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Title: Manicuring


1
Manicuring
  • Module 25

2
Introduction
  • Long polished nails were a mark of distinction
    between aristocrats and laborers
  • Luxury for very few
  • The biggest/fastest growing services in salon

3
Manicure
  • Latin
  • Manus hand
  • Cura care
  • Artful treatment and care of the hands and nails

4
Purpose of Manicures
  • Improve the appearance of the hands and their
    nails

5
Professional Nail Technician
  • Knowledge of the structure of the nail
  • Knowledge of the composition of the cosmetics
    used
  • Ability to give a manicure/pedicure efficiently
    and effectively
  • Ability to care for the clients manicuring
    problems or concerns

6
  • Knowledge to be able to distinguish between
    disorders that may be treated in the salon and
    those diseases that must be treated by a
    physician
  • A thorough awareness of the procedures involved
    in sanitation and disinfection

7
Nail Care Tools
  • Equipment
  • Permanent tools used
  • Do not need to be replaced unless not in good
    repair
  • PP 794 798
  • Caution Box pp. 795
  • Did You Know Boxes PP 796, 798

8
  • Implements
  • Must be disinfected, sanitized or disposed of
    after use
  • Small enough to fit into a disinfectant container
  • PP 798 801
  • Did You Know Boxes PP 799, 800, 801

9
Sanitation for Implements
  • Wash with soap and warm water, rinse
  • Metal implements must be completely immersed in
    container filled with an approved disinfectant.
    (Follow manufacturers instructions for required
    time).
  • Rinse and dry thoroughly with clean towels
  • Store Properly - Follow state regulations for
    storage

10
  • Materials
  • Supplies used that must be replaced for each
    client
  • PP 801 803
  • Caution Box PP 802
  • State Regulatory Alert Box PP 803

11
  • Nail Cosmetics
  • Develop a strong working knowledge of cosmetics
    and what ingredients they contain
  • You need to know how to apply each cosmetic
  • Know when to avoid using a product due to
    allergies or sensitivities
  • PP 803 807
  • Did You Know Boxes PP 804, 805, 806
  • Caution Boxes PP 806, 807

12
The manicure table
  • Messy table creates a bad impression
  • Neat table will help client feel confident about
    your abilities
  • Follow all rules of sanitation and disinfection
  • Do not ask client to sit at dirty table
  • PP 818 - 819

13
Client Consultation
  • Talk to the client
  • Complete a client health record and service and
    product card
  • Discuss clients general health, lifestyle,
    needs, and services to be offered
  • Use your knowledge to select the most appropriate
    service
  • Did You Know Box PP 808

14
  • Analysis
  • Information-gathering
  • Ask questions
  • Touch the skin, nails educate the client
  • Recommendations
  • Explain benefits and results of the recommended
    service (s)
  • Home care products and how to use

15
Portray yourself in a professional manner
  • Focus on client
  • Look directly at client while speaking in a tone
    that demonstrates integrity and confidence
  • Support your recommendations with facts and
    information
  • Be friendly and helpful

16
Discussing clients general health
  • Diabetic
  • Carefully file and push Pterygium
  • NEVER nip cuticles
  • Heal slowly easily get infections
  • Damage can be deadly if skin is cut or scrapped
  • Arthritis - Hands held gently
  • Circulatory disease massage very carefully if
    at all

17
  • Contraindicated avoiding a procedure or
    condition that may produce undesirable side
    effects
  • Contraindication condition that requires
    avoiding certain treatments, procedures to
    prevent undesirable effects

18
Choosing a nail shape
  • Shape of clients hands
  • Length of fingers
  • Shape of cuticles
  • Nails should be shaped to mirror the shape of the
    cuticle
  • Type of work client does
  • People who work with their hands require shorter
    nail length

19
  • Square nail
  • Straight across the free edge
  • No rounding at edges
  • Round nail
  • Slightly tapered
  • Extend just a bit past the tip of the finger
  • Common choice for men

20
  • Oval nail
  • Ideal shape
  • Pointed nail
  • Thin delicate nail
  • Tapered somewhat longer than usual to enhance the
    slender appearance of the hand
  • Squoval nail
  • Extend only slightly past fingertip
  • Nail tip rounded off
  • Square nail with ends rounded

21
The Plain Manicure
  • Three part procedure
  • Pre-service function
  • Actual procedure
  • Post-service function
  • Discuss products used and suggest products for
    use at home
  • Before polishing have client
  • Pay, get keys, jackets, etc.
  • Did You Know Box PP 810

22
Handling Blood During a Manicure (PP 824 825)
  • Put on gloves
  • Apply Pressure
  • Stanch Bleeding
  • Complete service
  • Discard used materials
  • Clean table and disinfect implements
  • Remove gloves and wash hands

23
Finishing the nails
  • Nail strengthener
  • Base coat
  • Colored polish
  • Top coat

24
Basic Manicure Procedure
  • Pre-service sanitation
  • PP 817 - 818
  • Basic Manicure Procedure
  • PP 826 - 830

25
  • Post-service procedures
  • PP 821 - 822

26
Five Types of Polish Application
  • Full coverage
  • Free edge
  • Hairline tip
  • Slim-line or free walls
  • Half moon or lunula

27
French Manicure
  • Free edge is polished, tipped or sculpted in an
    opaque color
  • Tropical more bold colors on free edge

28
Hot Oil/ Conditioning Oil Manicure
  • Heated creams/oils
  • Beneficial for ridged or brittle nails
  • Nail biters keeps cuticles soft

29
Hand and Arm Massage
  • Keeps the hands flexible
  • Well-groomed
  • Smooth
  • PP 831 - 834

30
Mens Manicure
  • Conservative
  • Square or round shape
  • Matte or dull finish
  • PP 819 - 811

31
Paraffin Wax Manicure (PP 815-816)
  • Traps moisture
  • Heat opens pores
  • Exfoliates dead skin cells
  • Increases blood circulation
  • Petroleum by product
  • Sealing properties
  • Holds moisture

32
  • 125 - 130
  • Use only approved heaters
  • Will not harm artificial or natural nails

33
Spa Manicure (PP 813 814)
  • Relaxing massage
  • Exfoliation
  • Check for allergies
  • Distinctive names that describe the treatment

34
Aromatherapy
  • Table 25-1 Ten Basic Essential Oils
  • Table 25-2 Carrier Oils
  • Table 25-3 Choosing an aroma
  • Table 25-4 Recipes for Manicures and Pedicures

35
Nail Art
  • PP 816

36
Nail Problems
  • Hangnails loose fringe of skin left around nail
  • Callus thickened skin softened with creams
    and lotions
  • Stains may be bleached or using slightly
    dampening pumice powder to buff

37
  • Booth Manicure
  • Given while another service is given
  • Electric Manicure
  • Portable device operated by a small motor
  • Read directions and receive training before using!

38
Safety Rules in Manicuring
  • Safety first
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Title: Manicuring


1
Manicuring
  • Module 25

2
Introduction
  • Long polished nails were a mark of distinction
    between aristocrats and laborers
  • Luxury for very few
  • The biggest/fastest growing services in salon

3
Manicure
  • Latin
  • Manus hand
  • Cura care
  • Artful treatment and care of the hands and nails

4
Purpose of Manicures
  • Improve the appearance of the hands and their
    nails

5
Professional Nail Technician
  • Knowledge of the structure of the nail
  • Knowledge of the composition of the cosmetics
    used
  • Ability to give a manicure/pedicure efficiently
    and effectively
  • Ability to care for the clients manicuring
    problems or concerns

6
  • Knowledge to be able to distinguish between
    disorders that may be treated in the salon and
    those diseases that must be treated by a
    physician
  • A thorough awareness of the procedures involved
    in sanitation and disinfection

7
Nail Care Tools
  • Equipment
  • Permanent tools used
  • Do not need to be replaced unless not in good
    repair
  • PP 794 798
  • Caution Box pp. 795
  • Did You Know Boxes PP 796, 798

8
  • Implements
  • Must be disinfected, sanitized or disposed of
    after use
  • Small enough to fit into a disinfectant container
  • PP 798 801
  • Did You Know Boxes PP 799, 800, 801

9
Sanitation for Implements
  • Wash with soap and warm water, rinse
  • Metal implements must be completely immersed in
    container filled with an approved disinfectant.
    (Follow manufacturers instructions for required
    time).
  • Rinse and dry thoroughly with clean towels
  • Store Properly - Follow state regulations for
    storage

10
  • Materials
  • Supplies used that must be replaced for each
    client
  • PP 801 803
  • Caution Box PP 802
  • State Regulatory Alert Box PP 803

11
  • Nail Cosmetics
  • Develop a strong working knowledge of cosmetics
    and what ingredients they contain
  • You need to know how to apply each cosmetic
  • Know when to avoid using a product due to
    allergies or sensitivities
  • PP 803 807
  • Did You Know Boxes PP 804, 805, 806
  • Caution Boxes PP 806, 807

12
The manicure table
  • Messy table creates a bad impression
  • Neat table will help client feel confident about
    your abilities
  • Follow all rules of sanitation and disinfection
  • Do not ask client to sit at dirty table
  • PP 818 - 819

13
Client Consultation
  • Talk to the client
  • Complete a client health record and service and
    product card
  • Discuss clients general health, lifestyle,
    needs, and services to be offered
  • Use your knowledge to select the most appropriate
    service
  • Did You Know Box PP 808

14
  • Analysis
  • Information-gathering
  • Ask questions
  • Touch the skin, nails educate the client
  • Recommendations
  • Explain benefits and results of the recommended
    service (s)
  • Home care products and how to use

15
Portray yourself in a professional manner
  • Focus on client
  • Look directly at client while speaking in a tone
    that demonstrates integrity and confidence
  • Support your recommendations with facts and
    information
  • Be friendly and helpful

16
Discussing clients general health
  • Diabetic
  • Carefully file and push Pterygium
  • NEVER nip cuticles
  • Heal slowly easily get infections
  • Damage can be deadly if skin is cut or scrapped
  • Arthritis - Hands held gently
  • Circulatory disease massage very carefully if
    at all

17
  • Contraindicated avoiding a procedure or
    condition that may produce undesirable side
    effects
  • Contraindication condition that requires
    avoiding certain treatments, procedures to
    prevent undesirable effects

18
Choosing a nail shape
  • Shape of clients hands
  • Length of fingers
  • Shape of cuticles
  • Nails should be shaped to mirror the shape of the
    cuticle
  • Type of work client does
  • People who work with their hands require shorter
    nail length

19
  • Square nail
  • Straight across the free edge
  • No rounding at edges
  • Round nail
  • Slightly tapered
  • Extend just a bit past the tip of the finger
  • Common choice for men

20
  • Oval nail
  • Ideal shape
  • Pointed nail
  • Thin delicate nail
  • Tapered somewhat longer than usual to enhance the
    slender appearance of the hand
  • Squoval nail
  • Extend only slightly past fingertip
  • Nail tip rounded off
  • Square nail with ends rounded

21
The Plain Manicure
  • Three part procedure
  • Pre-service function
  • Actual procedure
  • Post-service function
  • Discuss products used and suggest products for
    use at home
  • Before polishing have client
  • Pay, get keys, jackets, etc.
  • Did You Know Box PP 810

22
Handling Blood During a Manicure (PP 824 825)
  • Put on gloves
  • Apply Pressure
  • Stanch Bleeding
  • Complete service
  • Discard used materials
  • Clean table and disinfect implements
  • Remove gloves and wash hands

23
Finishing the nails
  • Nail strengthener
  • Base coat
  • Colored polish
  • Top coat

24
Basic Manicure Procedure
  • Pre-service sanitation
  • PP 817 - 818
  • Basic Manicure Procedure
  • PP 826 - 830

25
  • Post-service procedures
  • PP 821 - 822

26
Five Types of Polish Application
  • Full coverage
  • Free edge
  • Hairline tip
  • Slim-line or free walls
  • Half moon or lunula

27
French Manicure
  • Free edge is polished, tipped or sculpted in an
    opaque color
  • Tropical more bold colors on free edge

28
Hot Oil/ Conditioning Oil Manicure
  • Heated creams/oils
  • Beneficial for ridged or brittle nails
  • Nail biters keeps cuticles soft

29
Hand and Arm Massage
  • Keeps the hands flexible
  • Well-groomed
  • Smooth
  • PP 831 - 834

30
Mens Manicure
  • Conservative
  • Square or round shape
  • Matte or dull finish
  • PP 819 - 811

31
Paraffin Wax Manicure (PP 815-816)
  • Traps moisture
  • Heat opens pores
  • Exfoliates dead skin cells
  • Increases blood circulation
  • Petroleum by product
  • Sealing properties
  • Holds moisture

32
  • 125 - 130
  • Use only approved heaters
  • Will not harm artificial or natural nails

33
Spa Manicure (PP 813 814)
  • Relaxing massage
  • Exfoliation
  • Check for allergies
  • Distinctive names that describe the treatment

34
Aromatherapy
  • Table 25-1 Ten Basic Essential Oils
  • Table 25-2 Carrier Oils
  • Table 25-3 Choosing an aroma
  • Table 25-4 Recipes for Manicures and Pedicures

35
Nail Art
  • PP 816

36
Nail Problems
  • Hangnails loose fringe of skin left around nail
  • Callus thickened skin softened with creams
    and lotions
  • Stains may be bleached or using slightly
    dampening pumice powder to buff

37
  • Booth Manicure
  • Given while another service is given
  • Electric Manicure
  • Portable device operated by a small motor
  • Read directions and receive training before using!

38
Safety Rules in Manicuring
  • Safety first
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