Chapter 25 Manicuring Learning Objectives Define scope of

Chapter 25 Manicuring Learning Objectives  Define scope of

Chapter 25 Manicuring Learning Objectives Define scope of practice. Describe the potential consequences if a nail technician works outside the states scope of practice. Identify the four types of nail technology tools

required to perform a manicure. Explain the difference between multiuse (reusable) and single-use (disposable) implements. (continues) Learning Objectives (continued) Name and describe the three-part procedure used in the performance of the basic manicure.

Explain why a consultation is important before a service in the salon. List and describe the five basic nail shapes for women. Describe the most popular nail shape for men. (continues) Learning Objectives (continued)

List the massage movements for performing a relaxing hand and arm massage. Explain the differences between spa manicures and basic manicures. Describe how aromatherapy is best used in manicuring services. Explain the benefits of paraffin wax in manicuring.

Introduction Once you have learned the fundamental techniques in this chapter, you will be officially on your way to providing clients with a professional manicure. A manicure is a cosmetic treatment of the hands involving cutting, shaping, and often painting of the nails, removal of the cuticles, and softening of the skin.

Manicure and pedicure services are currently the fastest-growing services on salon and spa menus. Adhere to State Government Regulations Scope of practice (SOP) the list of services that you are legally allowed to perform in your specialty in your state. If you perform services outside these regulations concerning allowable services, you may lose

your license. Work with Nail Technology Tools Equipment Implements Materials Products

Table and lamp Cosmetologist/clients chairs

Finger bowls Disinfection container Client arm cushion Service cushion Gauze/cotton wipe container Courtesy of European Touch. Equipment

(continues)

Trash containers Supply tray Electric nail polish dryer UV or LED light Electric hand/foot mitts Terry cloth mitts

Paraffin bath Ventilation System Courtesy of European Touch. Equipment (continued) Multiuse Implements Metal pusher Nail nipper

Tweezers Nail clippers Single-Use Implements Brushes and applicators Wooden pusher Nail brush Application brush

Gloves

Dust mask Abrasive files and buffers Two-way or three-way buffer Single-use or terry cloth towels Gauze, cotton, and pads Plastic or metal spatulas Courtesy of purespadirect.com

Materials Professional Nail Products Soap Polish remover Nail creams, lotions, and oils Cuticle removers Nail bleach

Colored polish, enamel, lacquer, or varnish Gel polish Base coat (continues) Professional Nail Products (continued) Hardeners

Protein hardener; other types; dimethyl urea hardener

Top coat Nail polish dryer products Hand cream or lotion Nail conditioners Sunscreens Necessary Components to Perform the Basic Manicure The basic manicure

is the foundation of all nail technology services Three-Part Procedure Pre-service cleaning tools, preparation Service step-by-step plan for service Post-service caring for client after procedure

Hand Washing Hand washing prevents the spread of communicable diseases. Wash hands before and after each client. Have clients wash hands before service. Provide clean nail brushes. Hand sanitizers do not replace hand washing. The Manicure Consultation

Client intake form Check client's nails and skin Discuss client preferences, life style Basic Nail Shapes for Women Choosing a Nail Color Complement skin tone. Coordinate with clothing.

Allow client to choose. Applying Polish Base coat Two coats of polish color Top coat Thin, even coats to create maximum smoothness and minimum drying time

How to Cater to a Mans Manicure Service Mens nail shapes Mens massage Mens basic color: Clear Marketing to men Complete a Hand and Arm Massage Promotes blood circulation Relaxes muscles

Relieves pain Soothes and relaxes client General Movements Effleurage gliding Ptrissage or kneading lifting, squeezing Tapotement rapid tapping Vibration trembling, shaking Friction pressing one layer over another

State the Differences Between Spa Manicures and Basic Manicures Require extensive knowledge of nail care and skin care May include use of rose oils, paraffin dips, hand masks, and warm, moist towel applications

bikeriderlondon/ Shutterstock.com Usually include a relaxing massage and exfoliation Theme Manicures Contain products to support the theme. Refreshments might be served to support the

theme. Examples: Chocolate Wonder Manicure and Pedicure Pumpkin Fall Festival Manicure and Pedicure Waterless Manicures Hands are not soaked in water. Cuticles are softened with lotion and heated mitts.

Indicate Why Aromatherapy Is Used During a Nail Service Involves the use of highly concentrated non-oily and volatile essential oils. Requires extensive study. Otherwise, only blended oils that are already mixed and tested should be used only as directed. Summarize the Benefits of Paraffin

Wax Treatments Paraffin petroleum-based product that has excellent sealing properties to retain moisture in the skin Various types of applications

French manicure Color fading Color blocking Marbleizing Other nail art

Nail art by Alisha Rimando Botero. Outline Nail Art Options for Clients Nails by Massimiliano Braga. Nail art by Alisha Rimando Botero.

Nail art by Alisha Rimando Botero. Nail Art Summary and Review It is important to learn about nail equipment and supplies. It is important to learn about nail services and the

infection control that accompanies them. If a student would like to continue their nail education, they can learn advanced techniques from their instructor, trade magazines and beauty shows. Chapter Review Questions 1. Define scope of practice. 2. Name the four types of professional nail tools required to perform a manicure.

3. What is the difference between multiuse and single-use implements? 4. What is the three-part procedure, and how is it used in the performance of the basic manicure? 5. Is a consultation necessary each time a client has a service in the salon? Why? (continues) Chapter Review Questions (continued)

6. Name the basic nail shapes for women. 7. What is the most popular nail shape for men? 8. Which massage movement is most appropriate for a hand and arm massage? Why? 9. What is the difference between a basic manicure and a spa manicure? 10. How is aromatherapy used in manicuring services? (continues)

Chapter Review Questions (continued) 11. Explain the use and benefits of paraffin wax in manicuring. 12. What would be on the manicuring table if it were properly set up? 13. What are the steps in the post-service procedure?

(continues) Chapter Review Questions (continued) 14. What are the steps in a basic manicure procedure? 15. How is nail polish applied properly?

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