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COMPETENCY BASED LEARNING MATERIAL

Sector

: HEALTH, SOCIAL, AND OTHER COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES SECTOR

Qualification Title:

BEAUTY CARE NC II

Unit of Competency: PERFORM MANICURE AND PEDICURE


Module Title:

PERFORMING MANICURE AND PEDICURE

ZAMBOANGA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL-WEST


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BEAUTY CARE NC II
How to use this COMPETENCY BASED LEARNING MATERIAL
Welcome!
The unit of competency,Perform Manicure and Pedicure is one of the
competencies of Beauty Care NC II, a course which comprises the
knowledge, skills and attitudes required for a beauty care trainee to
possess.
The module, Performing Manicure and Pedicure contains training
materials and activities related to trimming and filing nails, Proper
handling and usage of tools, Shapes and styles of nail, Work safety and
First aid.
In this module, you are required to go through a series of learning
activities in order to complete the learning outcome. In a learning
outcome contains the following; information sheets, self-check, task
sheets, Job sheets with Performance Criteria Checklist. Follow and
perform the activities on your own. If you have some queries, feel free to
ask your trainer for assistance.

Remember to:

Read information sheets and complete the self-check. Suggested


references are included to supplement the materials provided in this
module.

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Perform the Task Sheets and Job Sheets until you are confident that
your outputs conform to the Performance Criteria Checklist that
follows the sheets.

Submit outputs of the Task Sheets and Job Sheets to your trainer for
evaluation and recording in the Achievement Chart. When you feel
confident that you have had sufficient practice, ask your trainer to
evaluate you. The results of you evaluation will be recorded in your
Progress Chart and Achievement Chart..
You need to complete this module before you can perform the next
module on Applying Nail Polish.

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BEAUTY CARE NC II

List of Competencies
No.

Unit of Competency

1.

Perform Pre and Post


Beauty Care Services

Performing Pre and


Post Beauty Care
Services

Perform Manicure
and Pedicure

Performing Manicure
and Pedicure

3.

Perform Hand Spa

Performing hand spa

HCS515309

4.

Perform Body Massage

Performing Body
Massage

HCS515310

5.

Perform Body Scrub

Performing Body Scrub

HCS515311

6.

Perform Facial
Treatment

Performing Facial
Treatment

HCS515312

7.

Perform Foot Spa

Performing Foot Spa

HCS515313

8.

Apply Facial Make-Up

Applying Facial MakeUp

HCS515315

2.

Module Title

Beauty Care NC II
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MODULE CONTENT
UNIT OF COMPETENCY:

PERFORM MANICURE and PEDICURE

MODULE TITLE:

PERFORMING MANICURE and PEDICURE

MODULE DESCRIPTOR:

This unit covers the knowledge, skills and


attitude in performing manicure and
pedicure. This involves preparing the client,
cleaning of finger nails and toe nails, applying
nail polish, and applies final retouch.

NOMINAL DURATION: 50 hrs.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
At the end of this module, trainees MUST be able to learn about;
LO 1: Prepare the client prior to manicure and pedicure
LO 2: Clean the fingernails and toe nails
LO 3: Apply Nail Polish
LO 4: Perform Final Retouch
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

Nail polish is completely removed with nail polish remover


Fingernails are soaked in warm water with soap following salon
standards
Cuticles and dry skins are slightly pushed and completely
removed using appropriate tools observing safety
precautions
Nails are trimmed and filed following customers desired shape
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and style
Antiseptic is applied immediately upon accidental cut is
incurred
Safety is ensured during the entire process

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LEARNING OUTCOME NO.2


CLEAN THE FINGERNAILS AND TOE NAILS
Contents:

Trimming and filing procedures


Proper handling and usage of tools
Shape and style of nail
Work safety
First aid

Assessment Criteria

Nail polish is completely removed with nail polish


remover
Fingernails are soaked in warm water with soap
following salon standards
Cuticles and dry skins are slightly pushed and
completely removed using appropriate tools observing
safety precautions
Nails are trimmed and filed following customers desired
shape and style
Antiseptic is applied immediately upon accidental cut is
incurred
Safety is ensured during the entire process

Condition: The learner should be provided with the following:


ACCESSORIES/TOOLS/EQUIPMEN
T

Manicuring table
Adjustable lamp
Clients chair
Manicurist chair or stool
Supply tray
Finger bowl
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SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS

Hand towel
Bath towel
Foot cover
Apron
Antiseptic solution
Cotton
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Container for cotton


Wet sanitizer
Glass container
Ottoman
Low stool
Special toe nail clippers
Orange wood sticks

Nail polish
Alcohol
Linen
Bath soap
Slippers
Disinfectant

Foot powder

Nail file
Cuticle pusher
Cuticle nipper
Nail brush
Cuticle scissors
Trolley

Foot lotion
Nail polish remover
Cuticle oil
Cuticle cream
Cuticle remover
Nail whiteners
Nail polish thinner

Assessment Method:

Demonstration with questioning


Interview
Written Test

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Learning Experiences
Learning Outcome 2
Clean the fingernails and toe nails
Learning Activities

Special Instructions

Read Information sheets 1.1-1,1.12,1.1-3,1.1-4 and 1.1-5 of learning


In this Information sheets you
outcome 1-cleaning the fingernails shall be able to acquire the knowledge
and toenails.
and skills needed to perform the
different
tasks,
the
different
implements, materials and equipment
needed, work safety and how to give
Answer self Check 1.1-1, 1.1-2, first
aid
to
client/patron.
in
1.1-3, 1.1-4 and 1.1-5 respectively. performing manicure and pedicure.
Compare your answer with answers
To enhance more knowledge
key 1.1-1, 1.1-2, 1.1-3, 1.1-4 and and skills in this endeavor you may
1.1-5 respectively.
also visit the website of TESDA, read

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books, brochures
Perform Task Sheet 1.1-1, 1.1-2, about nail care.
1.1-3, 1.1-4 and 1.1-5 respectively.

and

magazines

You can also view videos on


Evaluate
performance
using the different websites. i.e www.you
about
cleaning
the
Performance Criteria checklist 1.1- tube .com
1,
1.1-2, 1.1-3, 1.1-4 and1.1-5. fingernails and toenails.
Respectively.

Perform Job Sheet 1.1


Clean fingernails and Toenails.
Evaluate
Performance
using
After reading all the information
Performance Criteria checklist.1.1
sheets and doing all the tasks and
Job sheets, you are now ready to
proceed to the next LO which is
Apply nail polish.

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Information Sheet No. 2.1-1


Trimming and Filing Procedure
Learning Objectives:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:
a. handle manicuring tools properly
b. perform the step by step procedures in trimming and filing finger and
toenails
c. observe safety measures when filing and trimming finger and toe nails
Introduction:
Fingernails getting a little long and it/they is/are too hard to type? Or
did you just poke a hole in your partner with that dagger cleverly disguised
as your big toenail? Time for a little personal grooming! Cutting your
fingernails and toenails is easy, and it's the right thing to do, and this
information sheet will show you how.
1. Prepare your nails. Soak your nails for a few minutes before you cut them, as
this softens them up and makes them easier to trim. This will also help avoid
splitting your nails. This step is especially important for toenails. Those can be
pretty tough.
2. Cut your nails. Cut them straight across until they no longer extend over your
finger or toe, so that they don't show any white. If you are a finger-style guitarist,
you may want to leave about 1/16th inch (1.5 to 2 mm) on your picking hand
usually the right hand

3. Wait for your nails to dry. Wait for a little bit until your nails are dry
and are no longer soft. Filing wet nails will leave you with jagged, rough nails
when they dry, and may also cause your nails to split and crack.
4. File your nails. Use a nail file to shape your nails, and to make sure the
edges of the nail are smooth. Jagged nails can catch on clothes, socks, and
pantyhose and will cause nails to tear or break. When filing, always file
gently in one long stroke, from the side to the center of the nail. Use the
coarse, shaping side first if you need to remove more nail. Then use the
finer-grade shaping side to smooth your nails out. Your nails should be
slightly triangle or oval and not pointed, when finished. This will keep them
from breaking. Nails can weaken if you file too low into the corners and sides
too
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Look them over. Look your nails over to ensure that your nails are all the
same length and shape, and also that they're smooth and not jagged or
pointy. Keep clipping and filing until they all look the same and are smooth.
Once they are, you're done!

Self-Check No.2.1-1

Trimming and Filing Procedures


True or False:
Directions: Write the word TRUE if the statement is correct and FALSE if it
is wrong.
1. Soaking of the nails for a few minutes before cutting make them easier
to trim.
2.The process of soaking will also avoid splitting of nails while filing.
3.Always consult the client for nail styles before trimming the nails.
4. Filing is always done gently in one long stroke, from the center to the side
of the nail.
5.Filing wet nails will leave a jagged, rough nails when they dry, and may
also cause the nails to split and crack.

Answer Key for 2.1-1


Trimming and Filing Procedures

1.True
2.False
3.True
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4.False
5.True

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TASK SHEET 2.1-1


Title: Trimming and Filing Nails
Performance Objective: The manicurist should observe the nail type,
skin tissues and to determine if manicure is
possible and which type of service is best to be
given to client.
Supplies/Materials

:the patron/client, towel, cuticle remover, small


basin with water

Equipment/Tools

:manicuring table,chair,nail file, nail clippers,


nail pusher

Steps/Procedures:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Prepare patron/client nails.


Cut patron/client nails.
File nails with desired implements,
Check/look over nails.

Note: Always observe safety precautions when handling clients


hand/nails.

Assessment Method:
Demonstration
Observation with Oral Questioning

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Performance Criteria Checklist 2.1-1


CRITERIA

Did you.

YES

prepare patron/client nails?

trim patron/client nails correctly?

file nails with desired implements?

Check/look over nails?

ensure safety during the entire


process?

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Information Sheet No.2.1-2


Proper Handling and Usage of Tools
Learning Objectives:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:
1. identify the most commonly used tools in performing manicure
and pedicure
2. demonstrate the proper way of handling the cuticle pusher
3. observe safety precautions when pushing dry cuticle.
Introduction:
A cuticle pusher is a simple nail tool used to perform manicures and
pedicures. It pushes the skin from your cuticles back and away from your
nails to help your nails grow stronger. Here's information on how to safely
use a cuticle pusher.
1.Decide whether to get a cuticle pusher made of steel or wood. Steel
cuticle pushers are best for tough, hard cuticles. Wooden cuticle pushers are
best for soft cuticles.
2.Pick which tip you want your cuticle pusher to have.Some have blunt
rounded ends, others have sharp pointy ends or spoon-shaped ends and yet
others are curved. The most common one has a rounded tip on one end and
a sharp tip on the other.
3.Prepare Your Nails
For best results, soften the nails and cuticles before using the
cuticle pusher.
This is a necessary step to make pushing the cuticles away from the nails
easier. If the cuticles are not soft and you try to push them, you might tear
the skin, causing painful lesions.
4.Apply cuticle remover on the nail.
You can also use cuticle oil together with the cuticle remover. Make
sure to spread it evenly all over the edges. Leave it for 2 minutes.
Submerge the fingers in a small bowl of warm water and soak them for
about 3 minutes. This will help soften the cuticles even more
Use a small towel to gently dry your fingernail.
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5.Push Back the Cuticles


Use the rounded part of the cuticle pusher to push back the cuticles
on the surface of the nail. Angle the pusher 35 to 45 degrees and gently
slide it towards the base of the nail and push away the softened cuticles.
Use the pointed, sharp part to push down the cuticles at the
corners of the nails. You can also use this tip to clean under the nails.
Repeat this process for all the nails.

Self Check 2.1-2


Proper Handling and Usage of Tools
Application:
Directions: Arrange chronologically the following procedures in handling and
using of manicuring tools. Write 1 for the 1st,2 for the 2nd,3 for
the 3rd and so on.in your answer sheet.
_____ A. Apply cuticle remover on the nail
_____ B. Prepare Your Nails
____ C. Pick which tip you want your cuticle pusher to have
_____ D. Push Back the Cuticles
_____ E. Decide whether to get a cuticle pusher made of steel or wood

Answers Key 2.1-2


Proper Handling and Usage of Tools

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A. 4
B. 3
C. 2
D. 5
E. 1

TASK SHEET 2.1-2


Title: How to Handle and Use Tools properly
Performance Objective:
The trainees shall be able to gain knowledge and skills
in handling and using of manicuring tools properly.
Supplies/Materials:

small towel
cuticle remover
client/patron

Equipment/Tools: cuticle pusher


small basin with water
Steps/Procedures: .
1. Decide whether to get a cuticle pusher made of steel or wood.
2.Pick which tip you want your cuticle pusher to have
3.Prepare client nails
4. Apply cuticle remover on the nails.
5. Push back the cuticles.
Assessment Method:
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Demonstration
Observation

Performance Criteria Checklist 2.1-2


CRITERIA

Did you.

YES

decide whether to get a cuticle pusher


made of steel or wood.
pick which tip you want your
cuticle pusher to have
check and analyze client nails?

apply cuticle remover on the nails?

push back the cuticles?

apply antiseptic immediately upon


accidental cut has incurred?
ensure safety during the entire
process?

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Information Sheet No.2.1-3


Shapes and Styles of Nail
Learning Objectives:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:
1. identify the different shape and styles of nails
2. discuss the best style for the desired shape of nails
3. demonstrate the proper way to achieve the desired shape of nails.
Introduction:
There three most common nail shapes are: square, squoval and
oval. Let's take a look at each of these shapes and how you can achieve
them.
Square
The square nail shape is one of the strongest nail shapes you can have
because the full width of the nail remains at the free edge. However, this
shape isn't usually flattering on shorter nails as it can make hands look
blunt and heavy; the square shape is best used to draw attention to longer
nails.To create this shape: hold your nail file at a 90 angle perpendicular to
the finger and file straight across in one direction.
Squoval
The squoval nail shape is the generally the most popular nail shape, as well
as the most universally flattering shape. The nail is still able to maintain
most of its natural strength but the corners are slightly rounded for a softer,
more feminine appearance.
To create this shape: first start by following the directions for creating the
square shape. Once you're satisfied, you'll want to hold your file at a 65
angle and carefully round the corners. As you move your file from the corner
to the middle of your nail, work your file from the 65 angle to a 90 angle.
Oval/Rounded
This is a more traditional nail shape but it's still very popular. The tip is
rounded instead of squared but the sides of the free edge are able to grow
straight, which maintains the strength and structure of the nail.
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To create this shape: allow the sides of your nails to grow straight but hold
your file at approximately a 40 angle and round only the tip of the free
edge.
If you're not sure which shape is right for you or which will be the most
flattering, here's a tip: take a look at the shape of your cuticles. If they're
rounded, a round nail shape will be flattering for you. And vice versa, if your
cuticles are more squared, then the square or squoval shape will be
flattering for you. Of course, you can choose to have whichever nail shape
you prefer; this tip will just help you make a decision if you're not sure
which shape to opt for!
That ends our discussion of three of the most common nail shapes you can
have and how you can achieve them. There are a couple of other nail shapes
that you can have, but most opt for one of the above shapes

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Self Check 2.1-3


Shapes and Styles of Nail
IDENTIFICATION
DIRECTIONS: Identify the statement below. Write your answer in your
answer sheet.
______1. It is one of the strongest nail shapes you can have because the
full width of the nail remains at the free edge.

______2.It is blunt and heavy and is best used to draw attention


to longer nails.

______3. It is the generally the most popular nail shape, as well as the
most universally flattering shape.
______4.This is a more traditional nail shape but it's still very popular.
______5.It has a feminine appearance.

Answers Key 2.1-3


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Shapes and Styles of Nail

1. Square nail shape


2. Square nail shape
3. Squoval nail shape
4. Oval/Rounded
5. Squoval nail shape

TASK SHEET 2.1-3


Title: Shapes and Styles of Nail
Performance Objective:
The trainee shall be able to analyze the size,
shapes and styles of nail.
Supplies/Materials:
client/patron
Equipment/Tools:
manicuring table,chair,ottoman
Steps/Procedures: Analyze the following
1. Size of the Hand as small, average and large
2.Length of Free Edge as short, average and long
3. Shapes of Nails
Assessment Method:
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Observation
Oral Questioning
Portfolio

Performance Criteria Checklist 2.1-3

Did you.

CRITERIA

YES

NO

consider the size of the hand when


determining the length and the
contour of the free edge?

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consider the length of free edge in


determining the contour and the
length of the manicured nail ?
consider the type of fingers and/or
heed to your patrons wishes.
Apply antiseptic immediately upon
accidental cut has incurred
select the best nail shape suited for
the client?

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Information Sheet No.2.1-4


Work Safety

Learning Objectives:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:
1. list down different risk control items
2. discuss safety work practices that a beautician must observe
when attending to the client needs
3. observe safety work habits when performing the desired task
Introduction:
Basic nail care is the fundamental attention given to normal toe
nails and skin surfaces, including the cutting of nails, the removal of
superficial dead skin materially interdigitally and the application to the skin
of emollients or rehydrating agents. However nail care specialist must be
aware of the following items below.
Risk Controls
Ensure equipment is in good working order before use.
Hand and skin washing hands are to be washed and dried between
each client. This applies regardless whether gloves are required or
not.
Gloves must be worn if direct contact is anticipated, invasive
procedure where skin penetration is anticipated and discarded after
contact with each patient.
Any instrument must either belong to the client or be sterilized
between each use.
Masks and protective eyewear are to be worn if nails can be flying
objects
Dispose of waste in a sealed bag into the bin

Work at a height convenient to the task. Sit on a chair at a


comfortable level to prevent back strain

Personal Protective Equipment required:


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Disposable gloves
Apron

Safety Work Practices


1. Preparation
a. Explain the procedure to the client and gain their permission
b. Ensure the client is seated comfortably with their hand or
foot resting at a height that the seated worker can easily and
comfortably work on.
c. Place clients hand or foot on a towel, or similar (to catch
clippings)
d. Worker to wash hands and apply gloves and if necessary
eyewear/mask/apron.
e. Look at the clients nails to assess the need for nail care.
Note if there are any areas of broken skin/nail
damage/infection.
Client to use their own strength as much as possible to move
her/himself into position
Client to provide worker with information on their current
situation
2. Provide basic nail care
a. Cut nails straight across. Only cut the white, dead nail. Do
not cut the nail too short.
b. File corners if necessary.
c. Moisturize the surrounding area
d. Clean clients nail scissors/clippers with an alcohol wipe.
Client to provide worker with information on their current
situation
3. After procedure
a. Dispose of rubbish into a bag and put in bin.
b. Assist client to apply moisturizer if available.
possible
4. Follow-up
a. Report any incident/issues to your Coordinator immediately
and then document details.

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Self-Check 2.1-4
Work Safety

IDENTIFICATION:
Directions:
Identify the following items given below as a Risk Controls or
Safety Work Practice that a beautician must observe when performing the
different tasks. Write your answer in your answer sheet.

_______1 .Ensure equipment is in good working order before use


_________2 .Explain the procedure to the client and gain their permission
_________3. Look at the clients nails to assess the need for nail care.
_________4. Place clients hand or foot on a towel, or similar
(to catch clippings)
_________5. Gloves must be worn if direct contact is anticipated, invasive
procedure where skin penetration is anticipated and discarded
after contact with each patient.
_________6.Dispose of waste in a sealed bag into the bin.
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_________7.Clean clients nail scissors/clippers with an alcohol wipe.


_________8.Look at the clients nails to assess the need for nail care.
_________9.Sit on a chair at a comfortable level to prevent back strain
_________10.Assist client to apply moisturizer if available.
possible

Answers Key 2.1-4

Work Safety

1. Risk Controls
2. Safety Work Practice
3. Safety Work Practice
4. Safety Work Practice
5. Risk Controls

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6. Risk Controls
7. Safety Work Practice
8. Safety Work Practice
9. Risk Controls
10. Safety Work Practice

TASK SHEET 2.1-4


Title: How to Observe Safety Work Practices
Performance Objective: The trainee/s should be able to apply the different
safety work practices when dealing with client in the beauty salon.
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Supplies/Materials: gloves , Eyewear, mask, apron, towel ,alcohol wipe,


cotton balls, alcohol, betadine, benzal chonium chloride
Equipment/Tools: nails scissors, nail clippers ,nail
file, ottoman, chair, manicuring table,
Steps/Procedures: 1. Preparation
a. Explain the procedure to the client and gain their permission
b. Ensure the client is seated comfortably with their hand or
foot resting at a height that the seated worker can easily and
comfortably work on.
c. Place clients hand or foot on a towel, or similar (to catch
clippings)
d. Worker to wash hands and apply gloves and if necessary
eyewear/mask/apron.
e. Look at the clients nails to assess the need for nail care.
Note if there are any areas of broken skin/nail
damage/infection.
Client to use their own strength as much as possible to move
her/himself into position
Client to provide worker with information on their current
situation
2.Provide basic nail care
a. Cut nails straight across. Only cut the white, dead nail. Do
not cut the nail too short.
b. File corners if necessary.
c. Moisturize the surrounding area
d. Clean clients nail scissors/clippers with an alcohol wipe.
Client to provide worker with information on their current
situation
3. After procedure
a. Dispose of rubbish into a bag and put in bin.
b. Assist client to apply moisturizer if available.
possible
4. Follow-up
Assessment Method:
Observation ,Oral Questioning , Portfolio

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Performance Criteria Checklist 2.1-4

Did you.

CRITERIA

YES

Explain the procedure to the client and gain their


permission

Ensure the client is seated comfortably with their


hand or foot resting at a height that the seated
worker can easily and comfortably work on.

Place clients hand or foot on a towel

Apply antiseptic immediately upon accidental cut


has incurred
Assist client to apply moisturizer if available?.

Clean clients nail scissors/clippers with an


alcohol wipe.

Dispose of rubbish into a bag and put in bin.

Assist client to apply moisturizer if available.


possible

Ensure safety during the entire process

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Information Sheet No.2.1-5


FIRST AID
Learning Objectives:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:
1. define first aid
2. discuss the importance of learning first aid procedures
3. demonstrate the proper way if giving first aid to a wounded
nail ; swollen foot/ankle.
Introduction:
First aid is the assistance given to any person suffering
a sudden illness or injury, with care provided to preserve life,
prevent the condition from worsening, and/or promote recovery.
Procedures WHEN to Give First Aid
1. When to See a Health Care Provider
Go to an emergency room or call a health care provider
quickly if
The finger or toe is deformed, which may indicate fracture or
dislocation.
The wound looks deep or long enough to need stitches.
Discoloration or a bruise under the nail covers more than a
quarter of the nail or there is continuing, intense pain.
The nail is completely torn off or partially cut off from a
crush injury or cut.
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2. Stop Bleeding
Apply direct pressure with a clean cloth.
3. Clean and Protect the Wound

If the nail is torn, use sterile scissors to cut off rough edges
to prevent further injury.
Clean the wound and torn nail area with soap and warm
water.
Apply antibiotic ointment and bandage.
4. Treat Symptoms

For swelling, ice the area.


For pain, give acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen (Advil,
Aleve).

5. Follow Up

Continue to use ice and over-the-counter pain medication as


needed. Pain and swelling should clear up within a week. It
can take several months for a nail that has separated from
the nailbed to grow back.
Change the bandage daily. If signs of infection develop -such as pus, redness, or heat around the nail or a red
streak extending from the wound -- call a health care
provider promptly.

The person may need a tetanus shot or booster, depending


on the date of last booster shot.

If the person sees a health care provider, the health care


provider will determine if there is a fracture or if tissue
under the nail needs repair and may remove the nail to
make the repair. The health care provider may make a hole
in the nail to drain blood and give a tetanus shot if needed.
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Self-check 2.1-5
FIRST AID
TRUE or FALSE:

Directions: Write the word TRUE if the statement is correct and FALSE if
it is wrong in your answer sheet.

______1. First aid is the assistance given to any person suffering a sudden
illness or injury, with care provided to preserve life, prevent the
condition from worsening, and/or promote recovery.
________2.If the finger or toe is deformed, which may indicate fracture or
dislocation ,it is necessary to consult a physician.

________3. If there is a non-stop bleeding, do not apply direct pressure over


the affected part.

________4.Amoxycillin is the best medicine to relieve pain.


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________5. Cleaning the wound and torn nail area with soap and warm water
should be done regularly.

Answers Key 2.1-5

First Aid

1. True
2. True
3. False
4. False
5. True

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TASK SHEET 1.1-5


Title: How to Give First Aid
Performance Objective:
The trainee shall practice the skills of giving assistance to
any person suffering a sudden illness or injury, with care provided to
preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, and/or promote
recovery.
Supplies/Materials:
clean cloth, cotton, bandage, antibiotic ointment, soap and
warm water, ice, acetaminophen,
Equipment/Tools:
chair, sterile scissors,
Steps/Procedures:
A. Stop Bleeding

Apply direct pressure with a clean cloth.

B.Clean and Protect the Wound

If the nail is torn, use sterile scissors to cut off rough edges to prevent
further injury.
Clean the wound and torn nail area with soap and warm water.

Apply antibiotic ointment and bandage

C.Treat Symptoms

For swelling, ice the area.


For pain, give acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen (Advil, Aleve).

D. Follow Up

Continue to use ice and over-the-counter pain medication as needed.

Change the bandage daily. If signs of infection develop -- such as pus,


redness, or heat around the nail or a red streak extending from the
wound -- call a health care provider promptly.
Assessment Method:

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Observation
Oral Questioning
Role play

Performance Criteria Checklist 1.1-5


CRITERIA

Did you.

YES

apply direct pressure with a clean cloth to stop


bleeding?

use sterile scissors to cut off rough edges to


prevent further injury?
clean the wound and torn nail area with soap and
warm water?
apply antibiotic ointment and bandage?

ice the area.?

give acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen (Advil,


Aleve) to relieve pain?

change the bandage daily?

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JOB SHEET 2.1


Title: Performing Manicure and Pedicure
Performance Objective: At the end of the activity you should be able to
demonstrate manicuring processes through
visuals and applying proper handling of
manicuring tools .
Supplies/Materials

: manicuring implements
cosmetics

Equipment

:manicure table ,chair

Steps/Procedure:
1. Remove old nail polish. In removing old nail polish, moisten small
piece of cotton with nail polish remover and press over old polish on
each nail. Then moisten cotton with nail polish remover to remove
the small piece of cotton on the nails.
2. File nails. Discuss with patron the nail shape best suited for her. File
the nails from the little finger towards the thumb, in the following
manner:

a. Hold the patrons finger between the thumb and first two fingers of
your left hand
b. Hold the file in the right hand and tilt it slightly so that filing is
confined mainly to the underside of the free edge
c. Shape nails into graceful oval tips, never extreme points. Use the
coarse side of file or emery board to shape the nail. File each nail
from corner to center going from right to left and then from left to
right. On each side of the nails use two short quick strokes and one
long sweeping stroke.
Assessment Method
Interview with questioning

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Performance Criteria Checklist 2.1

Did you.

CRITERIA

YES

NO

Completely removed nail polish with nail


polish remover?
Soak fingernails in warm water with soap
following salon standards?
Push and completely remove cuticles and
dry skins using appropriate tools?
Trim and file nails following customers
desired shape and style?
Apply antiseptic immediately upon
accidental cut incurred?
Observe safety during the entire process?

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Performance Test
Specific Instruction for the Candidate
Qualification

Beauty Care NC II

Unit of Competency

Perform Manicure and Pedicure

General Instruction:
Given the necessary manicuring implements, materials and cosmetics. You
are required to perform manicure in accordance with beauty salon standards.
(Allotted time 2 hrs.
Specific Instruction:
1. Gather implements, cosmetics and materials needed for a specific task.
2. Prepare patron/model with a comfortable seat.
3. Perform the indicated task.(manicure and pedicure.)
4. Work silently by observing highest form of professionalism when dealing
with client.
5. Observe safety precautions specially when using sharp edge and pointed
implements.
6. Strictly no borrowing of implements and other manicuring materials.

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SUMMATIVE TEST
Multiple Choices:
Directions: Read the statement carefully. Write only the letter of the correct answer
on your answer sheet.
1.A tool used for bathing and soaking the feet when giving a pedicure.
A. basin

B. bath tub

C. foot basin

D. foot bowl

2. Which tool is best to used for providing comfort and elevation during a pedicure?
A. stool

B. small chair

C. ottoman

D. foot support

3.Which is the most appropriate container to used for holding disinfectant solution
when sanitizing implements?
A. sanitizing bowl

B. sanitizing bottle

C. glass jar

D. foot basin

4. What type of cuticle nail pusher will you use to push down the cuticles at the
corner of the nails?
A. pointed

B. rounded

C. flat

D. square

5. It is used to soften the dry skin,


A. cuticle remover

B.cuticle oil

C.hand lotion

D.liquid soap

6.It is a mixture of fats and waxes containing lanolin base to soften and lubricate the
skin around the nails
A. cuticle oil

B. cuticle remover

C. soap

D. hand cream.

7.It is used to color the nail plate


A. nail polish remover B. merthiolate C. nail polish or enamel

D. nail coloring

8. To protect the nail plate from injury, Which is the most appropriate cosmetics to
used when removing old nail polish
A. cuticle remover B. nail polish remover

C. cuticle oil

D. nail polish

9. Which of the listed tool below is the most appropriate to use for lifting small bits of
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cuticle?
A. tweezers

B. puller

C. nail clipper

D. cuticle nipper

Perform Manicure and Pedicure

Ways in which evidence will be collected:


[tick the column]

The evidence must show that the trainee

Portfolio
Written

Unit of
competency:

Third party Report

Beauty Care NCII

Demonstration & Questioning

Competency
standard:

Observation & Questioning

Evidence Plan

Consulted client on desired nail service activity


and specific requirements
Checked and analyze nail condition, structure,
shape and style.
Provided client with protective clothing

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Recognized nail disorder and give advice or


referral to appropriate personnel

Selected and prepared sanitized tools and


equipment

Prepared appropriate supplies and materials

Used questioning and listening skills to ensure


client s safety and comfort during the entire
process

Cleaned nails by pushing cuticle and removing


dry skin using appropriate tools observing safety
precautions

Massaged hand and foot following D.O.H. rules


and regulations

NOTE: *Critical aspects of competency

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QUESTIONING TOOL
Questions to probe the candidates underpinning knowledge

Satisfactory
respon
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Extension/Reflection Questions

Yes

No

1. Can you easily analyse the type of hand, finger and


fingernails of the patron?

2. Can you trim and file nails following customers desired shape
and style?

3. Can you push and completely remove dry skin using


appropriate tools/implements?

4. Can you apply appropriate hand and arms massage?

Safety Questions
5. Can you immediately tell the name of solution to be used
when injury incurred during the manicuring process?

6. Can you push back cuticle and dry skin without hurting the

skin?
7. Can you use the nipper safely when cutting the dry skin?

8. Can you observe safety precaution during the entire process?

Contingency Questions
9.Can you mix disinfection solution properly following exact

measurement?
10. Can you distinguish nail disorder problem to be treated in

the beauty salon and of the physician?


11. Can you explain the advantages of using disposable material

in manicuring?
12.Can you work alone even without the supervision of your

trainor?
Job Role/Environment Questions

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13. Can you remove old nail polish in the fingernails even

without using nail polish remover?


14. Can you dispose soiled materials properly?

15. Can you dispose off sanitizing solution and use paper towel
properly?

16.Can you share your knowledge and skills to your friends in

your community?
Rules and Regulations

17.Can you follow the procedure in removing old nail polish?

18. Can you handle and use tools properly?

19. Can you work silently without borrowing tools and

cosmetics from your co-trainee?


20. Can you follow and apply the knowledge and skills youve

learned from our training?


The
candidates
knowledge was:

underpinning

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Templates for Inventory of Training Resources


Resources for presenting instruction
Print Resources

As per TR

Magazines

Textbooks

Non-Prints Resources

As per TR

Mock ups

Video discs

Resources
for
Skills
______________________________

Supplies and Materials

Antiseptic Solutions

As per
Inventory

practice

Remarks

As
per Remarks
Inventory

of

As per TR

Competency
As per
Inventory

Remarks

3 btls

Apron
Bleaching Soap*
Cling Wrap

3 rolls

Foot Blush*
Foot Lotion*
Foot Soak*
Foot Scrub*
Foot Towel(assorted)

12 pairs

Mittens *
Moisturizing Lotion*

3 btls.

Paraffin Wax

10 pcs.

Rough Gloves*

12 pairs

Slippers

12 pairs
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Towel (Assorted)*
Whitening Powder*
10 pcs.

White Towel*
Lotion*

Manicure Pillow

12 pcs.

Nail Hardener*
Nail Polish Remover (acetone)*
Quick dry *
Solvent*
Toe nail separator*
Top Coat*
Emery board*
Cleaning cloths

1 kilo

Disinfectant

3 Btls.

First Aid Kit

1 set

Garbage bins/bags

6 pcs.

Wet Sanitizer

1 Btls

TOOLS
Cuticle Nail Pusher*
Cuticle Nipper*
Cuticle Scissor*
Finger or Manicure Bowl*
Foot Spa Basin, Rectangle (Plastic)

12 pcs

Manicure Tray

10 pcs

Manicure Nail Brush*


Nail Buffer*
Nail cutter:
- Foot Nail Cutter*
- Hand Nail Cutter*
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Nail File*
Orange Wood Stick *
Plastic Container for Cotton

5pcs

Pedicure Nail Brush*


Supply Tray

6 pcs

Trolleys

6 pcs

Cleaning tools
Mop

1 pc

Pail / bucket

1 pc

Hand/Foot Spa
Callous Remover*
Foot file*
Foot Spa Brush for Mixing*
Foot Spa Tray with* Handle
Foot Massager Gadgets

13 pcs

Mixing Bowl*
Plastic Basin (Small)

12 pcs

Pumice Stone*
EQUIPMENT and FURNITURE/ FIXTURES
Chairs

25 pcs.

Manicurists chair/ stool

10 pcs.

Manicure Table

10 pcs.

Sterilizer

1 Unit

Timer

2 Units

Foot spa machine

6 units

Hand Spa Machine

3 Units

Foot Spa Stool

10 pcs.

PPE
Gloves*

1 pair
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Smock gown*

1 pc

Mask*

1 pc

headband*

1 pc

Note: In the remarks section, remarks may include for repair, for
replenishment, for reproduction, for maintenance etc.

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