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BEAUTY CARE

PURPOSE

The purpose of this module is to introduce students to the knowledge and understanding required to practice basic beauty care skills and routines. Students will develop the knowledge and skills required to select suitable beauty products and carry out simple routines in skin care, make–up, and hand and foot care. This module can help to enhance the personal Beauty care and appearance of the student and is useful as a preparation for employment or possible future training in the beauty or cosmetic industry.

Explains Learning outcomes and teacher Guideline 

Best Skin Care

  • LEARNING OUTCOMES

The student will be able to:

  1. describe the structure and functions of the skin.
  2. identify the main skin types.
  3. identify a range of best skin care products suitable for each of the skin types.
  4. carry out a simple allergy test.
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  5. select the materials and products needed to cleanse, tone and moisturise the face.
  6. prepare a client for a facial treatment.
  7. demonstrate a simple cleansing, toning and moisturising routine for the face and neck
  8. discuss the effects of the indoor and outdoor environment on the skin.
  9. identify some of the common facial conditions and a skin care routine suitable for each.
  • TEACHER GUIDELINES

  1. Draw a diagram of the skin. Photocopy it and invite students to colour and label parts.
  2. Use IT skills to create a chart identifying the functions of the skin.
  3. Make a chart describing each of the four main types of skin – normal, dry, greasy and combination.
  4. Working in pairs invite students to identify each others skin types.
  5. Invite students to design checklists that will help them to identify their skin types.
  6. Use a magnifying lamp to take a closer look at the skin.
  7. The products might include cleansers, toners, moisturisers, night creams, facial washes, cleansing bars, eye make up removers, facial scrubs, masks etc.
  8. Identify products suitable for men.
  9. Invite students to carry out a small allergy patch test on themselves.
  10. Brainstorm the signs to look out for if there is an allergic reaction.

  11. Create a poster showing the sequence of steps involved in cleansing, toning and moisturising the face and neck.

  12. Invite students to work in pairs and practice the procedure on each other.
  13. Discuss a skin care routine suitable for men.
  14. Discuss the effects of smoking, sun, cold weather, central heating, air conditioning etc.
  15. Design a problem page with questions and answers about skin care.

Hands Care

  • LEARNING OUTCOMES

The student will be able to:
1. describe the structure of the nail.
2. identify the range of products used to care for the hands.
3. describe a daily routine for the care of hands and nails.
4. identify the materials and items of equipment needed to carry out a basic manicure.
5. demonstrate a basic manicure routine including a simple hand massage.

Hands Care

  1. identify some of the common problems and conditions associated with nails
  2. identify some of the specialist products and treatments available for hands care and nails.
  • TEACHER GUIDELINES

  1. Draw a diagram of the Nail. Photocopy it and invite students to colour and label parts.
  2. Make a large poster showing the structure of the nail.
  3. Make a collage of advertisements for hands care products found in magazines.
    4.Test a range of products and evaluate them using a checklist drawn up by students. Headings might include consistency, colours, texture, perfume, feel after application, absorbency, packaging, instructions, ingredients, cost etc.
  4. Design a poster illustrating the do’s and don’ts in relation to hands and nails.
  5. Invite students to work in pairs and practice the procedure on each other.
  6. Invite students to be creative and design a simple 3-minute hand massage routine.

  7. Divide problems and conditions betweenbparticipants and invite each participant to research one problem and make a 3-5
    minute presentation on it.

Foot and Leg Care

  • LEARNING OUTCOMES

The student will be able to:
1. identify the range of products and equipment available to help beauty care for the feet and legs.
2. discuss hygiene and safety in relation to walking bare foot care tips in public areas.
3. describe how to use a pumice stone to remove hard skin from the feet.
4. describe how to shorten toe nails.

foot care tips, leg care

  1. discuss different methods that can be used to control foot odour.

  2. describe how to care for footwear.

  3. identify some of the conditions associated with feet and how these could be avoided.
  • TEACHER GUIDELINES

  1. Products and equipment might include – foot spa, foot deodorant/powder, pumice stone,
    hard skin remover, shoe deodorant spray, support tights, nail clippers, body lotion, toe dividers, foot soak etc.
  2. Make a collage of advertisements for foot and leg care products found in magazines.
  3. Test a range of products and evaluate them using a checklist drawn up by participants.
  4. Invite participants to design a poster warning people of the dangers of walking barefoot at swimming pools.
  5. Investigate the different types of pumice stones available.
  6. Carry out a survey to find out how many people use pumice stones.
  7. Invite participants to draw a diagram showing the correct way to shorten toe nails.

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