Time: 2.5 Hours; Marks: 50


Unit–I: Make-Up (5)


  • (a) Brief history of Make-up.
  • (b) Objectives of make-up application.
  • (c) Cosmetics for make-up.
  • (d) Make-up brushes and other tools.
  • (e) Makeup colour theory.
  • (f) Contraindications.
  • (g) Health & Safety Precautions.

Unit–II: Basic Make-Up Application (5)

  • (a) Client Consultation.
  • (b) Determining Skin Type and Colour.
  • (c) Preparing the workspace.
  • (d) Selecting make-up colours.
  • (e) Preparation of Client.
  • (f) Preparation for make-up.
  • (g) Application of make-up

Unit–III: Corrective Make-Up (6)

  • (a) Ideal face proportions and features.
  • (b) Analyzing features and face shape.
  • (c) Techniques of corrective make-up application for face, eyes, eyebrows, lips, skin tones, wrinkles.

Unit–IV: Special Make-Up Techniques (9)

  • (a) Day make-up.
  • (b) Evening make-up.
  • (c) Bridal make-up.
  • (d) Fantasy Make-up.
  • (e) Ramp make-up.
  • (f) Theatre and Television make-up.
  • (g) Photographic Make-up.
  • (h) Makeup for mature skin.
  • (i) Basic Body Art/Tattooing.


Unit–I: Disorder of Hair and Scalp (4)

  • (a) Hair loss – Types, reason and treatments.
  • (b) Canities (grey hair).
  • (c) Pediculosis.
  • (d) Dandruff.

Unit–II: Advanced Cutting & Styling (5)

  • (a) Study of Facial Shape, Bone Structure, Body Structure, Profession, Age, Occasion.
  • (b) Hair Cutting and Styling as per Facial Shape.
  • (c) Selection of Tools.
  • (d) Procedures for latest trends and cuts (Short and Long both).

Advance Hair Styling

  • (a) Evening Hair styles, party hair style, bridal hair style and ramp hair styles.
  • (b) Styling on Artificial Aids.

Permanent Waving/Straightening

Unit–III: Permanent Waving (6)

  • (a) Meaning of permanent waving.
  • (b) Principle of perming.
  • (c) Examination of the scalp.
  • (d) Perming techniques preparation and procedure wrapping techniques.
  • (e) Maintaining the record card & client’s history.
  • (f) Test curl.
  • (g) Factors responsible for failure of perming and their solutions.


  • (a) Meaning of relaxing.
  • (b) Principles of relaxing.
  • (c) Examination of the scalp.
  • (d) Strand test of relaxer.
  • (e) Preparation & procedure of relaxing.
  • (f) Record card & client’s history.

Unit–IV: Hair Colouring and Lightening (5)

Hair Colouring

  • (a) Purpose of hair coloring.
  • (b) Law of colors – primary, secondary & complimentary.
  • (c) Types of Hair Coloring.

Temporary, Semi Permanent, Permanent 

  • (a) Strand Test.
  • (b) Patch Test.
  • (c) Procedure of Hair Coloring.
  • (d) Precautions and contraindication.

Unit–V: Bleaching and Lightening (5)

  • (a) Definition of bleaching.
  • (b) Chemistry of Bleaching.

Activating the Bleach

  • (a) Causes of over Bleach.
  • (b) Choice of Bleach.