I am really thankful to my Grooming
“Mrs. Jaylene Hardy” Who worked a
lot to bring me as a Professional, I
once again thank my Frankfinn
Institute to give such a wonderful
trainer to train me in Grooming &
Hygiene, Also my honest thanks to
our Training Coordinator and all my
Personal qualities required for working in the
Aviation and the Hospitality industry .
Personal Grooming treatments , Products ,
Techniques to improve and maintain the
condition of Skin and Hair .
Weekly menu for weight management , Plan
and concept of Diet .
The factors required to present a
Professional image at the time of interview .
Learner's Personality with reference to
personal Grooming .
Skills audit of Strengths and Weakness .
Curriculum Vitae .
Personal Qualities Required
For Working in the Aviation
and Hospitality industry
Good Body Language
Mingle with everyone
Good Communication Skill
Readiness in any situation
Being as self sufficient as possible.
Having and making good use of common sense.
Being able to make up your mind and make a choice.
Being able to improvise.
Being adaptable to the situation; to make a good thing out
of a bad thing.
Remaining cool, calm, and collected.
Hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst.
Being prepared to meet the worst that can happen.
Being able to "figure out" other people; to understand and
predict what other people will do.
Understanding where your special fears and worries come
from and know what to do to control them.
Being aware and understand yourself and the environment.
Being response-able for actions and non-actions.
Normal skin has an even tone with a soft,
smooth texture. Although on the majority of
what is considered normal skin there are no
visible pores or blemishes and no greasy
patches or flaky areas, it is 'normal' to have
blotches and pimples and minor variations.
The surface is clear, fine-textured, supple,
and smooth to the touch. Normal skin glows
from good blood circulation and excellent
overall health. The skin is an amazing organ
and it must be treated with care.
Follow a cleansing routine for your skin. Using a natural oatmeal-
honey scrub will be beneficial.
Take 1 tsp of boiled oats, ½ tsp honey and ½ tsp milk. Mix well.
Apply evenly on your face and neck. After 10 minutes, use a
cotton wool to dab refrigerated rose water on your face and
neck. Use gentle, upward movements of your fingers to massage
the face scrub off your face and neck. Wash your face with plain
water. Pat it dry with a soft towel. Apply a light moisturizer on
your face and neck. You may use this face scrub every day.
You may also buy a natural walnut, apricot scrub and use it on
alternate days. There are lots of natural scrubs that can be
bought from the stores.
Drink at least 10-12 glasses of water everyday.
Include lots of salads, toned milk, and fresh, leafy vegetables in
If you can't go to the gym or the swimming pool every day, walk
for 30 minutes every day. This should be done in a relaxed
manner either in the morning or in the evening.
Make sure that you get 8 hours of undisturbed sleep every night.
Use a natural face pack once every 7 days.
Use a natural face pack made of Fuller's earth. Mix 1 tbsp
of Fuller's earth, 1 tsp of sandalwood powder, ½ tsp of
milk cream, 1 tsp rosewater, 1 tsp honey and mix well.
Apply this natural face pack to your face and neck. Leave
out the area around the eyes. Apply a mix of ½ tsp honey,
½ tsp cucumber juice and ½ tsp milk cream to the area
around the eyes.
Leave the face packs on your face for 10 minutes. Use a
cotton wool to dab rosewater on your face and neck.
Soften the facial masques and gently wash them off with
Pat your face and neck dry with a soft towel.
Gently massage an aloevera based moisturizer into the
skin of your face and neck.
Use very gentle upward, rotating movements of your
fingers for the massage.
Always use a sunscreen. It may be a gel or a lotion or a
cream but make sure that you are using a SPF 15
sunscreen—you can even try SPF 30. The higher the SPF
(Sun Protection Factor), the more effective the sunscreen.
The Below are the Products Which I am Using
For My Skin…
Cleansing Milk – Lakme
Toner - Aroma Magic Non Alcoholic Toner
Facial Massage Cream – Naturals Saffron
Moisturizer – Nivea Soft
Face Pack – Naturals Papaya Face Pack
Apply Olive Oil On Your Face During Winter
Season For Twenty Minutes And Wash Off
Your Skin With A Warm Water To Prevent
Your Skin From Dry.
Mix Wheat Powder & Curd together and apply
a face mask for 15 minutes it will give a glow
to your face
Curd is a best bleaching agent so if your skin
tanned due to scorching sun just apply curd
for 15 mins and wash off the sun burnt will
Apple – Give Fairness to the skin
Pineapple – Kill the germs In our skin
Mango – Give Natural Nourishment to our Skin
Grapes - Make our Skin Radiant
Orange- Make the skin glow brighter
To make your skin healthy….
Every month Take Fruit Fasting for Three Days ,
In those days eat only fruits, Instead of water
Then Your Skin Will Glow Too Bright And you
are the master of the skin
“Crowning Glory Of Our Body Is Hair”
Normal hair is neither greasy nor dry, has not been per med or
colored, holds its style and looks good most of the time.
Normal hair is ideally suited to the daily use of two-in-one
conditioning shampoos. These are formulated to provide a two-
stage process in one application. When the product is lathered
into wet hair the shampoo removes dirt, grease and styling
products. At this stage the conditioner remains in the lather.
As the hair is rinsed with more water, the grease and dirt are
washed away. At the same time, the micro-fine conditioning
droplets are released on to the hair, leaving it shiny and easy
Normal hair responds well to regular brushing, smoothing, and
• Dry skin flaking off the scalp and itchiness is referred
to as dandruff. The aggravation of Vata generally causes
Add 1 teaspoon of camphor to half a cup of coconut or
neem oil. Store it in glass container. Dosage: Massage this
oil into the scalp before bed.
Mix 1 teaspoon of castor, mustard and coconut oil each
and massage into the scalp.
Mix one part of lemon juice with two parts of coconut oil.
Massage into the roots of the hair regularly.
Dosage: Wash with warm water after three to four hours
or leave overnight.
When the amount of hair lose grows higher than the
normal hair fall that takes place due to the change in
environment, increasing age or growth of new hairs, it is
referred to as hair loss problem that needs special care.
Improper or poor diet, exposure to a lot of chemicals or
cosmetics, hormonal imbalance, stress, anxiety and
mental tension are some causes of hair loss.
Massage the scalp gently with coconut or almond oil daily
for 10 to 15 minutes.
Boil neem leaves in water. Cool, strain and rinse hair with
Increase green leafy vegetables, salads, milk, fruits and
sprouts in the diet. Take more proteins, milk, buttermilk,
yeast, wheat germ, soya beans, whole grains and nuts.
Premature graying of hair
Graying of hair is a natural process that happens with
increasing age, but if the hair starts graying before the age
of 35, it is termed as premature graying that occurs due to
the aggravation of Pitta dosha. Excessive intake of tea,
coffee, alcohol, meat, fried, oily, greasy, spicy, sour, and
acidic foods increases pitta and leads to graying
Apply a paste made from 2-Tsp. henna powder, 1-tsp.
curd, 1-tsp. fenugreek seed powder, 1 tbsp. coffee, 2-
tbsp. mint juice and 2-tbsp. basil juice. Apply this paste to
the hair for two hours. For a darker color, leave this paste
in for 3 to 4 hours. Wash hair with any natural shampoo.
Grate some fresh ginger. Mix with honey and place it in a
jar. Eat 1 tea spoon everyday.
Aggravation of Pitta dosha, stress, allergic
reaction to shampoo, air conditioning, pollution
and central heating lead to an itchy and red
scalp, with tiny pimples or sores, dull and dry
Add 1 teaspoon of camphor to half a cup of
coconut oil and store it in glass container.
Dosage: Massage this oil into the scalp
Grind some jasmine roots with lime juice. Wash
the hair and scalp with it. The causes for these
hair conditions are as follows: Excess of Pitta
dosha in the body is the chief cause of hair
Excessive intake of tea, coffee, alcohol, meats
and excessive smoking.
Eating too much fried, oily, greasy, spicy, sour
and acidic foods.
Intake of too many chemical medicines, low
blood circulation, anemia, general weakness
after disease, stress, anxiety and mental tension.
Chronic diseases like typhoid fever, presence of
dandruff or lice and hormonal imbalance.
Use natural shampoo or soap to clean the hair.
Use amla (embilica officinalis), Shikakai (Acacia
concinna) for washing the hair.
Enhance oiling and massaging of scalp.
Use coconut oil or mustard oil at least three times in
Use medicated oils like 'Mahabhringraj oil', 'Amala oil'
and 'Arnica oil'. Put oil on the scalp and massage
gently in the roots of the hair.
Maintain a regular bowel movement everyday.
The diet should contain more green leafy vegetables,
salads, milk, fruits and sprouts. Take more proteins,
milk, buttermilk, yeast, wheat germ, soybean and
Do regular physical exercise.
A special Ayurvedic preparation made from Bhringraj
(Eclipta elba), Amala, corals, iron and black sesame seeds
is very useful and even stops the graying of hair.
Rub the scalp vigorously after washing the hair. It
increases the blood circulation, and activates the
A mixture of lettuce and spinach juice is good to drink to
induce hair growth. The juice of alfalfa mixed with that of
carrot, and lettuce juice is also good to take.
Daily application of coconut oil mixed with lime- juice on
the hair is also beneficial. Applying juice of green
coriander leaves on the head is also good.
Washing the hair with a paste of cooked Urad dal (black
beans) and fenugreek (methi) 2-3 times a week.
A paste of licorice made by grinding it in milk can be
applied in the bald patches. It induces hair growth. A
paste of seeds of lemon and black pepper may also be
applied on the bald patches.
Don’t Share the comb with anyone
Change the towel everyday
Change the Pillow cover Twice a week
Change the Bed Sheet Weekly once
Don’t Rub the scalp vigorously
Don’t rub the hair too much
Foods Rich in Protein, Vitamin, Omega3Fatty
Every Day at least 12 glasses of water
Be Stress Free
A cup of Milk With an egg
Some quantity of Sprouted cereals or pulses
Breakfast with one fruit
A fresh Juice
A cup of Yogurt
One type of salad
Some quantity of rice
2 types of vegetables
One variety of greens
o Roasted cashew nut
o Corn Flakes
o Some Health Drinks
o Some Sweets Rich in fat
Trywhole wheat pasta and casseroles made
with brown rice ,bulgur, and other grains.
Wheat, Barley , Maize, Items
A cup of Milk added honey
FACTORS REQUIRED TO
AT THE TIME OF
Presence of Mind
Good Eye Contact
Good Dress Code
My Communication was not up to the mark
I didn’t take much care about my Hair & Skin
My Dressing Was not good
I didn’t maintain Diet to put on weight
I didn’t practice regular exercise
I didn’t have regular Manicure Or Pedicure
I didn’t practice Meditation
I Improved a lot in my Communication
I take care about my Hair & Skin, I am
applying regular Henna for hair and Facial
packs to make my skin brighter
Now a days my Dressing Sense Improved a lot
I am maintaining a Healthy Diet to put on
weight. And I Increased 10kgs After joining
I am practicing regular exercise to keep my
Doing regular Manicure & Pedicure
Good Communication Skills
Openness to Change
Storingunnecessary things in mind
now a days I am trying to overcome this
To work in challenging environment, where I can apply my
knowledge, acquire my skills and build a successful career there
by contributing to the organization growth.
Master of Ceremony
Efficient Team Worker
Grooming & Hygiene
Attended national level Youth Red Cross Camp
Won Third Prize in Inter Department Quiz Competition
Worked as a Brand Ambassador in Frankfinn Institute for 1 month
BTEC Higher National Certificate Course in Frankfinn Institute Of Airhosts Training
HSC (2006-2007), Magdalene Matric Hr. Sec. School, Tirunelveli.
SSLC (2004-2005), St. Johns Hr. Sec. School, Tirunelveli.
Pursuing B.Sc., Computer Science, Bishop Heber College (Autonomous),Trichy.
Diploma in Computer Application
Special Courses Attended in BTEC Frankfinn:
First Aid Training
Customer Service Skills
Grooming & Hygiene
Surfing the Net
Date of Birth : 10.01.1990
Gender ` : Male
Marital Status : Single
Nationality : Indian
Height : 176cms
Weight : 59kgs
Passport : Applied
Languages Known : English, French, and Tamil
Address for Communication : No-46 north Rock fort Street
I here by declare that all the above mentioned details are true to the best of my
Frankfinn Institute of Airhostess Training
The above furnished details of my
assignment given here are all true to
my knowledge .
From this assignment I have
understood how to develop my
Personality , Communication skills and
Interview skills .