The ITEC Beauty Specialist diploma is divided into the following areas;
Skincare & Eye Treatments
Manicure & Pedicure
Business & Professional Conduct
As you can see there is a lot to learn and therefore it is vital that you have a study guide that includes a range of revision questions similar to those you would find in past papers and in your actual exam paper.
Some examples include;
01. The Granular layer is known as;
a) Stratum corneum
b) Stratum spinosum
c) Startum granulosum – Answer
d) Startum germinativum
02. Azulene is used to;
a) Soothe – Answer
03. Which of the following is not contained in the nail bed;
a) Soft keratin – Answer
d) Blood vessels
04. Which one of the following is not a function of foundation;
a) To moisturise
b) To cover minor blemishes
c) To enhance the complexion
d) To cover major blemishes – Answer
When you have revised a particular section, for example, waxing, take about 200 waxing questions and divide them up between each day of one week. Learn them each day and at the end of that week you can test yourself on what you have covered. This may seem like a lot of questions to revise but if you write them out on a sheet of paper or some information cards you can bring them with you and learn the questions throughout your day – when you are on your lunch, stuck in traffic, before you go to bed etc.
Continue this method for each section of your ITEC Beauty Specialist and you will soon be prepared for exam success.
Source by Karen L Quinn
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