Accredited Beautician / Facial & Skincare / Course (code: 69-030-M) + bonus: 8 workshops

 

This is a course for persons without a medical education

What are the entry requirements? (Accredited Beautician Course)
 
- Any student must be at least 18 years of age and must sign an enrollment agreement thereby agreeing to abide by all rules and regulations;
- Each student of Accredited courses needs to hold a valid Czech health certificate, which can be obtained from a regular doctor;
- Completed secondary education.
 
The cost of the course includes
- The course price includes: 2 Accredited Certificates of Graduation, 8 Workshop Attendance Certificates, all materials used in the course, Authenticated Exam.
 
Graduation requirements
The final exam consists of the practical part and the theory multiple choice testThe exam is taken in our training centre.
Course is accredited by the Ministry of Education.
You must complete this a 300 - hour approved course of study and pass both the written and practical examinations to get a license to operate in Czech Republic or EU.


Name of Course

BEAUTICIAN (code: 69-030-M)

Facial & Skincare

Course code - 69-030-M

Cost 23500 Kč / 940 EUR, with exam. 

Students will be allowed to pay fees in a maximum of three installments.

SPECIAL OFFER:

Bonus for Course Participants: 8 workshops with certificates:
Training: Non-invasive Carboxytherapy
Training: EyeLash & EyeBrow Lifting
Training: Chemical peels
Training: Jacques Therapeutic Facial Massage
Training: Lymphatic drainage facial massage (manual and hardware)
Training: Мicromassage of eye surroundings
Training: Hardware cosmetology
Training: EyeLash Extension 1:1, 2D techniques


ONLINE BEAUTICIAN COURSE REGISTRATION FORM

Schedule of classes

Prague - Cimburkova 376/5, Prague 3, 130 00. 
Most - Žatecká 211/2436, Most.


Course Content
Qualification standard
1. Assessment of skin condition6. Implementation of deep cleansing of the skin. Chemical peels.11. Performing hygienic-sanitary activities according to the operating regulations
2. Providing advice on cosmetic skin care 7. Application of facial masks and wraps. Cosmetics and Cosmeceuticals. Non-invasive Carboxytherapy.12. Ordering products, work material, tools & instruments for skin care
3. Providing advice in the field of decorative cosmetics, visage and colour typology 8. Body hair removal 13. Accounting services
4. Implementation of a manual cosmetic massage of the face, neck and décolleté9. Bleaching body hair, colouring eyelashes and eyebrows. EyeLash Extension 1:1, 2D techniques. EyeLash & EyeBrow Lifting.14. Hardware cosmetology
5. Implementation of surface cleansing, steaming or softening of the skin10. Implementation of the daily, evening and fantasy make-up15. First aid to clients when providing body care
Program Modules
1.Assessment of skin condition
Facial diagnostic methods. Manual methods. Hardware methods.Client CardRecommendations for skin treatment and maintenance
The structure and function of the skinSkin diseases
2. Providing advice on cosmetic skin care
Treatment of certain skin typesRecommendations for proper home care
3. Providing advice in the field of decorative cosmetics, visage and colour typology
How to correct face shape with makeupApplication of makeup
Characteristics of decorative cosmetics and recommendations for their useWhat is Seasonal Colour Analysis
4. Implementation of a manual cosmetic massage of the face, neck and décolleté
Facial massage definition, meaningPreparation of skin for cosmetic massageContraindications
The phases of cosmetic massageMuscles of the face, neck and décolletéThe main techniques for performing cosmetic massage of the face, neck, décolleté and collar zone.

Jacques Therapeutic Facial Massage

Мicromassage of eye surroundingsLymphatic drainage facial massage (manual and hardware)
5. Implementation of surface cleansing, steaming or softening of the skin
 Proper skin preparation Softening individual skin types, possible contraindications
6. Implementation of deep cleansing of the skin. Chemical peels.
Methods of deep skin cleansing: acid peels, enzyme peels.Methods of deep skin cleansing: abrasive peeling, gommage.
Classification of Chemical PeelsThe mechanism of action
Indications and contraindications for peelingTechnology of chemical peeling. Post-peeling care.
Chemical peeling technology: AHA-peels; Salicylic acid peels; Peelings of surface impact; Peelings of median impact; Peelings of profound impact; Peelings for striae (stretch marks); Jessner Peeling; TCA; Yellow (retinoic) peeling.
Manual face cleaning
Hardware methods of deep cleansing: vaporization, vacuum cleaning, brushing, disincrustation, ultrasonic peeling.
7. Application of facial masks and wraps. Cosmetics and Cosmeceuticals. Non-invasive Carboxytherapy.
Classification of cosmetic productsCosmetic effectsBiologically active components of cosmetic products
Forms and composition of cosmetic preparationsRaw materials for cosmeticsApplications of masks or wraps
Separation of facial masks by skin type Separation of mask forms and wrapsNon-invasive Carboxytherapy
8. Body hair removal
Methods of hair removal and depilationTechniques of hair removalWaxing
Skin treatment, including contraindications after depilation and hair removalHygienic principles of using depilation waxes
9. Bleaching body hair, colouring eyelashes and eyebrows. EyeLash Extension 1:1, 2D techniques. EyeLash & EyeBrow Lifting.
Hair Lightening ProcedurePotential allergies to chemicals and natural productsEyelash & Eyebrow Tinting
Eyelash extensions (single and volume eyelash extension technology)EyeLash LiftingEyeBrow Lifting
10. Implementation of the daily, evening and fantasy make-up
General principles of face makeupDaytime makeup
Correction of the shape of the face, eyebrows, eyes and lips

Evening makeup

Differences in the types of makeupFantasy makeup
11. Performing hygienic-sanitary activities according to the operating regulations
Disinfectants for skin and implementsThe difference between disinfection and sterilizationCleaning Procedures
12. Ordering products, work material, tools & instruments for skin care
13. Accounting services
Proof of paymentIncome and expense items Records of revenues and costs
Billing for the sale of productsBasic taxes and fees, including their due dates
14. Hardware cosmetology
Ultrasound in aesthetic cosmetology. Electricity in aesthetic cosmetology: galvanization and iontophoresis, darsonvalization; types of equipment; effects; indications and contraindications.Microcurrent stimulation in cosmetology: types of equipment; effects; indications and contraindications; safety precautions; procedure technology.Facial Myostimulation in aesthetic cosmetology: types of equipment; effects indications and contraindications; safety precautions; procedure technology.
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Prague 3, Žižkov, Cimburkova 376/5, 130 00, ground floor

Email: info@abgnail.cz

Phone: +420 777 042 802

Branch office in Most City: Žatecká 2436/19, 434 01, ground floor

Email: info@abgnail.cz

Phone: +420 777 042 802

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