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Beauty therapy industry, legal and organisational requirements: use of tools, equipment, materials and products; the structure and function of the skin and hair, the techniques, tools and equipment used within different beauty therapy treatments.


Provide waxing, hand, nail, foot, facial, eyelash, eyebrow treatments, provide make-up application, provide basic massage treatments.


Personal and professional ethics: demonstrates a commitment to quality, maintains honesty, integrity and confidentiality

Flexible and positive attitude: Adapts positively to changing work priorities and patterns when new tasks need to be completed or requirements change.

Maintain client care principles and practices: show clients/customers respect at all times and in all circumstances, demonstrate client empathy, sensitivity and awareness.

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