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Manicuring. Cosmetology :. Milady’s Standard Cosmetology. “Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do” John Wooden. Objectives. Identify the 4 types of nail implements and/or tools required to perform a manicure

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manicuring

Manicuring

Cosmetology:

Milady’s Standard Cosmetology

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“Do not let what you

cannot do interfere with what

you can do”

John Wooden

objectives
Objectives
  • Identify the 4 types of nail implements and/or tools required to perform a manicure
  • Demonstrate the safe and correct handling of nail implements and tools
  • Exhibit the proper set-up of a manicuring table
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Objectives
  • Demonstrate the necessary 3-part procedure requirements for nail services
  • Identify the 5 basic nail shapes
  • Perform a basic and conditioning hot oil manicure, incorporating all safety, sanitation, and disinfection requirements
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Objectives
  • Demonstrate the correct technique for the application of nail polish
  • Perform the 5 basic nail polish applications
  • Perform the hand and arm massage movements associated with manicuring
  • Perform a paraffin wax hand treatment
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Objectives
  • Display all sanitation, disinfection, and safety requirements essential to nail and hand care services
  • Define and understand aromatherapy
  • Identify carrier oils and understand their use
  • Understand how aromatherapy can be incorporated into a service
equipment implements and materials
Equipment, Implements, and Materials
  • Table and lamp
  • Fingerbowl
  • Client/technician chair
  • Disinfectant container
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Equipment, Implements, and Materials
  • Client arm cushion
  • Wipe container
  • Supply tray
  • UV or electric polish dryer
implements
Implements
  • Wooden pusher
  • Metal pusher
  • Abrasive files and buffers
  • Nipper
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Implements
  • Tweezers
  • Nail brush
  • Chamois buffer
  • Three-way buffer
  • Nail clippers
sanitation for implements
Sanitation for Implements
  • Wash thoroughly
  • Fully immerse
  • Rinse and dry
  • Store properly
materials
Materials
  • Disposal towels
  • Brushes and applicators
  • Cotton balls, pads, or pledgets
  • Plastic or metal spatulas
  • Trash containers
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Materials
  • Soap
  • Polish remover
  • Nail creams and oils
  • Cuticle removers
  • Nail bleach
materials14
Materials
  • Pumice powder
  • Colored polishes
  • Base coat
  • Hardener
    • Protein
    • Other types
    • Formaldehyde
    • Dimethyl
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Materials
  • Top coat
  • Nail polish dryers
  • Hand cream or lotions
  • Nail conditioners
basic table set up
Basic Table Set-Up
  • Clean table
  • Prepare arm cushion
  • Fill disinfectant container
  • Place products
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Basic Table Set-Up
  • Place abrasives
  • Place fingerbowl
  • Prepare for waste disposal
  • Place polishes
  • Prepare drawer
choosing a nail shape
Choosing a Nail Shape
  • Square
  • Squoval
  • Round
  • Oval
  • Pointed
blood spill
Blood Spill
  • Put on gloves
  • Apply pressure; clean with antiseptic
  • Stanch bleeding
  • Complete service if appropriate
  • Discard used materials
  • Clean table and disinfect implements
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Blood Spill
  • Remove gloves, wash hands
  • Practice Universal Precautions
plain manicure pre service
Plain Manicure Pre-Service
  • Sanitize implements
  • Rinse implements
  • Immerse implements
  • Wash hands
  • Rinse and dry implements
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Plain Manicure Pre-Service
  • Follow approved storage procedure
  • Disinfect surface
  • Prepare client’s cushion
  • Refill disposable materials
  • Use hand sanitizers
post service procedure
Post-Service Procedure
  • Schedule next appointment
  • Advise client
  • Promote product sales
  • Clean work area
  • Disinfect implements
  • Record service information
basic manicure
Basic Manicure
  • Pre-service
  • Procedure
  • Post-service
manicure procedure
Manicure Procedure
  • Remove polish
  • Shape the nails
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Manicure Procedure
  • Soften cuticles
  • Clean nails
  • Dry hands
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Manicure Procedure
  • Apply cuticle remover
  • Loosen and remove cuticles
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Manicure Procedure
  • Nip dead skin
  • Clean under free edge
  • Repeat steps 5-9 on other hand
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Manicure Procedure
  • Bleach nails (optional)
  • Buff nails with high shine buffer
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Manicure Procedure
  • Apply nail oil
  • Bevel nails
  • Apply lotion and massage
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Manicure Procedure
  • Remove traces of oil
  • Choose polish color
  • Apply polish
5 types of polish application
5 Types of Polish Application
  • Full coverage
  • Free edge
  • Hairline tip
  • Slimline or free walls
  • Half moon or lunula
french manicure
French Manicure
  • Apply base coat
  • Apply white polish
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French Manicure
  • Apply translucent polish
  • Apply top coat
reconditioning hot oil manicure
Reconditioning Hot Oil Manicure
  • Perform pre-service
  • Begin manicure
  • Remove old polish
  • Shape nails
  • Apply oil
  • Apply lotion
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Reconditioning Hot Oil Manicure
  • Proceed with hand and arm massage.
  • Remove cuticle tissue
  • Remove dead skin tags
  • Repeat on other hand
  • Remove oil
paraffin wax procedure
Paraffin Wax Procedure
  • Perform pre-service
  • Check hands for wounds or diseases
  • Apply moisturizing lotion
  • Test temperature of wax
  • Position hand for dipping
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Paraffin Wax Procedure
  • Dip one hand
  • Repeat process 3–5 times
  • Wrap hands
  • Repeat procedure on other hand
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Paraffin Wax Procedure
  • Let hands rest 5–10 minutes
  • Remove paraffin
  • Dispose of used paraffin
  • Begin manicure procedure
paraffin wax during manicure
Paraffin Wax During Manicure
  • Perform pre-service
  • Remove polish, shape nails, repair if needed
  • Apply moisturizer
  • Test temperature
  • Perform paraffin, dipping, wrapping, resting, and removal steps
  • Continue manicure procedure
hand massage
Hand Massage
  • Relaxer movement
  • Joint movement on fingers
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Hand Massage
  • Circular movement in palm
  • Circular movement on wrist
  • Circular movement on back of hands and fingers
arm massage
Arm Massage
  • Distribution of lotion or cream
  • Effleurage on arms
  • Wringing/friction movement
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Arm Massage
  • Kneading movement
  • Rotation of elbow
spa manicure
Spa Manicure
  • Include exfoliation
  • The rose garden
  • The alpha hydroxy acid
aromatherapy
Aromatherapy
  • The use of essential oils to produce different aromas
ten basic essential oils
Lavender

Chamomile

Marjoram

Rosemary

Tea tree

Cypress

Peppermint

Eucalyptus

Bergamot

Geranium

Ten Basic Essential Oils
carrier oils
Carrier Oils
  • Sweet almond
  • Sunflower seed
  • Apricot
  • Avocado
  • Grapeseed
  • Jojoba
  • Olive
summary and review
Summary and Review
  • List 4 types of nail implements
  • Describe procedures for sanitizing and disinfecting implements
  • Describe procedures for handling blood spills
  • Describe procedure for basic manicure table set-up
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Summary and Review
  • List 2 types of polish removers
  • Why is having an MSDS for all products important?
  • List the 5 basic nail shapes
  • What special factors should be considered when selecting the nail shape?
  • List and discuss the 3-part procedure sequence required in manicuring
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Summary and Review
  • Describe the correct procedures for polish application
  • What is the purpose of a conditioning oil treatment?
  • Discuss the basic differences between a manicure for a man and a manicure for a woman
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What are the benefits of a paraffin wax treatment?

List the suggested procedures for performing a wax treatment

Summary and Review
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Summary and Review
  • Name the 5 hand massage techniques
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Summary and Review
  • List arm massage techniques
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Summary and Review
  • What is aromatherapy?
  • How are essential oils used?
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