Miladys Cosmetology Chapter 1
Chapter one of miladys standard cosmetology book 2012
Terms in this set (18)
the art and science of beautifying and improving the hair, skin, and nails, and the study of cosmetics and their application
used minerals, insects, and berries to create makeup for their eyes. First civilization to infuse essential oils from leaves, bark, and blossoms of plants for use as perfumes and purification purposes.
During the Shang Dynasty, a tinted mixture of gum arabic, gelatin, beeswax, and egg whites was rubbed onto their nails to color them a crimson or ebony. Throughout the Chou Dynasty, gold and silver were considered royal colors
Women applied white lead onto their faces, kohl on their eyes, and vermillion upon the cheeks and lips.
Made facials from milk, bread, and fine wine. Other facials were made from corn with flour and milk, or flour with fresh butter.
Noblewomen tinted their hair red, middle-class women tinted their hair blond, and poor women dyed their hair black.
Women shaved eyebrows and hairline to expand the forehead and create a look of intelligence.
The Victorian Age
Beauty masks were made with honey, eggs, milk, oatmeal, fruits, vegetables, and other natural ingredients.
The Victorian Age
Women were said to have pinched their cheeks and bitten their lips to induce natural color.
The Twentieth Century
Beauty applications began to follow the trends set by celebrities and society figures.
invented makeup that wouldn't cake or crack under studio lights.
on October 8, 1906, he invented a heavily wired machine that supplied an electric current to metal rods around which hair was wrapped. The end result was with loose end curls and waves.
Madame C.J. Walker
Invented "Madame Walker's Wonderful Hair Grower"
Invented the first curling iron
the preheat-perm method was introduced in this year.
Marketed the first Nail Polish by Relon.
introduced the first permanent haircolor product and founded the company Clairol
Arnold F. Willatt
Invented the cold wave (used no machine or heat) which was the precursor to the modern perm