International Basic Beauty Course

Join the International Basic Beauty Course at Wibes Academy in Ahmedabad, your gateway to an exciting career in the beauty and grooming industry. This comprehensive 45-day program is meticulously designed to cover the fundamental aspects of skincare, makeup application, and hair care.

Module 1: Introduction to Basic Skin Care (15 Days)

  1. Threading: Threading is a precise hair removal technique that has been used for centuries in various cultures. Here's a breakdown of what students will learn:
  • Introduction to Threading: Students will understand the history and origins of threading, along with its popularity and effectiveness in facial hair removal.
  • Tools and Materials: They will be introduced to the essential tools, such as a spool of cotton thread, and how to maintain them.
  • Eyebrow Shaping: The course will cover the techniques and shapes for achieving well-defined and perfectly arched eyebrows using threading.
  • Facial Hair Removal: Students will learn how to remove unwanted facial hair on the upper lip, chin, and other areas using threading.
  • Practice: Students will engage in hands-on practice to refine their threading skills, ensuring precision and minimal discomfort for clients.
  1. Waxing: Waxing is a popular method for removing unwanted hair from various parts of the body. Here's what the course will cover:
  • Types of Wax: Students will learn about different types of wax, including soft wax and hard wax, and their ideal applications.
  • Preparation: Proper preparation, including skin cleansing and sanitizing, will be emphasized to create a clean and hygienic environment.
  • Techniques: The course will teach various waxing techniques, including strip waxing and strip less waxing, and when to use each.
  • Hair Removal Areas: Students will be trained to wax different body areas, such as legs, arms, underarms, and the bikini line.
  • Aftercare: Understanding and instructing clients on post-waxing skincare to prevent ingrown hairs and irritation will be covered.
  1. Manicure and Pedicure: Manicure and pedicure are essential beauty treatments that focus on nail care and the hands and feet. Here's what students will learn:
  • Nail Anatomy: Students will understand the structure of the nail, including the cuticle, nail bed, and the different parts of the nail.
  • Manicure Techniques: The course will cover techniques for filing, shaping, and polishing nails during a manicure.
  • Pedicure Techniques: Students will learn how to exfoliate, remove calluses, and massage the feet during a pedicure.
  • Nail Art: Introduction to nail art, including nail polish application, nail extensions, and nail design.
  • Hygiene and Sanitization: Emphasis on maintaining cleanliness and sanitization of tools and workspaces for client safety.
  1. Facial: Facial treatments are a fundamental part of skincare, focusing on cleansing, rejuvenating, and maintaining the skin's health. Here's what students will learn:
  • Skin Analysis: The course will begin with an in-depth understanding of various skin types and conditions, helping students identify their clients' needs.
  • Cleansing and Exfoliation: Techniques for proper skin cleansing and exfoliation to remove impurities and dead skin cells.
  • Mask Application: Students will learn how to choose and apply the right facial mask based on skin type and concerns.
  • Massage Techniques: Facial massage methods for relaxation and rejuvenation, as well as lymphatic drainage for reducing puffiness.
  • Aftercare: Proper guidance for clients on maintaining their skin after a facial, including the use of recommended products.

Module 2: Introduction to Basic Makeup (15 Days)
  1. Basic Makeup Theory:
  • Skin Preparation: Understanding the importance of clean, well-moisturized skin as the canvas for makeup application.
  • Makeup Products: Introduction to essential makeup products, including foundation, concealer, blush, eyeshadow, eyeliner, mascara, lipstick, and more.
  • Tools and Brushes: Overview of makeup brushes and their specific uses for different products.
  • Face Shapes: Recognizing different face shapes and how makeup can enhance or balance these shapes.
  • Day vs. Evening Makeup: Distinction between daytime and evening makeup, emphasizing the use of bolder colours and techniques for the latter.
  1. Basic Brush Theory:
  • Brush Types: Understanding various makeup brushes, such as foundation brushes, eyeshadow brushes, and blending brushes.
  • Brush Care: Proper cleaning and maintenance of brushes to ensure longevity and hygiene.
  • Brush Techniques: Learning how to hold and use brushes correctly to achieve precise and blended makeup application.
  • Blending Techniques: Mastering blending skills to achieve a seamless and natural makeup look.
  1. Basic Color Theory:
  • Color Wheel: Introduction to the color wheel and its relevance in makeup, including complementary and contrasting colours.
  • Skin Tones: Understanding different skin tones and how they impact color choices for foundation, concealer, and blush.
  • Eye Colours: Selecting eyeshadow colours that complement one's eye color to enhance their natural beauty.
  • Color Schemes: Learning how to create harmonious and striking makeup looks using color schemes, such as monochromatic, analogous, or complementary.
  1. Makeup Looks with Practical:
  • Self-Makeup Look
  • Evening Party look
  • Engagement Look
  • Basic Bridal Look

Module 3: Introduction to Basic Hair (15 Days)
  1. Basic Hair Theory:
  • Basic hair theory forms the foundation of understanding hair's structure, growth, and its role in hairstyling and maintenance. This knowledge is crucial for hairstylists, as it allows them to provide tailored services and recommendations to their clients.
  1. Hair Sectioning:
  • Importance: Hair sectioning is a crucial skill as it allows hairstylists to work methodically and ensures even cutting or styling.
  • Techniques: Students will learn various hair sectioning techniques, including horizontal, vertical, diagonal, and radial sectioning.
  • Applications: Understanding how to use sectioning for different hairstyles, whether it's a precise haircut, intricate braiding, or colouring.

  1. Hair Degrees:
  • Degrees in Haircutting: Degrees refer to the angles at which hair is cut. Students will understand the concept of degrees and how they influence the final hairstyle.
  • Graduation vs. Layering: Different degrees are used for creating specific styles, such as a graduated bob or layered haircut.
  • Face Shapes: The importance of considering the client's face shape and hair type when determining the degree of the cut.
  1. Hair Wash, Shampoo & Conditioning:
  • Proper Cleansing: The importance of using the right shampoo and the right techniques for thorough cleansing.
  • Scalp Health: Understanding how shampooing impacts scalp health and promoting a clean and healthy scalp.
  • Conditioning: Using conditioner to restore moisture and manageability to the hair.
  • Product Selection: Guidance on selecting the right products for different hair types and concerns.
  1. Blow Dry Techniques:
  • Types of Blowouts: Students will learn how to achieve different types of blowouts, including smooth and straight, voluminous, and wavy.
  • Tools and Products: Introduction to the various tools and products used in blow-drying, including brushes, diffusers, and heat protectants.
  • Sectioning for Blowouts: Combining the sectioning technique with blow-drying to create the desired hairstyle.
  • Tips for Smoothness: Techniques for achieving a sleek, frizz-free finish.
  1. One Length Cut:
  • Basic Haircut: The one-length cut is a classic and straightforward haircut where all hair ends are at the same length.
  • Techniques: Students will learn how to create a one-length cut using proper sectioning, cutting angles, and tension.
  • Suitability: Understanding when and for whom a one-length cut is appropriate, considering factors like hair texture and face shape.
  1. U Cut:
  • Characteristics: The U cut, also known as a U-shaped haircut, is characterized by its U-like shape at the back.
  • Cutting Techniques: Students will learn how to achieve the U cut, including the use of specific angles and sectioning.
  • Layering Options: Understanding how to incorporate layering into a U cut for added volume and movement.
  1. Feather Cut:
  • Feathering Technique: Feathering involves creating soft, feather-like ends to the hair, resulting in a light and airy look.
  • Techniques: Students will learn feathering techniques using scissors or razor, including point-cutting and slide-cutting.
  • Styling Versatility: Feather cuts are versatile and can be styled in various ways, making them suitable for different occasions.
  1. Reversed Graduation Cut:
  • Graduation vs. Reversed Graduation: Understanding the concept of graduation in hair cutting and how reversed graduation differs.
  • Layering Styles: Techniques for achieving a reversed graduation cut that creates layers at the crown and a graduated effect towards the ends.
  • Face-Framing: This style can be used to create face-framing layers, adding softness and dimension around the face.

45 Days 

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