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1 Assignment brief Qualification Unit code/title AM20530 VTCT Level 2 Certificate in Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy (VRQ) UV21582 Hair and beauty science Approved for use September 2015 August 2016 (VERSION 2 ISSUED 16 OCTOBER 2015) Date issued Final deadline Assessor Centres Guidance issue and administer the assignment brief to learners set the scenario/tasks within the brief to best suit the employment context of the local area, and the availability of, and access to resources read carefully and adhere to the controls specified in Section 3 of the Specification assess the tasks in the assignment brief against the grade descriptors presented in Section 8 of the Specification. Scenario Your school is delivering an exploring science event. This will include the application of science in hair and beauty. Your tutor has asked you to produce information resources and to carry out other activities for pupils and visitors attending the event. Copyright Vocational Training Charitable Trust 2015 UV21582 B [V2] /

2 Learning outcome 1 Understand the chemistry of hair and beauty products Task 1 Produce information material You have been asked to produce information material about the principles of chemistry in relation to hair and beauty products. You may present your findings in the format of your choosing. This may include a leaflet, presentation or poster. pass you List the ingredients in four hair and beauty products (Criterion 1b). You must include a minimum of two beauty products and two hair products: Beauty-based products skincare, make-up and depilatory products Hair-based products shampoos, conditioners, colorants, lotions, and styling products List the properties and functions for a total of three specific ingredients found in hair and beauty products (Criterion 1a). Of these three specific ingredients, a minimum of one ingredient must be found in a hair product and one in a beauty product. You must list your specific ingredients, identify the ingredient type (i.e. paraben, antioxidant) and detail its properties and functions. Ingredient type preservatives, parabens, mineral oils, antioxidants, gels, essential oils, fats and waxes, hydrogen peroxide, stabilisers, developers, oxidising agents, UV filters, humectants, colorants, emulsifiers, emollients, pigments and antiseptics Properties natural, manufactured, ph, fats and oil content, extracts, proteins, detergents and vitamins Functions preservation, antioxidants, soothing and healing, stimulating, antiseptic, astringent and moisturising Outline the effects of four products on the skin and hair (Criterion 1c). Of these four products, two must be beauty products and two must be hair products. Skin products cleansing, moisturising, exfoliating, nutrition, colour enhancing, smoothing, depilation and protection Hair products cleansing, moisturising, colouring, volumising, curling, straightening, styling, protection, nutrition merit you Describe the functions for a total of three ingredients found in hair and beauty products (Criterion M1). Of these three ingredients, a minimum of one ingredient must be found in a hair product and one in a beauty product. Copyright Vocational Training Charitable Trust 2015 UV21582 B [V2] /

3 distinction you Evaluate the chemical composition of two products (Criterion D1). Of these two products, one must be a hair product and one must be a beauty product. Copyright Vocational Training Charitable Trust 2015 UV21582 B [V2] /

4 Learning outcome 2 Know the anatomy of the hair and skin Task 2 Produce information material You have been asked to produce information material about the principles of anatomy, physiology of the skin and hair. You may present your findings in the format of your choosing. This may include a leaflet, presentation or poster. pass you Outline the basic structure of the skin (Criterion 2a). You must include the following information: Epidermis basal cell layer, prickle cell layer, granular layer, clear layer and horny layer Dermis collagen, elastin, fibroblasts, sweat glands, sensory nerve endings, hair, sebaceous gland, arrector pili muscle, blood and lymph supply and dermal papilla Hypodermis fat cells and loose connective tissue State the main skin characteristics of different skin types (Criterion 2b). You must include a minimum of two characteristics for each of the following skin types: Skin types oily skin, dry skin, dehydrated skin, sensitive skin, normal skin and combination skin Outline the basic structure of the hair (Criterion 2c). You must include the following information: hair follicle, dermal papillae, inner root sheath, outer root sheath, connective tissue sheath, medulla, cortex and cuticle State the main characteristics of different hair types (Criterion 2d). You must include a minimum of two characteristics for each of the following hair types: Hair types - normal hair, dandruff, dry hair, virgin hair, chemically damaged hair and environmentally-damaged hair merit you Describe the structure of the skin and a minimum of three different skin types and characteristics (Criterion M2). Describe the structure of the hair and a minimum of three different hair types and characteristics (Criterion M3). distinction you Explain how factors can affect the health and appearance of two different hair types and two different skin types (Criterion D2). Copyright Vocational Training Charitable Trust 2015 UV21582 B [V2] /

5 Learning outcome 3 Be able to define a formulation for a hair or beauty product Task 3 Produce a formulation for a hair or beauty product You have been asked to produce a formulation for the school to showcase your knowledge and understanding of hair and beauty products. pass you merit you distinction you Produce a formulation for one hair or beauty product of your choice and ensure that you choose the correct ingredients for the desired effect (Criterion 3a). You must include: the desired effects of the product on the skin and/or hair the ingredients to be included to achieve the desired effects on the skin or hair Describe the key principles used to combine ingredients to define your cosmetic product, and the benefits of your formulation for the given skin/hair type (Criterion M4). You must include: why specific ingredients were included and their properties and functions how the ingredients complement one another to bring about the desired effects on the skin or hair the specific benefits of the product for the given skin/hair type Justify the formulation devised for your cosmetic product including choice of ingredients and substances, in terms of compatibility, stability, preservation and effectiveness (Criterion D3). You must explain the reasons for your formulation and why specific ingredients have been included. You must also explain how you considered the following terms when choosing your ingredients: compatibility stability preservation effectiveness Copyright Vocational Training Charitable Trust 2015 UV21582 B [V2] /

6 CHECKLIST Use the checklist below to tick off criteria and indicate the grade achieved. PASS CRITERIA List the ingredients in four hair and beauty products (Criterion 1b). List the properties and functions for a total of three ingredients found in hair and beauty products (Criterion 1a). Outline the effects of four products on the skin and hair (Criterion 1c). Outline the basic structure of the skin (Criterion 2a). State the main skin characteristics of different skin types (Criterion 2b). Outline the basic structure of the hair (Criterion 2c). State the main characteristics of different hair types (Criterion 2d). Produce a formulation for one hair or beauty product of your choice and ensure that you choose the correct ingredients for the desired effect (Criterion 3a). ALL PASS CRITERIA ACHIEVED Tick MERIT CRITERIA Describe the functions for a total of three ingredients found in hair and beauty products (Criterion M1). Describe the structure of the skin and a minimum of three different skin types and characteristics (Criterion M2). Describe the structure of the hair and a minimum of three different hair types and characteristics (Criterion M3). Describe the key principles used to combine ingredients to define your cosmetic product, and the benefits of your formulation for the given skin/hair type (Criterion M4). ALL PASS CRITERIA ACHIEVED Tick DISTINCTION CRITERIA Evaluate the chemical composition of two products (Criterion D1). Explain how factors can affect the health and appearance of two different hair types and two different skin types (Criterion D2). Justify the formulation devised for your cosmetic product including choice of ingredients and substances, in terms of compatibility, stability, preservation and effectiveness (Criterion D3). ALL PASS CRITERIA ACHIEVED Tick GRADE ACHIEVED Copyright Vocational Training Charitable Trust 2015 UV21582 B [V2] /

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