to remove it. Time to give your skin a hydrating drink!
- Get every last drop of makeup off your face once the night is over. No going to sleep with those false lashes either! Use a cold cream or oil-based formula first, rinse and repeat until every trace is gone. Then wash your face with your usual face wash and end with a light-weight moisturizer.
- Don’t have a facial or exfoliate your skin the morning of Halloween or the day before. You don’t want your fresh, open pores to get clogged with face paint.
- Exfoliate your skin the next day. You may also want to do a purifying clay mask to avoid breakouts.
- Makeup, cleansers and adult beverages are dehydrating so be sure to drink plenty of water to flush away toxins and battle inflammation.
- Give your face a break from makeup the day after Halloween. It needs time to breathe after all of that fun!
1. Hair is made up mostly of keratin, the same protein animals’ horns, hooves, claws, feathers, and beaks are made of.
2. When wet, a healthy strand of hair can stretch an additional 30% of its original length.
3. Hair grows slightly faster in warm weather, because heat stimulates circulation and encourages hair growth.
4. All hair is dead, with the exception of the hair that’s still inside the epidermis of your scalp.
5. Hair contains information about everything that has ever been in your bloodstream, including drugs, and is one of the most commonly used types of forensic evidence.
6. The only thing about you that can’t be identified by your hair is your gender—men’s hair and women’s hair are identical in structure.
7. Black is the most common hair color. Red is the rarest and only exists in about 1 percent of the world’s population, with blonde hair found in 2 percent.
8. As soon as a hair is plucked from its follicle, a new one begins to grow.
9. Hair is 50 percent carbon, 21 percent oxygen, 17 percent nitrogen, 6 percent hydrogen, and 5 percent sulphur.
10. Hair can grow anywhere on the human body with the exception of the palms of hands, soles of feet, eyelids, lips, and mucous membranes.
11. Goosebumps from cold or fear are the result of hair follicles contracting, causing the hair and surrounding skin to bunch up.
12. The average number of hair strands varies by natural color, with blondes having the most and redheads having the fewest.
13. The scientific term for split ends is “trichoptilosis.”
14. Aside from bone marrow, hair is the fastest growing tissue in the body.
15. Balding only begins to become visible once you’ve lost over 50 percent of the hairs from your scalp.
16. At any given time, 90 percent of the hairs in your scalp are growing, while the other 10 percent are resting.
17. A single hair has a lifespan of about five years.
18. Hair acts as a layer of thermally insulating protection for our heads, which lack the insulation that fat provides for the rest of our bodies.
19. Eighty percent of Americans wash their hair twice a day.
20. Each strand of hair can support up to 100 grams in weight. Multiply that by the average 100,000 to 150,000 strands on each head, and your entire head of hair could support the weight equivalent to two elephants.
Read more: http://stylecaster.com/beauty/weird-hair-facts/#ixzz4O1VlCkvB
Minnesota School of Cosmetology (MSC) is being recognized nationally for its excellent infection control standards and dedication to the Barbicide Certification Program.
MSC was awarded the Barbicide Sapphire Award Nov. 16 at our Woodbury location, 1750 Weir Dr #3, Woodbury, MN 55125. The school is being recognized for having the most participants in the barbicide online learning course and for consistently utilizing the tools given in the course.
There is only one winner in each category for the national honor. MSC was the winner of the medium school/small category.
“MSC demonstrated they are one of the leaders in the county when it comes to proper sanitation,” Alan Muphy, President of BlueCoBrands, said. He presented the award.
“Receiving the Sapphire award is such an honor. Our Woodbury school manager, Josh Luhmann-Woodbury, has worked very diligently with our students on safety and sanitation. Our students’ dedication to keeping our campus clean and our clients safe is to be commended,” said campus director, Jill Hocking.
Several criteria were taken into account when selecting winners for this award which include, the number of students certified, school size/type, certification type, school program participation length, and general application.
“Completing the barbicide online learning course sets MSC students ahead of other cosmetology students, by ensuring that all of its students are fully prepared with the knowledge needed to be successful in the hair industry. The number one key to their success in the salon will start with their sanitation and disinfestation standards,” Lumann-Woodbury said.
“Nothing is more important in cosmetology school than education about proper infection control, and learning about the risks of dangerous pathogens. While it may not be the most glamorous thing taught at school, infection control can make or break a professionals’ career,” according to Barbicide.
MSC will receive an optional onsite training along with the award.
Minnesota School of Cosmetology (MSC) is once again partnering with the Salvation Army to make sure kids will stay warm this winter.
Both Plymouth and Woodbury locations are now accepting gently used or new coat donations from clients for the Coats for Kids campaign. In return for those donations, clients will receive $10 off a single service.
“Our goal is to beat the 150 coats we collected last year between each location,” said Cori Omundson, front desk manager.
Besides the adult-size coats, there is great need for infant, toddler and children ages 3-12 sizes.
Donations will be collected through Oct. 24, 2016 at both MSC locations.
- The Woodbury campus is located at 1750 Weird Drive Ste. 3, Woodbury, MN 55125.
- The Plymouth campus is located at 1425 County Rd 101, Plymouth, MN 55447.
For more information, contact Cassie Hartman at 651-332-8073 or email@example.com
Minnesota School of Cosmetology (MSC) is excited to welcome all students displaced by the sudden closure of Regency Beauty
Institute. MSC will be holding a special open house on Tuesday, October 4, 2016 from 1-7 p.m. at both its Woodbury and Plymouth campuses to provide important information and answer all questions about the transition. There will also be food and complimentary salon services.
MSC will be accepting all Regency hours to help students complete their education as seamlessly as possible. In addition, MSC has scheduled a special start date of Oct. 10, 2016 for Regency students so they can continue their cosmetology training with their former classmates. Each displaced Regency students will be assigned a MSC mentor student to help answer questions and make them feel welcome in their new home.
For additional questions, call our Plymouth campus at 763-404-4800 or our Woodbury campus at Woodbury 651-287-2180.