Open Study College

Beauty Therapy and Make-up Artist Level 3

Open Study College
Online

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Description

Do you love everything to do with beauty and make-up? Then this is your chance to develop your skills and knowledge in just that, from home!

Make-up Artists often learn their skills in Beauty Therapy and can go on to specialise in make-up for stage, TV and film.


Join a flexible and rewarding career - work in salons, spas, at home or mobile!
Study a range of beauty therapies including eyelashes, manicure, pedicure and waxing.
Learn the art of applying make-up for different occasions, from bridal and tanning to fashion, TV and prosthetic effects.


This combined course is designed to give you the comprehensive skill set to progress in both the Beauty Therapy and Make-up industries, learning a range of treatments as well as the particular tools and techniques of make-up.

You will also have opportunities throughout the course to develop the professional skills needed to work safely and efficiently within beauty and make-up working environments.

All course materials will be delivered to you by post or via email, so it couldn't be easier. Our experienced and friendly tutors will help you every step of the way by email.

You can work at your own pace. Completed coursework can be delivered by post or via email, so handing in an assignment is simple.

Home learning is simple and stress-free, so enrol with us today!

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Opinions

4.5
Course rating
100%
Recommended
4.7
excellent
Centre rating

Reviews on this course

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Former Student
4.5 05/12/2016
What I would highlight: The preparation materials were composed at a decent level which for me is very significant, since I am an outsider. I have a confirmation of beautician from my nation, yet this is insufficient to function accordingly in England. In this way, it is most imperative to finish effectively the level. This will gave me the option truly to do what I like. I get the full support of your group and I would readily prescribe you to my companions.
What could be improved: All good.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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What you'll learn on the course

Massage
Make up artist
Hygiene
Email
Electrical
Physiology
Art
Eyelash
Tanning
Beauty
Business management
Health
Safety
Body Electrical Treatments
Facial Electrical Treatments
Advanced Skin Analysis
Natomy
Effects of Salon Treatments

Course programme

Beauty Therapy Level 3

Unit 1: Body, Face and Scalp Massage and Body Electrical Treatments

  • Client consultation
  • Body analysis
  • Contra-indications
  • Preparation of the area for massage and body treatments
  • Contra-actions
  • Classification of movements
  • Types of massage
  • Electrical and mechanical body treatments
  • Cellulite and lymphatic damage
  • Anti-ageing skin treatments
  • Muscle treatments

Unit 2: Advanced Skin Analysis and Facial Electrical Treatments

  • Consultation and advanced skin analysis
  • Equipment and effects
  • Facial high frequency
  • Facial faradic
  • Facial microdermabrasion

Unit 3: Anatomy, Physiology and the Effects of Salon Treatments

  • Blood
  • The heart
  • The lymphatic system
  • The nervous system
  • The endocrine system
  • The skeleton
  • The skin

Unit 4: Wet and Dry Heat Treatments

  • The spa experience
  • Spa reception
  • Consultation
  • Cleansing and exfoliating the skin
  • Application
  • Cold or chill therapy
  • Static/portable heat treatments
  • Skin tests
  • Water treatments

Unit 5: Salon Management

  • Health and safety at work act (HASAW 1974)
  • Methods of communication
  • Hygiene
  • Sterilisation
  • Avoiding cross infection

Unit 6: Salon Operations and Organisation

  • The reception area
  • Welcoming clients
  • Dealing with complaints
  • Insurance
  • Time management
  • Teamwork
  • Retailing and promotions
  • Targets
  • Customer legislation
  • Emergency procedures and security
  • Personal and professional development

Make-up Artist Level 3

Unit 1: Skin structure, types and facial treatments

  • Facial Treatments
  • Skin Structure
  • Skin Analysis
  • Lip and eye make-up cleanse
  • Superficial/deep cleanse
  • Toning products and procedures
  • Exfoliation
  • Client record card and treatment plan
  • Contraindications to treatment
  • Mask therapy
  • Facial massage

Unit 2: Eyelash and eyebrow treatments

  • Eyelash and brow treatments
  • Skin test or patch test
  • Eyelash tinting
  • Contra-indications
  • Eyebrow tinting and shaping
  • False eyelash application
  • Eyelash perming
  • Strip lashes
  • Semi-permanent mascara

Unit 3: Provision of make-up treatments

  • Make-up consultation
  • Record card and treatment plan
  • Product formulations
  • Labelling of ingredients
  • Common ingredients of skincare and make-up products
  • Mineral make-up
  • Product use and information
  • Client preparation
  • Make-up brushes and tools
  • Hygienic application of make-up
  • General points of good practice
  • Make-up application procedure
  • Bridal make-up
  • Retailing
  • Consumer legislation

Unit 4: Provision of specialist make-up treatments

  • Face and body art make-up
  • Make-up colours
  • Artificial tanning
  • Airbrushing techniques
  • Nail treatments and enamelling
  • Nail art
  • Prosthetics
  • Make-up effects and tools
  • Media make-up (theatre/fashion/photographic)
  • Cosmetic camouflage

Unit 5: Anatomy and physiology

  • Blood and blood supply
  • The lymphatic system
  • The skeleton
  • Cells
  • Muscle tissue
  • The skin (dermis, epidermis)
  • Hair (follicles, structure, colour)
  • Nerve endings
  • Functions of the skin
  • Disorders of the skin

Unit 6: Health, safety and business management

  • Hygiene
  • Sterilisation and hygiene
  • Infection
  • Salon management
  • Health and safety legislation
  • Equal opportunities
  • Communication and greeting clients
  • Appearance and attitude
  • Telephone manner
  • Complaint handling
  • Insurance
  • Treatment of minors
  • Data protection
  • Teamwork and time management
  • Codes of conduct, ethics and practice
  • Employee appraisal

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