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Elegant Beauty Salon Rules and Regulations

Gr.12 cosmo project
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Natasha Pereira

on 17 February 2011

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Transcript of Elegant Beauty Salon Rules and Regulations

Elegant Beauty
Salon Rules
and
Regulations Our Mission Statement Elegant Beauty Salon provides a relaxing, positive, and motivational atmosphere. We strive to provide the highest quality service. We promise to do our best to make you look and feel your very BEST! Rules and Regulations
Our salon strives on organization and professionalism. Rules and regulations are to be followed at all times in the salon.
General policies and procedures • You must be on time. Lates must be for a legitimate reason and absences should be discussed prior to the day you will be away. If you know you’ll be away, let the management know ahead.
• No eating or drinking in the salon. Food and drink are not acceptable to bring into the salon for they cause mess and possibilities of allergic reaction. Any food or drink must be put away or thrown out before entering the salon.
• You must be in proper school and salon uniform. When entering the class you are expected to be in proper uniform, and when in the salon you are expected to wear an apron to protect you and your clients clothing.
• No horseplay. The salon is a serious, professional place and absolutely no goofing around will be allowed.
• Report all injuries. No matter how minor, you must report all cuts/burns to the management right away as a mean to prevent any infection or contamination.
• Show respect. We all work as a team and respect is a big part of that.
• Measure amounts of make-up prior to use, as to not overuse.
Cleanliness and hygiene Our salon strives on being a clean and safe environment. • Clean stations after use.
• Properly store all equipment after use.
• Disinfect all tools and stations after use.
• Wrap cords properly when putting away equipment.
• Notify management of any broken or damaged equipment. Do not put broken or damaged equipment back into the storage room.
• Use clean capes and towels on all clients.
• If you notice a lot of dirty towels, do a load of laundry.
• Fold and put towels away.
• Sweep floors.
• Clean up spills or any wetness.
• Never leave an area with chemicals out.
• Clean brushes properly after use.
• Make sure cupboards are properly cleaned and everything is properly stacked.
Clients Our salon strives to make clients happy while keeping them safe. • Make sure you have all of your equipment ready to use prior to starting so your client is not left waiting.
• Ask client of any allergies or sensitivities before starting.
Job Descriptions A make-up artist is a professional that applies cosmetics on an individual. Whether it is for a photo shoot or for a wedding, a cosmetic professional truly earns the title of an ‘artist’. Make-up Artist Preparation

•Know all clients that come to see you.
•Get all products ready ahead of time.
•Keep the area you are working in clean and neat at all times.
•Always ask the client about allergies or skin conditions.
•Always confirm with the client that they are comfortable with the products you are going to be using.
>Ex, not all people are fond with eyeliner on their waterline or wearing foundation. Sanitation/Salon Cleanliness

• Always put the make-up you use in its proper place.
• Always apply make-up with a clean brush, including lipstick, due to hygiene and spread of bacteria.
• Always wipe down your area after a client.
• Report any broken containers or ruined make-up to the management.
• Wash hands thoroughly before and after each client.
• Do not use the same brushes on clients, always clean brushes or dispose them.
Tools
• Brushes:
>Angle brush: lining and eyebrows
>Blending brush: to soften and smooth out eye make-up
>Blush brush: to apply blush
>Contour brush: to add on bronzer to contouring areas of face
>Foundation brush: to apply foundation
>Concealer brush: to apply concealer
• Eye shadows
• Lip stick/Lip gloss
• Blushes/ Bronzers
• Foundation (liquid and powder)
• Eyeliner
• Sponges
Safety
• Always clean your brushes.
• Don’t leave area until cleaned.
• Throw away used sponges.
• Keep all make-up containers closed.
• Don’t use make-up on clients with infections.
• Always use fresh tools for each client.
Hair Stylist A hairstylist is a person who takes pride and craftsmanship to heart and makes hair a piece of their own art. In a salon a hairstylist job is not to just style hair but to help around the salon as well. A hair stylist is important to the hair industry because they are the ones who make the magic of a client’s idea become a reality. It is the Stylist job to reach the goals of each client to ensure they look great and feel great. It is also their job to make sure they provide their ideas and allow for their clients ideas to be met. Preparation
• Know all clients coming into see you.
• Get all products ready that will be necessary for that client (brushes, flat irons, hair products etc.)
• Always keep your working area clean due to potential hazards.
• Ask client about any allergies they may have to any of the products being used.
• Don’t wait till cash-out time to let your client know how much they have to pay. During a consultation you should always give your client estimations.
Sanitation/Salon Cleanliness
• Always clean your hair brushes before using on another client.
• Wipe down your area before and after you serve another client (remove unnecessary equipment and products, and sweep the floors after haircuts.)
• Report any broken equipment.

Tools
• Brushes
• Flat Irons
• Curling Iron
• Hair Products
Hairspray
Hair wax
Hair gel
Mousse

Saftey
• Always clean your brushes.
• Never leave flat/curling irons on unattended.
• Always check to make sure heating irons are off when you are done with them.
• Always clean scissors.
• Clean your area.
Manicurist A manicurist is a person skilled in working with clients in enhancing the appearance of their nails. They work to make nails more beautiful by shaping them and applying polish as well as nail designs. A person who is a manicurist usually has a talent and interest in polishing, styling, and decorating fingernails. Preparation
• Should have proper training before giving a client a treatment.
• Ask questions > allergies, what they want done, etc.
• Make sure all tools are ready prior to use on a client.
• Aprons must be worn.
• Hands are to be washed.
• Prepare hand bowl with hot water so it’s not old when you go to use it (check to make sure before putting clients hand in.)
Sanitation/Salon Cleanliness
• Tools such as hand bowls should be rinsed and washed out after every use.
• Cuticle nippers should be rinsed and placed into sanitation box after every use.
• Orange wood stick and nail file are given to client after use, do not reuse.
• Nail polish is to be used only on fingernails (no pedicures)
• All countertops must be sanitized prior to and after use.
• Aprons must be work by nail technician during procedure.
Tools
• Nail polish
• Nail polish remover
• Massaging cream
• Cuticle nippers
• Orange wood stick/cuticle pushers
• Hand soaking bowl
• Cotton balls
• Nail clippers
• Nail file

Safety
• Make sure water is at a comfortable temperature for client.
• Tools are only to be handled by a trained technician.
• Do not lean over nails or take deep breaths while working with nail products such as nail polish and remover as it can be dangerous to your health.
• Do not use nail files or orangewood sticks for multiple clients.
• Make sure to put cotton on the end of the orange wood stick before pushing back cuticles.
• If the client gets cut and starts to bleed take all precautions as if the person could have a blood disease.
• Bandage cut and discontinue procedure as the chemicals from the tools could be extremely painful.
• If you cut yourself, wash hands, bandage yourself and wear rubber gloves.
• Keep station organized and give yourself enough room so you don’t knock anything over.
• Beware of your surroundings.
• Close all bottles tightly to prevent spills.
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