A Practical Guide to Beauty Therapy for NVQ Level 2
Places an emphasis on the development of practical beauty skills, guiding students through the course with clear explanations, illustrations, and practice tips. This title contains chapters on professional roles and responsibilities, including health, hygiene, and safety. It also covers cosmetic, skin and nail disorders in full colour.
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Professional associations 7 Legal framework 2 Health
First aid 38 Product safety 40 Client care 43
Making appointments 77 Handling enquiries 73
Selling products and services
Examining the face and neck
Eye cosmetics 234 Corrective eyemakeup 240
Pedicure treatments 376 Foot massage 379
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A Practical Guide to Beauty Therapy: For NVQ Level 1
Janet Simms,Francesca Gould
No preview available - 2006
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