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Application

This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to provide lash and brow services that include shaping and colouring.

 

It requires the ability to consult with clients, and select suitable products and equipment required to perform lash and brow services. Lash and brow services can be an individual treatment or form part of a series of treatments.

 

This unit applies to beauticians and beauty therapists who work in beauty salons and spas. In this environment they make routine decisions within a defined range guided by manufacturer information and organisational policies and procedures.

 

This unit of competence covers the below criteria over two days.

Performance Evidence

Evidence of the ability to complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit in the context of job role, and:

  • communicate, follow and adjust treatment plan to provide eight lash and brow treatments to clients suitable for the established client treatment objectives including two or more of the following services:
  • eyebrow shape
  • eyebrow tint
  • eyelash tint
  • design, record and maintain treatment plan and records for each of these clients specifying the details of:
  • adverse effects
  • contraindications
  • eyebrow shape
  • products used
  • service provided
  • skin sensitivity
  • service outcomes
  • safe and suitable use of the following products:
  • wax:
  • hot
  • strip
  • eyelash and brow tints
  • present self, according to organisational policy
  • comply with health and hygiene regulations and requirements
  • clean, prepare and maintain treatment area according to organisational policy.

 

Knowledge Evidence

Demonstrated knowledge required to complete the tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit:

  • state or territory and local health and hygiene regulations and requirements relevant to lash and brow services
  • organisational policies and procedures relevant to lash and brow services:
  • difference between cleaning, disinfection and sterilisation
  • benefits of chemical and physical disinfection
  • methods of cleaning, disinfection and sterilisation
  • infection control procedures
  • when to sterilise tweezers
  • infection control procedures relevant to lash and brow services:
  • difference between cleaning, disinfection and sterilisation
  • benefits of chemical and physical disinfection
  • methods of cleaning, disinfection and sterilisation
  • infection control procedures
  • when to sterilise tweezers
  • infection control procedures and application of standard precautions as they apply to providing lash and brow services
  • scope of practice of when to refer client to other practitioners
  • organisational policies and procedures:
  • client record management
  • equipment use and maintenance
  • incident reporting
  • linen use and laundry procedures
  • personal hygiene and presentation
  • presentation of treatment area
  • waste disposal
  • work health and safety
  • simplified cross section of skin
  • hair structure and growth:
  • hair growth cycle and relationship to hair removal:
  • anagen stage
  • catagen stage
  • telogen stage
  • hair growth patterns
  • hair types:
  • vellus
  • terminal
  • factors effecting hair growth:
  • hormonal
  • hereditary
  • drugs and chemicals
  • effects of waxing and tweezing on hair
  • histology of hair
  • features and safe use of lash and brow products:
  • wax
  • bleaching agents
  • dyes and tints
  • contraindications and their relationship to lash and brow services:
  • acne
  • allergies to products
  • infection in the eye or the eye area
  • bacterial, fungal, parasitic and viral infections
  • rashes
  • skin allergies
  • appearance, causes and required action steps for the following skin reactions to lash and brow services:
  • eye inflammation
  • infections of eye or surrounding area
  • spotting on skin
  • hive like reactions
  • ingrown hair
  • infection of hair follicle
  • sustainable operating procedures for the conservation of product, water and power
  • aftercare advice, products and future treatments to maintain client treatment objectives.

 

Pre-requisite Unit

Nil however course participants must be able to read and write English. This unit is not available to international students.

 

Competency Field

Facial Services

 

Unit Sector

Beauty

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