The Art & Science of Beauty Therapy is an indispensable reference for beauty therapists, providing up to the minute guidance for Level 2 qualifications and including full coverage of Facial Electrical treatments.
Each treatment is explained using insights and practical advice from a team of industry experts, and the book clearly illustrates the personal qualities and professional skills that make a successful beauty specialist.
Inside The Art & Science of Beauty Therapy you will find step-by-step photo sequences and helpful diagrams. There are checklists, key points and topic summaries. You will also find anatomy and physiology for easy understanding.
You will learn: the ways of being professional, the anatomy and physiology of the face, head and neck, skin and eye treatments, how to use make up, manicures and pedicures, depilation, cosmetic science, and the science of electrical treatments.
This textbook is supported by eLearning resources giving hours of engaging learning time. You can go online for treatment videos, animated content, and to test your knowledge with question that will inspire study and help you prepare for assessment.
The Art & Science of Beauty Therapy is a complete guide for beauty specialists.
About the Authors
Jane Foulston is the Chief Executive of ITEC and has been working in the beauty industry for over 28 years. She has edited many bestselling textbooks. Jane has always had a passion for education and the need to provide the highest standards of education in the beauty and spa industry.
Fae Major has worked in the beauty therapy industry for 23 years. Her experience has included working for Steiner’s, alternative medicine clinics as well as private beauty salons in the UK and Barbados. Fae has 15 years’ teaching experience and as a result became a practical examiner for ITEC in 1992. As well as continuing to examine, Fae is currently working for ITEC as part of the Qualifications Development team.
Marguerite Wynne began her career in one of London’s foremost beauty salons and went onto teach in the College of Beauty Therapy in London. Subsequently she owned her own salon and school in Buckinghamshire and at the same time worked as Chief Examiner for ITEC. In 2005 Marguerite was appointed Education Manager for ITEC where she now monitors the standards and consistency of ITEC examinations.