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Cosmetology Schools Rapidly Adopting CyberImaging as Innovative Learning Tool

CyberImaging, Inc., providers of advanced imaging solutions to the beauty industry, today announced that it is now serving more than 200 cosmetology schools throughout North America, including 11 new system installations in May.Ê More than 50,000 Cosmetology students have now used CyberImaging as a learning instrument and have been trained to meet the growing demand for the product’s use as an innovative marketing tool in salons and spas.Cosmetology schools are implementing CyberImaging to enhance their curriculum and student experience.Ê CyberImaging gives students the opportunity to use imaging technology to visually experiment with various combinations of styles, colors, face shapes and textures in a realistic virtual environment.Ê It also provides cosmetology instructorsÊwith royalty-free student exercises, which can be used in conjunction with the CyberImaging consultation to reinforceÊtechniques learned in a student’s cosmetology textbook.Ê The solution is updated regularly with hairstyles from the Family Album and Pivot Point.

Students also learn how CyberImaging is used as an innovative marketing tool that cost-effectively increases revenue, enhances programs, promotes products and differentiates salons.Ê The latest version, which was previewed last month at the International Beauty Show in New York, boasts several enhancements designed to improve the product’s usability and functionality.Ê CyberImaging now allows stylists to promote and associate retail products such as hair color or shampoo to their client’s hairstyle simulation.

“Cosmetology schools are quickly recognizing that CyberImaging is more than an effective marketing tool for salons and spas,” said Hal Wilson, president of CyberImaging.Ê “They view the product as a cost-effective and innovative teaching tool that enhances their curriculum as well as their student’s learning experience.”

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