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Grooming PPT Frankfinn

  1. 1. Name : Harsh Soni Course : AHTM Batch : AC4
  2. 2. I Sincerely thanks to frankfinn institute of airhostess training for giving me such a great opportunity. I also extend my hearty thanks to Mrs .Nausheen Khan for her Constant support and guidance that has encouraged me to complete this assignment. Last but not the least I thank God Almighty for His love and care.
  3. 3. Content•Introduction. •Acknowledgement. •Content. •Grooming •The personal qualities requires for working in the aviation and hospitality industries. •Personal grooming treatment. •Skin Types. •Hair Types. •Attire. •Accessories. •Makeup. •Health ,Diet Chart. •Optimum height-weight ratio. •Types of exercises. • Focus areas/Estimated time span. •Why do you think it’s important to present yourself as a professional in an interview? •Conclusion.
  4. 4. •Grooming is very important for creating good image. •For enhancement of outer appearance. •Important in facing the interview. •It is the theme of our professional personality. •Further it is very important in our career like in aviation and hospitality field.
  5. 5. The personal qualities required for working in aviation and hospitality field: Pleasing personality. Self confidence. Correct body posture. Communication skill. Good grooming. Positive attitude. Time manager.
  6. 6. •A pleasing personality is achieved by cultivating desirable qualities while avoiding unbecoming habits. • A positive attitude, flexibility in dealing with different people or situations and sincerity in relationships will endear others to you. •A pleasing personality can be of great benefit in one's
  7. 7. Doing what you believe to be right, even if others mock or criticize you for it. Admitting your mistakes, and learning from them.
  8. 8. •A person body language is the graph of its personality. •The characteristics of correct body posture is that which connect enthusiasm , confidence , alertness and well-being.
  9. 9. •Being able to communicate effectively is the most important of all life skills •Communication is the most important thing in any organization.
  10. 10. •In this industry of aviation and hospitality grooming is very important. •Grooming affects the factors like wearing formal clothes , make-up’s , physical fitness and personal hygiene. Example : Grooming also reflects the personality of the person. Well groomed
  11. 11. •It is saying that if you value time , time will value you. •The time is precious in everywhere. •Our timing and punctuality is very important and even it shows what value we are paying towards that thing.
  12. 12. • First I wash up my face with cold water in morning. • And then I have warm water with lime and honey. • I go for a walk for half an hour. • After coming from a walk ,I brush my teeth and take bath. • After taking my bath I have my breakfast which is suitable for my diet. • Then I get ready for my work. • Then in afternoon I come to Frankfinn and after leaving from Frankfinn I go home and have some snacks at home.
  13. 13. 1.Normal Skin 2.Dry Skin 3.Oily Skin 4.Combination Skin 5.Sensitive Skin To determine your type, use a simple test with a clean facial tissue (or paper) to wipe your face in the morning, when you have just woken up:
  14. 14. • If your skin belongs to a normal type, the tissue will not reveal any traces of oil. Your skin should feel vibrant, elastic, and supple. • It looks clean and smooth and has a good circulation and healthy complexion. Even with a minimum care, it will look good well into your advanced age. • This type of skin has a clear , fine textures , supple and smooth surface which is neither greasy nor dry.
  15. 15. Dry Skin • If your skin is dry, the paper will be clean, too, but your face skin will feel flaky, dry, and tight after you have wiped it. • Dry Skin can easily develop a sallow tone, wrinkles, and fine pores, and it is very prone to aging and irritating. • It might still look great on a young person, but, to keep it healthy, you should apply thorough care and use regular skin or beauty treatment with natural masks and moisturizers.
  16. 16. Oily Skin • If your have oily skin, the paper will have spots of facial oil on it, corresponding to the areas of your cheeks, nose, and forehead. • It usually looks greasy, thick, coarse, and shiny, has enlarged pores, and tends to break into acne. • A good thing, though, is that oily skin is not prone much to aging and wrinkling. Careful cleaning, minimizing of carbohydrate consumption, and avoiding rich creams can be helpful in improving the quality of oily skin.
  17. 17. Combination Skin • If your skin is combination , the tissue will have traces of oil coming from your nose and forehead, but will be clean in the areas that touched your cheeks. • Combination skin has patches of both dry and oily skin, and it requires different types of care in relation to particular facial areas. • Dry zones, which are usually located on the cheeks and around the eyes, should be treated with rich creams and moisturizers, while oily areas, usually on the forehead and nose, will benefit from frequent and thorough cleaning.
  18. 18. Sensitive Skin • Sensitive skin is usually very dry, tends to feel tight, and becomes inflamed and irritated easily. • Typically, sensitive skin develops reddish and scaly areas, can be itchy and tingly, and is prone to breaking into spots. • It is the most problematic and fragile type of skin, which needs a very special type of care.
  19. 19. • I have an oily skin . • My skin is shiny and thick due to oily skin. • I have an occasional acne and black heads. • For my type I apply cleansing milk with plenty of hot water and soap to prevent the pores from being clogged. • Half an hour before taking bath I apply half teaspoon each of lime and cucumber juice mixed together on my face. My skin type
  20. 20. Types of Hair 1.Normal Hair 2.Oily Hair 3.Dry Hair 4.Combination Hair
  21. 21. •Normal hair is neither greasy nor dry. •Normal hair holds its style and look most of the time perfect. Normal Hair •Oily hair are very greasy which accumulate oil on your hair and scalp. •Oily hair basically looks very sticky. Oily Hair
  22. 22. •Dry hair don’t have enough moisture and oil to maintain its normal texture. •Dry hair are basically very rough textured. Very difficult to comb. Dry Hair Combination Hair•Combination hair are neither greasy nor dry. •It looks like normal hair , overly porous. •Difficult to comb in wet hair and dry hair.
  23. 23. • I have a combination hair. • Combination is the normal and dry hair. • I use frizz control product to stop frizzy hair. • A good hair cut is very important to control combination hair. • I also use a deep conditioner at least once a week. • I shampoo alternative days. • I don’t use comb in wet hair. My hair type:-
  24. 24. Attire The standard dress code in a business formal environment is a full matching business suit, including a jacket and dress pants or a dress skirt. The darker the suit, the more formal!
  25. 25. •In addition to matching pants and jacket, men should wear a button-up collared shirt, paired with a tie. Refrain from wearing bold and bright colours or patterns in dress shirts; white, beige or light blue are “safe” colours for collared shirts. • Choose a tie with colours and tones that match your suit and dress shirt; bolder colours and patterns are acceptable for ties. Some men choose to wear a three-piece suit, in which case the vest colour and material match the jacket and slacks. For Men(Formal)
  26. 26. A dress pant or skirt with matching jacket is considered business formal for women. Depending on the season, jackets may be ¾ length or short sleeve. A crop pant suit is also suitable, however the pant should hit mid-calf and this style is not recommended in an interview setting. Skirts should always sit at or just above the knee. A collared blouse or dress- material top is recommended, and should either be tucked in or fall just below your waistline. Tops should never hang below the hem of your suit jacket, or be so short that they show your stomach. Always be cautious that dress shirts are not too revealing in any business setting. For Women(Formal)
  27. 27. Casual Wear •Seasonal sport coat or blazer with slacks or khakis •Dress shirt with optional tie, or casual button-down shirt •Open-collar or polo shirt •Loafers or loafer-style shoes and socks For Men For Women •Skirt, khakis or pants •Open-collar shirt, knit shir or sweater (no spaghetti straps or decolleté) •Casual-style dress
  28. 28. Casual Wear
  29. 29. Accessories Depending on the colour or tone of your suit, a black or brown belt should be worn. Coloured or white belts are not recommended. Never wear white socks with a suit. Dress socks should always be worn, preferably in a tone matching your suit and shoes. When in doubt, wear black dress socks. Optional accessories for men include cufflinks or a pocket-square. The material should match the tie. If desired, women may wear simple and tasteful jewelry; chunky and/or bright
  30. 30. Accessories For Men
  31. 31. Accessories For Women
  32. 32. Makeup These should be in good taste, with limited visible body piercing. Makeup should be used minimally to represent a natural look.
  33. 33. Start with a clean face. Do your regular skincare regimen, or follow these tips: •Exfoliate. Wash your face with a gentle exfoliant, and rub slowly in a circular motion with warm water to remove dead skin cells. Rinse and pat (don't rub) dry with a towel. Step 1 •Moisturize. Apply moisturizer with a sunscreen that has an SPF of 15 or higher to your face and neck. Allow the moisturizer to absorb into your skin before proceeding to the next step. •Wet a cosmetic pad or cotton ball with toner, and pat it lightly on your skin. Toner is meant to restore the skin to its natural pH level and remove any remaining dirt or dry skin cells. How to Apply Makeup as a man
  34. 34. Step 2 Apply liquid base foundation (optional). If you have a lot of area to cover, find a liquid foundation that's as close as possible to your natural skin tone. Use your fingers or a cosmetic sponge to apply a light layer all over your face. •Note that if you're going to do this step, it's best to be clean-shaven - little bits of makeup will really stick out on stubble Use concealer. When you're shopping for concealer, test it on the veins on your inner wrist, and buy the one that covers them the most naturally. Here's how to apply it to your face: •Hide dark circles. Using small strokes, apply concealer under your lower lashes and between the inner corner of your eyes and your nose. Let it dry halfway, then use your fingers to rub it in. •Conceal blemishes by going around the base of the blemish in small strokes, then covering the top. Make sure the edges are blended well. Step 3
  35. 35. Step 4 Set your concealer. Lightly load a small brush with loose powder that's as close as possible to your skin tone. Gently pat the powder over every area where you used concealer. Step 5Powder the rest of your face (optional). Use a powder puff or a slightly larger brush to apply powder to the areas of your face that tend to get oily. Focus primarily on your T-zone - that is, your forehead, nose and chin. These are the areas that tend to be oiliest in most people. Step 6 Remove your makeup every night before bed. Leaving makeup on overnight is not good for your skin. At the end of the day, wash your face again to remove makeup. Finish by using moisturizer. Use a richer moisturizer at night if you have dry skin.
  36. 36. Suitable diet chart for a week:- MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN BREAKFAST TEA, BREAD & BUTTER MILK CORNFLAK ES MILK TOAST COFFEE BISCUITS JUICE SANDWIC HES TEA PARATHAS TEA BOILED – MOONG LUNCH CHAPATTI SALAD SABJI RAJMA DAL RICE CHAPPATI CURD RICE SABJI CHAPPATI SALAD DAL CHAPPATI RICE RICE DAL CHAPPATI CURD RICE SNACKS FRUITS JUICE BREAD JAM JUICE BISCUITS JUICE NOODLE PASTA JUICE JUICE TEA BREAD BUTTER COFFEE TOASTS DINNER VEGETABL E SALAD SPROUTED BEANS FRUITS JUICE DESSETS FRUITS DESSERTS NOODLES DESSERTS KADHI PULAV PIZZA COKE
  37. 37. • Some proper diet will help me to lose my weight. • I have stopped eating junk foods and soft drinks. • It helps me to reduce my fat and burn calories. • A combination of proper diet will minimize my weight. JUSTIFICATION OF DIET CHART:
  38. 38. Height And Weight Ratio Chart
  39. 39. • My height :- 167 cm • My weight :- 67 kg • Actual weight :- 59 kg I am overweight by 8 kg. I have to decrease my weight to the actual weight. Optimum height-weight ratio :-
  40. 40. • Walking :- on the toe , 120 minutes a day to lose weight. • Cycling :- Do cycling every evening to lose weight. • Yoga :- This help me to reduce my excessive fat present on my stomach. • Aerobics. • Jogging for 15 mins. • Stretching exercises. Types of exercises:-
  41. 41. • I want to decrease my weight by 8 Kgs and want to tone my stomach and extra fat from my body. • I want to absorb the fat from stomach portion. • Do cycling and exercises to reduce weight. • Proper diet is also needed to reduce my weight. • Junk foods and soft drinks should me avoided to reduce my weight. Estimated time span :- • I will decrease my weight with a estimated time span of 3 to 8 months on the basis of 2 to 3kgs every month. • I will follow suitable diet chart and exercise to reduce my 5 kg weight. Focus area / Estimated time span : -
  42. 42. • It is very important to present yourself as professional because the company has to be convinced that you are mature. • I will not damage the reputation of the company if I am selected. • The first impression is the last impression. • The world takes you seriously when you are well-groomed. • A well groomed personality speaks value about your character. Why do you think it is important to present yourself as a professional in an interview .?
  43. 43. I am very thankful to the Frankfinn institute for giving me the opportunity to learn how to be groom well and to develop personality , communication skill and well mannered and to respect time. I have learned how to maintain and improve skin , hair and to be well groomed. I am extremely thankful to our grooming teacher , our guidance ,our support Mrs. Nausheen Khan , to make us learn how to groom well. I thank you for making me learn all this . Conclusion:-
  44. 44. Bibliography A.www.google.com B.www.emilypost.com C.http://cbcd.degroote.mcmaster.ca D.www.allwomenstalk.com E.www.mensmake-up.co.uk F.www.wikihow.com

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