Knowledge and understanding. P6 describe salon requirements for preparing themselves, the client and work area
Preparation of the therapist: check your personal hygiene and your presentation (clothing, not too heavy make-up).
Prepare your protective attire. Preparation of the client:
protective attire, secure hair, remove contact lenses, skin and hair preparation, cleansing) Preparation of work area: environmental conditions for example heating, lighting,
Your work area needs to be well ventilated so the chemicals won’t effect your client or your
health. Good lighting to see all the little details when you go dyeing. Heating that Is not too
high because your client will not enjoy that.
M1 explain the importance of preparation and pretreatment activities for eyebrow and
eyelash treatments When you don’t prepare or do a pretreatment you will not know what would affect your
client or the treatment itself. Hazards can happen when you don’t prepare for example, the
paint is not suitable for the client. P7 describe the environmental conditions suitable for eyelash and eyebrow treatments Environmental conditions like a well-ventilated room so the chemicals will go away, good
lighting to see all the little details and heating that is not too high. P8 describe different consultation techniques used to identify treatment objectives
Questioning When doing the questioning the goal is to know more about your client and his/her wishes,
you can ask questions like:
History of the client
Product / medication use
Expectations and wishes of the client
when doing the visual you view the skin of the client, the goal is to get to know your client’s
skin type, to know what products you should use and what products you shouldn’t use, you
can check the following things:
What is the eyebrow color?
What is the eyebrow shape?
During the manual inspection, you feel the skin of the client. You want to know what the
client what result the client wants. The goal is to check what you got to know during the
questioning and the visual.
client/ customer records
when making a client record you ask questions to get to know your client and your client’s
health. You can ask questions like:
do you have any disorders or diseases that would have influence on the treatment?
You can ask about product and medication use
You can ask about her previous treatments
P9 describe the types of tests that are carried out before providing eyelash and eyebrow
P14 outline the types of tests that are carried out before providing an eyelash and eyebrow
tinting treatment Skin sensitivity tests:
Eyelash/eyebrow tinting, tint activated with peroxide, 24-48 hours before treatment, record
results of patch test, record all products used and site of patch test, client signature and
date. Interpret results of skin sensitivity test:
Positive – the skin can appear red, itchy and irritated. The skin can swell and will feel sore.
Negative – no change to skin Patch test techniques:
For tinting mix peroxide and tint together and then apply to crook of elbow or behind ear,
allow to dry, leave on for a minimum of 24 hours, explain positive and negative reaction,
removal of product with damp cotton wool, if positive reaction experienced, record
accurately on record card. P10 state the importance of carrying out tests before the treatment and accurately
recording the results To prevent an allergic reaction on eye area, invalidation of insurance policy if not carried out,
always follow manufacturers’ instructions. Records show what happened and what not so
the client can’t accuse you of things that didn’t happen.