Commentary, J Pls Sur Cos Vol: 4 Issue: 2
Cosmetology - A Revolutionary Change in Surgery Field
Department of Cosmetic Surgery, Korean Health University, Korea
Received: 03 December, 2021; Accepted: 17 December, 2021; Published: 24 December, 2021
Keywords: Plastic Surgery
Cosmetology is the art and wisdom beautifying the hair, nails, and skin. Specific disciplines in cosmetology include hairstyling ( coiffure and coloring), esthetics ( skin care), makeup operation, nail care (manicures and pedicures), and other beauty treatments Cosmetology (from Greek κοσμητικός, kosmētikos,"beautifying"; and-λογία,-logia) is the study and operation of beauty treatment. Branches of specialty include hairstyling, skin care, cosmetics, manicures/ pedicures,non-permanent hair junking similar as waxing and sugaring, and endless hair junking processes similar as electrology and violent palpitated light (IPL). Hairstylists are trained and certified to perform ornamental treatments to the hair, skin, and nails. This can be expanded into multiple corridor including slice and chemically treating hair, chemical hair junking, fashion trends, hairpieces, nails and skin care, skin and hair analysis; relaxation ways including head, neck, crown, hand and bases introductory massage and aroma curatives; plus capability to consummately apply makeup operations to cover up dark spots or promote and can expand into farther specialties similar as reflexology; theatrical operations; cosmetics and others as listed below. A hair color specialist, or hair colorist, specializes in the revision of natural hair color exercising colorful operation styles while using a colorant product from a professional company. In the US, some colorists are qualified through the American Board of Certified Hair Colorists. This designation is used to fete colorists that have a lesser position of faculty in the assiduity through a written test and a practical test. A hair color specialist's duties might include, but aren't limited to, introductory color operations, like covering slate, and lightening or darkening natural hair color. A color specialist is also suitable to perform corrective color operations and produce special goods using beating ways or any other advanced color operation system A soap technician soaps and conditions a customer's hair in medication for the hair hairstylist. This is generally an apprentice position and a first step for numerous just out of cosmetology academy. Aestheticians are certified professionals who are experts in maintaining and perfecting skinAn aesthetician's general compass of practice is limited to the epidermis (the external subcaste of skin). Aestheticians work in numerous different surroundings similar as salons, medi- gyms, day gyms, skin care conventions, and private practices. Aestheticians may also specialize in treatments similar as microdermabrasion, microcurrent ( also known asnon-surgical" face lifts"), ornamental electrotherapy treatments (galvanic current, high frequence), LED ( light- emitting diode) treatments, ultrasound/ ultrasonic ( low position), and mechanical massage (vacuum and g8 vibratory). An aesthetician may suffer special training for treatments similar as ray hair junking, endless makeup operation, light chemical peels, eyelash extensions, microblading, and electrology. In the US, aestheticians must be certified in the state in which they're working and are governed by the cosmetology board conditions of that state. Aestheticians must complete a minimal 260 – 1500 hours of training and pass both a written and hands-on test in order to be certified in a given state. Utah, Virginia and Washington are the only countries at this time to borrow the Master Esthetician License. Fresh post graduate training is occasionally needed when specializing in areas similar as medical esthetics ( working in a croaker's office). Aestheticians work under a dermatologist's supervision only when employed by the dermatologist's practice. Aestheticians treat a wide variety of skin issues that are ornamental in nature, similar as mild acne, hyperpigmentation, and growing skin; thus, guests with skin complaint and diseases are appertained to a dermatologist or other medical professional. Aestheticians are also appertained to as hairdressers within North America.
The authors are grateful to the journal editor and the anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments and suggestions.
Conflict of Interest
The authors declared no potential conflicts of interest for the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.