Model Information

Student Model Requirements

Models are required for in class training sessions. It is your responsibility as a student to find models for your classes. We have a listing of past models who have expressed interest in being a model for other students.

As a student, you may access these listings. Please note, you must be logged in to your student learning portal account for the model listings to be visible. Non-logged in users will not be able to see the model listing. View the model listings here.

 

Model times and fees are listed on the course overview page for each class, except in the case of Laser classes. (These fees range and will be determined in class depending on the area serviced)

All fee/time requirements for models can be found on the course overview page of each individual course. Scroll down to the bottom of this page and you will see a section labeled "Model Requirements" (located near the bottom). All details such as model times and fees will be available here.


MODEL
FEES ARE TO BE PAID BY THE MODELS BEING SERVICED.
If a st
udent wishes to pay the model fees for their models this is accepted, but not recommended.

Model Fees

A model fee applies for all models attending a treatment. Model fees are to be paid by the model when they come in to receive a treatment from you during class. You are responsible for notifying your models of the model fee and any relevant information to the class. You may choose to pay for your models yourself, which can be done at the reception desk. Any unpaid model fees are your responsibility. 

 

Model fees for each class can be found under the Model Requirements section on the Course Overview page of your class.

 

Please note, We are not accepting cash payments for any services. Please ensure you notify your models of this policy. 

Contraindications

When contacting a model for class, please ensure you verify they are not contraindicated for the service. You can find contraindications for each service in your manual. Your instructors will walk through the consultation forms with you and may turn away anyone who is not a good candidate for the service.

Advanced Facials

  • Acne grades 3 & 4
  • Rosacea (inflamed) for electrotherapy, can be treated with Repechage kit
  • Extensive Telangiectasia
  • Open Skin, Cuts / Abrasions
  • Sun Burned skin
  • Under 18
  • Viral, Bacterial or Fungal infections of the skin (such as active cold sore) 

Advanced Laser

  • History of seizures
  • Treatment of skin cancer
  • Active infection/ Immunosuppression
  • Open lesions
  • Pregnancy
  • Blood disorders
  • History of keloid formation
  • Accutane
  • Anti-coagulants
  • Systemic steroids
  • Gold therapy 

Advanced Microbadling

  • MRSA
  • Botox
  • HIV   
  • Hepatitis
  • Filler
  • Injections 
  • Pregnancy 
  • Eye Area Surgery 
  • Diabetic 
  • Heart Conditions  
  • Bruise easily and /or Allergies to Anesthetic 
  • Lupus (and other autoimmune disorders) 
  • Chemotherapy is contraindicated and procedures should not be performed for at least 6 months.

Advanced Pedicure

  • Fungal Infection in Nail 
  • Onychia (bacterial infection) 
  • Onychomycosis 
  • Bacterial or fungal infections in the treatment area 

Artificial Nails L1 and L2

  • Fungal Infection in Nail 
  • Onychia (bacterial infection) 
  • Onychomycosis 
  • Bacterial or fungal infections in the treatment area 

BB Glow

  • Active infection in the treatment area 
  • Active Acne 
  • Rosacea and telangiectasia 
  • Hypersensitive or reactive skin 
  • Acute eczema or psoriasis 
  • Sun burned skin 
  • Keloid Scarring
  • Pregnant or Breast-feeding women 
  • Uncontrolled Diabetes 
  • Allergies to ingredients in meso serums  
  • Certain medications need to be avoided such as Accutane, Blood Thinners, Topical antibiotics or Steroid creams on the treated area 

Body Contouring with MPR

  • Pacemaker or other electrical devices
  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding
  • History of cancer
  • Chemotherapy
  • Auto immune disease
  • Active infection on treatment site
  • Chronic skin conditions/ irritated skin (dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis)
  • Implants or meal prosthetics
  • Diabetes, hypertension, heart disease
  • Superficial metal implants such as teeth, in or near targeted tissue
  • Surgical procedure in the last 3 months, including oral surgery
  • Recent dermal fillers or botox (less than one month)
  • Isotretinoin (accutane) in the last 6 months
  • Undiagnosed pain
  • Neuromuscular diseases (loss of sensitivity, paralysis)
  • Open wound or varicose vein in treatment site
  • Chemical peel in the last 3 months 

Body Sugaring

  • Clients using Retin A, Glycolic or Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA) or steroid creams
  • Recent
  • Accutane or Isotretinoin – must discontinue use for a minimum of 6 – 12 months
  • Chemotherapy – consult their physician first
  • Fungal or bacterial infection – refer to physician
  • Diabetes – safe as long as client is in good health
  • Recent tattoos
  • Sunburn
  • Warts
  • Herpes
  • Staph 

Body Treatments

  • Lymphatic
  • Cancer 
  • Pregnancy 
  • Phlebitis 
  • Emphysema 

Brow Henna

  • Broken skin
  • Skin disorders in tx area
  • Allergy to Aspirin or Fava bean
  • Seborrheic Dermatitis 

Brow Waxing

  • Clients using Retin A, Glycolic or Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA) or steroid creams 
  • Accutane or Isotretinoin – must discontinue use for a minimum of 6 months 
  • Chemotherapy – consult their physician first 
  • Fungal or bacterial infection – refer to physician 
  • Diabetes – safe as long as client is in good health 
  • Recent tattoos 
  • Sunburn 
  • Warts 
  • Herpes 
  • Staph 

Chemical Peel

  • Inflamed skin 
  • Open cuts/ lesions of the skin 
  • Active cold sores 
  • Bacterial, viral and fungal skin infections 
  • Flared or extreme Rosacea 
  • Sun burn 
  • Loss of feeling or sensation in skin 
  • Use of Accutane 
  • pregnancy and breastfeeding 

Dermaneedling

  • Active Inflamed Rosacea
  • Pregnancy with autoimmune disorder
  • Raised moles
  • Active acne
  • Active bacterial or fungal infections
  • Active Herpes outbreak
  • Blood clotting problems, cardiovascular disease, immunosuppression, cardio abnormalities,
  • Scleroderma, excessive sunburn or irritation in treatment area
  • New scar tissue or wounds less than six months old 

Dermaplaning

  • Epilepsy
  • bruised skin
  • clients going through cancer treatment
  • Hemophilia
  • Herpes simplex
  • Sunburned skin
  • Lupus presenting a rash
  • Facial warts
  • Psoriasis on the face
  • Active eczema on the face
  • Accutane Therapy
  • Comadin or other blood thinners 

Eyelash Extensions

  • Weak or Damaged Eyelashes 
  • Rash or Irritation around the eye area  
  • Contact Lenses in the eye during the procedure 
  • History of reaction or allergy to Lash Extensions 

Facials Level 1

  • Active Herpes Simplex
  • Active fungal or viral infections
  • Acne Grades 3-4 (seek Dermatologist opinion) 

IPL

  • Recent sun exposure, tanning beds, spray tans, self-tanners
  • Tanned skin
  • Cancer, particularly skin cancer
  • Fitzpatrick skin types V and VI
  • Photosensitizing medications
  • Active infection of herpes simplex virus in the treatment area
  • Seizure or epilepsy disorder
  • Suspicious pigmented lesions
  • Pregnancy
  • Insulin dependent diabetes
  • Fragile and dry skin
  • Hormonal disorders that are stimulated under pulsed light (melasma)
  • Use of anticoagulants
  • Under 18 years old
  • History of keloid scarring

Lash Lift/Perm

  • Pink Eye 
  • Stye 
  • Chalazion 
  • External Hordeolum 
  • Recent Eye Surgery (6 months or less) 
  • Blepharitis and Staphylococcus Blepharitis 
  • Madarosis 
  • Distichiasis  
  • Crab lice 
  • Trichiasis 
  • Trichotillomania 

Tinting

  • Pink Eye
  • Stye
  • Chalazion
  • External Hordeolum
  • Recent Eye Surgery (6 months or less)
  • Blepharitis and Staphylococcus Blepharitis
  • Madarosis
  • Distichiasis
  • Crab lice
  • Trichiasis
  • Trichotillomania 

Laser Hair Removal

  • Recent sun exposure, tanning beds, spray tans, self-tanners
  • Tanned skin
  • Cancer, particularly skin cancer
  • Blonde, red, white or gray hair
  • Higher Fitzpatrick skin types (depending on the machine)
  • Photosensitizing medications
  • Active infection of herpes simplex virus in the treatment area
  • Seizure or epilepsy disorder
  • Suspicious pigmented lesions
  • Pregnancy
  • Under 18 years old
  • History of keloid scarring 

Laser Tattoo Removal

  • Recent sun exposure, tanning beds, spray tans, self-tanners 
  • Cancer, particularly skin cancer 
  • History of keloid scarring 
  • Higher Fitzpatrick skin types (depending on the machine) 
  • Photosensitizing medications
  • Taking anticoagulants 
  • Active infection  
  • Active infection of herpes simplex virus in the treatment area 
  • Seizure or epilepsy disorder 
  • Suspicious pigmented lesions 
  • Pregnancy 
  • Under 18 years old 

Makeup

  • Active Herpes Simplex
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Styes 

Manicure

  • Fungal Infection in Nail
Onychia (bacterial infection)
Onychomycosis
Bacterial or fungal infections in the treatment area 

Pedicure

  • Fungal Infection in Nail 
  • Onychia (bacterial infection) 
  • Onychomycosis 
  • Bacterial or fungal infections in the treatment area  

Waxing

  • Clients using Retin A, Glycolic or Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA) or steroid creams
  • Accutane or Isotretinoin – must discontinue use for a minimum of 6 months
  • Chemotherapy – consult their physician first
  • Fungal or bacterial infection – refer to physician
  • Diabetes – safe as long as client is in good health
  • Recent tattoos
  • Sunburn
  • Warts
  • Herpes
  • Staph 

Parking

Parking is available at both campus location for students and for student models.
 

Main Campus

 Student parking is complimentary at the rear of the building.
 Model parking is available at the front of the building through the front entrance.

 Do not park in front of bay doors,garbage disposals, entry/exit zones


East Campus

 Student parking is complimentary at the rear of the building. (Angle Parking Only)
 Model Parking is available on the side of the building (Angle Parking Only) and the street.

 Do not park in front of bay doors,garbage disposals, loading dock or entry/exit zones (Gate entrance)

Checklist! Things you should let your model know:

 Service details of what they will be receiving
 Contraindications
 Time of service - when to show up
 What to expect/results from the service
 Location / Parking
 Some locations have an open area with no privacy screens - if a privacy screen is needed please discuss this during consultation and speak with your educator
 Disclosing what the "Student Model Experience" will look like - If you are bringing in a model that will have multiple students joining to work on them, please disclose this and ensure they are comfortable.

COVID-19 Policies & Procedures

For the safety of our staff, students and visitors, the following policies are in place for all models and clients in our facilities. Please ensure you notify your models of the following policies when you are booking them to assist you with your practical training. 

 Face masks are optional during the duration of your visit

 Please arrive at your appointment alone. If you received a ride, please have your driver wait outside for the duration of your visit.

 Children under the age of 16 are not permitted within the facility, including waiting areas, due to insurance. 

 If you are
feeling ill or are sick, we ask that you reschedule/postpone your appointment and coordinate with the student you are modeling for.

 Please hang up your outer wear and place your footwear in our designated closets. Disposable slippers can be provided (Optional)