Batch: L1
INTRODUCTION         This assignment is all aboutGROOMING. It includes basic caringof skin, hair, nails & oral care. Thewa...
CONTENTS What is Grooming? Personal Qualities required for working in Aviation    & Hospitality Industries.   Personali...
WHAT IS GROOMING? Good grooming is a way of taking care of  your body like proper standing, proper  wearing of clothes, p...
PERSONAL QUALITIES REQUIREDFOR WORKING IN THE AVIATION& HOSPITALITY INDUSTRIES Personality          Persistence Honesty...
PERSONALITY Personality is the sum total  of our outer personality &   inner qualities. Personality development states  ...
HONESTY & DISCIPLINE Workplace honesty is an  important foundation for the   professional success of an   individual or a...
RATIONALITY "Rationality" is defined as   the quality or state of being   rational & its closely linked   to the concept ...
POSITIVE ATTITUDE Positive attitude is very important as  it will make our life easier. Those who have positive attitude...
KNOWLEDGE Knowledge is a familiarity with someone or  something, which can include information,  facts, descriptions, or ...
INTELLIGENCE Intelligence has been defined in different ways, including the abilities for abstract thought, understanding...
GOOD TIME MANAGEMENT There is a saying that if you value time,  time will value you. Good time management is very precio...
PERSISTENCE Persistence is consistency,  steadiness & its continuing  even in adverse circumstances  failing, learning & ...
CONFIDENCE A lack of confidence can undermine your efforts and your dreams in ways that you might not even suspect. Lack...
PATIENCE Patience is the ability   to stay calm & to adjust   quickly when plans are   thwarted is a necessary   tool in ...
PUNCTUALITY The definition of punctuality is the action  of being on time. Punctuality revolves around responsibility,  ...
EYE CONTACT Eye contact is a form of   non verbal communication  and is thought to have a large  influence on social beha...
COMMUNICATION SKILL The importance of communication skills in  the workplace lies in the fact that you will  be working w...
PERSONAL GROOMING          TREATMENTSGROOMING      Grooming is the art of self-presentation & sum total of person’s appear...
DEFINITIONPHYSICAL GROOMING                 It consists of your appearance which is categorized by the quality of your ski...
TECHNIQUES OF GROOMING Overall Cleanliness Skin Care Hair Care Nail Care Oral Care Dressing Accessories Healthy Fo...
OVERALL CLEANLINESS Overall cleanliness is really  important, just as critical as anything anywhere in this section. Be ...
DAILY SKIN CARE     A daily skin care regimen should include:• Cleanse• Exfoliate• Tone• Moisturize• Protect
CLEANSE A good cleaning twice a day  to remove all the gunk like  make-up, pollutants and just  plain dirt that ends up o...
EXFOLIATE Dead surface skin cells give  your skin a dull look. Exfoliation will keep these  dead cells to a minimum.  It...
TONE A good toner is essential to refine pores and tone the skin. Toner should be used each day after cleansing. You sh...
MOISTURIZEMoisturizers help keep yourskin cells hydrated, makingyour skin appear softer andmore youthful so be sure tomois...
PROTECT Your skin needs daily protection from the  sun and environmental pollution. A good foundation with an SPF factor...
DAILY HAIR CARE Brush your hair. Wash your hair(Depends on hair type &  texture).   Includes shampoo & conditioning tips...
NAIL CARE Feed Your Nails With Good Nutrition.Deficiencies in the B-complex vitamins cancause ridged nail beds, and a lack...
MANICURE A professional manicure  is a real treat. A manicure treatment is  not only a treatment for  the natural nails ...
PEDICURE A pedicure is a way to improve  the appearance of the feet and  the nails. Pedicure refers to superficial  cosm...
ORAL CARE Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the    most important things you can do for your    teeth and gums.   ...
DRESSING Choose comfortable clothing  that suit your taste for fashion. What you need is  self-confidence & common  sens...
ACCESSORIES Accessories should be kept  minimal specially for the  employees working in  aviation & hospitality sectors....
HEALTHY FOOD The term health food is  generally used to describe foods that are considered to be beneficial to health, be...
FITNESS Physical fitness comprises two related  concepts:         - General Fitness         - Specific Fitness Physical ...
TECHNIQUES TO IMPROVE &MAINTAIN CONDITION OF SKIN Knowing your skin type is absolutely necessary in order to make a right...
TYPES OF SKIN Normal Skin Dry Skin Oily Skin Combination Skin Sensitive Skin
NORMAL SKIN Normal skin should feel vibrant, elastic, and supple. It is the least problematic type. It looks clean and s...
DRY SKIN If your skin is dry, your skin  will feel flaky, dry, and tight  after you have wiped it. Dry skin can easily d...
OILY SKIN Oily skin is problematic – it usually looks  greasy, thick, coarse, and shiny, has  enlarged pores, and tends t...
COMBINATION SKIN Combination skin has patches of both dry and oily skin, and it requires different types of care in relat...
SENSITIVE SKIN Sensitive skin is usually very dry, tends to  feel tight, and becomes inflamed and  irritated easily. It ...
TAKING CARE OF OILY            SKIN My skin type is oily. It usually has a lot of shine to it very soon  after cleansing...
TREATMENTS FOR             OILY           SKIN Cleanser Toner Medicated Pads Blotting Paper Masks & Clays Moisturize...
CLEANSER Cleansing your face in the morning and at night is the single most effective way to manage oily skin. Always us...
TONER Apply toners only on oily areas of the skin, such as the forehead, nose, and chin. Avoid using them on areas that ...
MEDICATED PADS Use medicated pads withsalicylic acid, glycolic acid, orother oil-cutting acidingredients. You can carry ...
BLOTTING PAPERS Cosmetic blotting papers offer agreat option for removing oilbecause they don’t dry out yourskin. Don’t ...
MASKS & CLAYS Applying masks and clays to the skin helps  draw out oils and cleanses pores. Apply them only to problem a...
MOISTURIZERS People who have oily skin often steer clear of moisturizers, worryingthat they’ll make their skin look even ...
OIL-FREE SUNSCREEN Protecting skin from ultraviolet radiation is  absolutely essential. There are a variety of new oil-f...
ADAPT YOUR FACIAL REGIMEN How oily your skin looks canvary season by season, week byweek, even day by day. Oil productio...
TECHNIQUES TO IMPROVE  & MAINTAIN CONDITION         OF HAIRTypes of Hair: Dry Hair Oily Hair Normal Hair Combination H...
DRY HAIR Dry hair is due to inactive oilglands. It is also caused by other factorslike over exposure to the sun, usingha...
OILY HAIR This is due to the over secretion of oil.  Hence the scalp and hair gets too oily. Oily hair is easily recogni...
NORMAL HAIR This is the most ideal hair. It is shining, well balancedand does not dry out. To maintain this idealcondit...
COMBINATION HAIR Combination type andnormal type hairs are a bitmore difficult to identify. If your head is oily andyour...
TREATMENTS FOR OILY            HAIR My hair type is Oily. Go for daily washing of your hair. A gentle shampoo must be u...
DIET CHART OF A WEEK          MON         TUE        WED       THUR         FRI        SAT      SUNDAYBREAK-    Milk      ...
OPTIMUM HEIGHT-WEIGHT           RATIO My Height    :   159 cm My Weight    : 55 kg Actual Weight     : 51 kg Overweigh...
TYPES OF EXERCISES Jogging You can burn as many as 11.5 calories per minute of jogging Skipping You can burn as many as ...
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TOPRESENT YOURSELF AS APROFESSIONAL IN AN INTERVIEW? How you dress says a great deal about you. The ...
CONCLUSIONIn Grooming assignment I have learnt that Grooming is most important aspect to get in  aviation & hospitality se...
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTI am very thankful for the strong support &  guidance provided to me by my Grooming                   facul...
THANK YOU
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  1. 1. Batch: L1
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION This assignment is all aboutGROOMING. It includes basic caringof skin, hair, nails & oral care. Theway one should groom herself atprofessional level, taking care ofone’s health & choosing the rightproducts according to one’s type!!
  3. 3. CONTENTS What is Grooming? Personal Qualities required for working in Aviation & Hospitality Industries. Personality grooming treatments. Techniques of Grooming. Techniques to improve & maintain conditions of skin. Techniques to improve & maintain conditions of hair. Diet chart Optimum Height-Weight Ratio. Exercises Conclusion Acknowledgement
  4. 4. WHAT IS GROOMING? Good grooming is a way of taking care of your body like proper standing, proper wearing of clothes, proper seating, etc. people can tell if you are a good grooming person or not because it shows in your attitude. Grooming in humans typically includes bathroom activities such as primping: washing and cleaning the hair, combing it to extract tangles, and styling.
  5. 5. PERSONAL QUALITIES REQUIREDFOR WORKING IN THE AVIATION& HOSPITALITY INDUSTRIES Personality  Persistence Honesty & Discipline  Confidence Rationality  Patient Positive Attitude  Punctuality Knowledge  Eye Contact Intelligence  Communication Skill Good Time Management
  6. 6. PERSONALITY Personality is the sum total of our outer personality & inner qualities. Personality development states growth in personal nature, character or persona, progress, make up. Personality helps us to improve our versatility. It helps us to set an objective on basis of who we are & what we have.
  7. 7. HONESTY & DISCIPLINE Workplace honesty is an important foundation for the professional success of an individual or a company. Discipline in the workplace is the means by which supervisory personnel correct behavioural deficiencies and ensure adherence to established company rules.
  8. 8. RATIONALITY "Rationality" is defined as the quality or state of being rational & its closely linked to the concept of truth. Rationality is the central forces that shape urban as well as other types of policy and planning.
  9. 9. POSITIVE ATTITUDE Positive attitude is very important as it will make our life easier. Those who have positive attitude will treat any problem as a challenge.
  10. 10. KNOWLEDGE Knowledge is a familiarity with someone or something, which can include information, facts, descriptions, or skills acquired through experience or education. It can refer to the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject.
  11. 11. INTELLIGENCE Intelligence has been defined in different ways, including the abilities for abstract thought, understanding, communication, reasoning, learning, retaining, planning, and problem solving.
  12. 12. GOOD TIME MANAGEMENT There is a saying that if you value time, time will value you. Good time management is very precious in this industry. Our timing & punctuality shows important character of us.
  13. 13. PERSISTENCE Persistence is consistency, steadiness & its continuing even in adverse circumstances failing, learning & doing again & again until one succeeds in the Endeavour. Its not only a thought, it’s the habit of taking action.
  14. 14. CONFIDENCE A lack of confidence can undermine your efforts and your dreams in ways that you might not even suspect. Lacking confidence can prevent you from becoming who you want to be.
  15. 15. PATIENCE Patience is the ability to stay calm & to adjust quickly when plans are thwarted is a necessary tool in every individual’s repertoire of coping skills.
  16. 16. PUNCTUALITY The definition of punctuality is the action of being on time. Punctuality revolves around responsibility, commitment, and the seriousness with which you take.
  17. 17. EYE CONTACT Eye contact is a form of non verbal communication and is thought to have a large influence on social behaviour. It shows your interest towards the communication between you & the other person.
  18. 18. COMMUNICATION SKILL The importance of communication skills in the workplace lies in the fact that you will be working with other people. Whether you’re a paper-pusher, industrial worker, executive and everything in between communication is a part of your job.
  19. 19. PERSONAL GROOMING TREATMENTSGROOMING Grooming is the art of self-presentation & sum total of person’s appearance & attitude. It includes body language, confidence, social & dinning etiquettes, smart planning & good management skills.TYPES OF GROOMINGThere are 2 types of Grooming: Physical Grooming Meta-Physical Grooming
  20. 20. DEFINITIONPHYSICAL GROOMING It consists of your appearance which is categorized by the quality of your skin, hair, hygiene, power of dressing, make-up etiquettes etc. So it is an external beauty.META-PHYSICAL GROOMING It consists of projecting certain attributes of one’s personality. One must appear elegant, confident, easy going without casuals.
  21. 21. TECHNIQUES OF GROOMING Overall Cleanliness Skin Care Hair Care Nail Care Oral Care Dressing Accessories Healthy Food Fitness
  22. 22. OVERALL CLEANLINESS Overall cleanliness is really important, just as critical as anything anywhere in this section. Be clean when you go out, even for job & be clean even when you are not working.
  23. 23. DAILY SKIN CARE A daily skin care regimen should include:• Cleanse• Exfoliate• Tone• Moisturize• Protect
  24. 24. CLEANSE A good cleaning twice a day to remove all the gunk like make-up, pollutants and just plain dirt that ends up on your face. A deep cleansing facial foam is highly recommended to make sure that every speck of dirt will be removed, even from the deepest pores.
  25. 25. EXFOLIATE Dead surface skin cells give your skin a dull look. Exfoliation will keep these dead cells to a minimum. It’s best to exfoliate 2 to 3 times a week.
  26. 26. TONE A good toner is essential to refine pores and tone the skin. Toner should be used each day after cleansing. You should also use a toner after removing a mask. As an added benefit, your toner will help remove any stray makeup or dirt which may have been missed by the cleanser.
  27. 27. MOISTURIZEMoisturizers help keep yourskin cells hydrated, makingyour skin appear softer andmore youthful so be sure tomoisturize after everycleansing, both in the morningand before bed at night.
  28. 28. PROTECT Your skin needs daily protection from the sun and environmental pollution. A good foundation with an SPF factor of at least 15 will help provide a barrier between your face and the world and help protect it from damage.
  29. 29. DAILY HAIR CARE Brush your hair. Wash your hair(Depends on hair type & texture). Includes shampoo & conditioning tips. Apply hair styling products. Protect your hair. Style your hair. Brush your hair again at night. Secure your hair at night.
  30. 30. NAIL CARE Feed Your Nails With Good Nutrition.Deficiencies in the B-complex vitamins cancause ridged nail beds, and a lack ofcalcium can result in brittle, dry nails thatchip and flake easily.
  31. 31. MANICURE A professional manicure is a real treat. A manicure treatment is not only a treatment for the natural nails but also for the hands. A manicure consists of filing, shaping of the free edge, treatments, massage of the hand and the application of polish.
  32. 32. PEDICURE A pedicure is a way to improve the appearance of the feet and the nails. Pedicure refers to superficial cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails. A pedicure can help prevent nail diseases and nail disorders.
  33. 33. ORAL CARE Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the most important things you can do for your teeth and gums. Brushing thoroughly twice a day and flossing daily. Eating a balanced diet and limiting snacks between meals. Using dental products that contain fluoride, including toothpaste. Regular visits to the dentist.
  34. 34. DRESSING Choose comfortable clothing that suit your taste for fashion. What you need is self-confidence & common sense in choosing your fashion statement.
  35. 35. ACCESSORIES Accessories should be kept minimal specially for the employees working in aviation & hospitality sectors. Over do of accessories can mess up the whole professional look.
  36. 36. HEALTHY FOOD The term health food is generally used to describe foods that are considered to be beneficial to health, beyond a normal healthy diet requiredfor human nutrition. It may also refer to functionalfoods for which a specific claim ofhealth benefits is made, such asthat consumption of the food mayprevent disease.
  37. 37. FITNESS Physical fitness comprises two related concepts: - General Fitness - Specific Fitness Physical fitness is generally achieved through correct nutrition, exercise, and enough rest.
  38. 38. TECHNIQUES TO IMPROVE &MAINTAIN CONDITION OF SKIN Knowing your skin type is absolutely necessary in order to make a right decision about a proper skin care or treatment, which is suitable for yourparticular skin needs. The initial quality, or type, of your skin is geneticallydetermined – meaning that you are born with it.
  39. 39. TYPES OF SKIN Normal Skin Dry Skin Oily Skin Combination Skin Sensitive Skin
  40. 40. NORMAL SKIN Normal skin should feel vibrant, elastic, and supple. It is the least problematic type. It looks clean and smooth and has a good circulation and healthy complexion.
  41. 41. DRY SKIN If your skin is dry, your 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.
  42. 42. OILY SKIN Oily skin is problematic – it usually looks greasy, thick, coarse, and shiny, has enlarged pores, and tends to break into acne. Oily skin is not prone much to aging and wrinkling.
  43. 43. COMBINATION SKIN 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(cheeks & around the eyes), should be treated with rich creams & moisturizers. Oily areas(forehead & nose), will benefit from frequent and thorough cleaning.
  44. 44. SENSITIVE SKIN Sensitive skin is usually very dry, tends to feel tight, and becomes inflamed and irritated easily. It is the most problematic and fragile type of skin, which needs a very special type of care.
  45. 45. TAKING CARE OF OILY SKIN My skin type is oily. It usually has a lot of shine to it very soon after cleansing and the pores are generally slightly enlarged. Oily skin tends to attract more dirt than dry skin. So wash your face twice a day with a gentle non-foaming cleanser and warm water. Use an alcohol-free, hydrating toner to help remove additional residue.
  46. 46. TREATMENTS FOR OILY SKIN Cleanser Toner Medicated Pads Blotting Paper Masks & Clays Moisturizers Oil-free Sunscreen Adapt Your Facial Regimen
  47. 47. CLEANSER Cleansing your face in the morning and at night is the single most effective way to manage oily skin. Always use a gentle cleanser, since harsh soaps can trigger the skin to increase oil production. The cleanser that I use is Cetaphil Cleansing Lotion.
  48. 48. TONER Apply toners only on oily areas of the skin, such as the forehead, nose, and chin. Avoid using them on areas that tend to be dry or you’re likely tocreate dry patches on your skin. The toner which I use is DaburGulabari. It suits every skintype.
  49. 49. MEDICATED PADS Use medicated pads withsalicylic acid, glycolic acid, orother oil-cutting acidingredients. You can carry them in your purse and use them on the runto freshen up your skin andremove excess oil.
  50. 50. BLOTTING PAPERS Cosmetic blotting papers offer agreat option for removing oilbecause they don’t dry out yourskin. Don’t scrub your skin with thesheet of blotting paper. Simply press it against the oily area long enough to allow it toabsorb oil, usually 15 to 20 seconds. Some blotting papers are lightly powdered, which further reduces shine.
  51. 51. MASKS & CLAYS Applying masks and clays to the skin helps draw out oils and cleanses pores. Apply them only to problem areas. Use them only occasionally.
  52. 52. MOISTURIZERS People who have oily skin often steer clear of moisturizers, worryingthat they’ll make their skin look even shinier. Even oily skin needs to bemoisturized to look its best. Useoil-free moisturizer. The water based moisturizer that I use is Cetaphil Moisturising Lotion. Vary the amount you apply depending on whether the area tends to be dry or oily.
  53. 53. OIL-FREE SUNSCREEN Protecting skin from ultraviolet radiation is absolutely essential. There are a variety of new oil-free products have been developed for oily skin. The latest innovation: facial powders laced with SPF protection.
  54. 54. ADAPT YOUR FACIAL REGIMEN How oily your skin looks canvary season by season, week byweek, even day by day. Oil production is influenced by hormones, by mood, even bythe weather. It’s important to be aware ofhow your skin varies so that youcan adjust your regimenaccordingly.
  55. 55. TECHNIQUES TO IMPROVE & MAINTAIN CONDITION OF HAIRTypes of Hair: Dry Hair Oily Hair Normal Hair Combination Hair
  56. 56. DRY HAIR Dry hair is due to inactive oilglands. It is also caused by other factorslike over exposure to the sun, usingharsh shampoo and chemicaltreatment. Accumulated oil, block the poresnot allowing the oil to flow on to thesurface. Dry hair would need plenty ofnourishment.
  57. 57. OILY HAIR This is due to the over secretion of oil. Hence the scalp and hair gets too oily. Oily hair is easily recognizable. It looks greasy even after shampooing and attracts more dirt. The oily hair needs to be washed every alternate days.
  58. 58. NORMAL HAIR This is the most ideal hair. It is shining, well balancedand does not dry out. To maintain this idealcondition a well balanceddiet and proper care is essential.
  59. 59. COMBINATION HAIR Combination type andnormal type hairs are a bitmore difficult to identify. If your head is oily andyour hair ends are dry,you most likely have acombination hair type.
  60. 60. TREATMENTS FOR OILY HAIR My hair type is Oily. Go for daily washing of your hair. A gentle shampoo must be usedwhich adds volume to the hair. The shampoo that I use is LOREAL TOTAL REPAIR. Avoid using a conditioner if yourhair is too oily. Re-establish your diet chart. Avoidfatty and greasy foods. Do not use a hair gloss gel or shininghair care products.
  61. 61. DIET CHART OF A WEEK MON TUE WED THUR FRI SAT SUNDAYBREAK- Milk Milk Milk Milk Sprouted Milk Juice FAST Bread Cornflak Toast Biscuits beans Bread Sandwich Jam es HoneyBRUNC Noodles Soup Idli Salad Upma Sandwich DosaHLUNCH Chapatti Rice, Dal Chapatti Rice Chapatti Rice Friedrice Curry Salad Cholay Rajma Dal fry Curry Paneer Salad Curd Salad Curd Salad Salad Salad CurdSUPPER Sprouted Pasta Fruit Noodles Bread Coffee Burger/ beans juice Jam Biscuits Pizza/ MomosDINNER Parantha Chapatti Boiled Aloo Milk Noodles Desserts Curry Paneer pulses & parantha Cornflak Salad es
  62. 62. OPTIMUM HEIGHT-WEIGHT RATIO My Height : 159 cm My Weight : 55 kg Actual Weight : 51 kg Overweight : 4 kg
  63. 63. TYPES OF EXERCISES Jogging You can burn as many as 11.5 calories per minute of jogging Skipping You can burn as many as 400 calories in 10 minutes of skippingrope. Yoga Yoga for weight loss is a very gentle way to stretch and tone the body and makes it
  64. 64. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TOPRESENT YOURSELF AS APROFESSIONAL IN AN INTERVIEW? How you dress says a great deal about you. The first impression is the last impression. A well groomed personality speaks value about your character. You should look like the people that do the job. If you are hoping to be hired to do something professional, you should look like professional. A person can accept you or reject you in the first 30 seconds, based on appearance alone.
  65. 65. CONCLUSIONIn Grooming assignment I have learnt that Grooming is most important aspect to get in aviation & hospitality sectors. We should Groom to look good, to look how we think we should look, to feel good & to attract people. Most importantly we Groom to be a part of the society because our appearance says a lot!!!
  66. 66. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTI am very thankful for the strong support & guidance provided to me by my Grooming faculty Mrs. JAYEETI SAHA, who guided me for the care & maintenance of my skin, hair & personality. I am also grateful to my PARENTS & to FRANKFINN Institute & also to my FRIENDS who guided me to complete this assignment.
  67. 67. THANK YOU

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