Restorative Art I - FNS 211


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FNS 211 - Restorative Art I
Presents surface contour; the influence of the bone structure on facial form; and the effect of the facial muscles on the wrinkles, grooves, and folds of the face. Teaches the treatments and techniques for restorations. Introduces wax and non-wax treatments such as swellings, feature corrections, and hair restoration. Studies lip- waxing techniques and the modeling of various forms of the mouth and eyes. Teaches the rudiments of cosmetic knowledge and techniques through lectures, demonstrations, and student participation. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
Lecture 2 hours. Laboratory 2 hours. Total 4 hours per week.
3 credits