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Beauty care of different body parts of girls

 

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 care and appearance of the student and is useful as a preparation for employment or possible future training in the beauty care or cosmetic industry.

Most Important Of Three Type Of Human Body Beauty Care (1) good makeup (2) beauty products (3) beauty treatments

Explains Learning outcomes and teacher Guideline 

Good Make Up

LEARNING OUTCOMES

The student will be able to:

  1. Identify different types of make-up available for different parts of the face
  2. List factors that should be considered when selecting make-up
  3. Identify the range of equipment used in the application of good makeup
  4. Demonstrate the application of make-up for different occasions
  5. Demonstrate a routine for removing make-up.

good makeup

TEACHER GUIDELINES

  1. Research make-up that is available for different part of the face e.g. skin, eyes, eyelashes, lips, cheeks etc. make a chart/collage of findings. Use advertisements and articles from magazines to illustrate findings.
  2. Using IT skills devise a checklist that could be used when selecting make-up. Include areas such as skin type, coloring, shape of face, occasion etc.
  3. Create a display of the items of equipment needed to apply good make-up and label each item.
  4. Keep a log of the knowledge and skills developed during this unit.

Beauty Products

LEARNING OUTCOMES

The student will be able to:

  1. Explain common information found on retail beauty Care product labels
  2. Identify factors that should be considered when purchasing beauty products
  3. Discuss techniques that are used by cosmetic companies to influence the purchase of their products
  4. Select a range of homemade beauty recipes that can be used as an alternative to purchasing ready made products
  5. Demonstrate the use of some of the beauty recipes
  6. Compare and contrast a range of similar types of retail products
  7. Explain the difference between perfume, eau de cologne, and eau de toilette
  8. Identify the range of after shaves and male colognes available.

Beauty Products

TEACHER GUIDELINES

  1. Look at a range of product packaging and identify information found e.g. hypoallergenic, pH-balanced, fragrance free, not tested on animals. Find out what each term means.
  2. Design an information guide explaining cosmetic label terminology.
  3. Design a leaflet entitled ’a guide to purchasing beauty products’.
  4. List the different methods used by cosmetic companies to sell their beauty products.
  5. Observe the media and techniques used such as those in women’s magazines, newspapers, mail outs, radio and television, in store promotions, window displays, free samples etc.
  6. Survey people of different ages to see which methods most influence them and why.
  7. Make a class recipe book of simple homemade beauty products.
  8. Test some of the recipes in the book and compare them with brand named products.
  9. Compare two similar retail products e.g. two moisturizers made by different companies. Draw up a checklist of headings to compare the products under. Headings might include e.g. color, perfume, texture, consistency, feel, absorbency, instructions, ingredients, weight/amount of product, packaging, cost, etc.
  10. Make a poster explaining each of the terms and giving examples of each.
  11. Carry out research to find out what is available in local supermarkets, pharmacies etc.
  12. Keep a log of the knowledge and skills developed during this unit.

Beauty Treatments

LEARNING OUTCOMES

The student will be able to:

  1. Identify some of the current fashions in nail art
  2. Demonstrate the application of a simple nail art design
  3. Identify the range of face masks available for different skin types
  4. Demonstrate the application and removal of a face mask
  5. Discuss the pros and cons of body piercing and tattooing
  6. Identify a range of professional services and Beauty treatments available in beauty salons and health farms.

beauty treatments

TEACHER GUIDELINES

  1. Check out magazines for current trends in nail art. Make a collage of the findings.
  2. Visit stores to find out what products are available for nail art e.g. varnishes, transfers, decals etc.
  3. Practice designing nail art designs onto blank nail shapes that have been drawn onto a page or onto false nails.
  4. Visit a number of shops that sell beauty products and investigate the various types of facemasks available.
  5. Invite students to work in pairs and practice the procedure on each other.
  6. Visit a specialist shop that carries out body piercing and tattooing. Interview them about health and safety issues relating to their services.
  7. Draw a diagram of the eyes and eyebrows. Label the diagram showing how the eyebrows should be shaped.
  8. Interview a beauty therapist about the range of services offered in beauty salons and health farms. Collect samples of price lists from different salons. Compare the prices and services offered.
  9. Keep a log of the knowledge and skills developed during this unit.

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