Face charts: Templates for spas, salons, and tattoo shops
Documentation is perhaps one of the most essential processes within many beauty and wellness businesses. However, without the right tools on your side, it can also be one of the most cumbersome.
You can download our templates to use with the Mangomint charting feature or as printable face charts. Read on for more details about how advanced facial charting can help streamline your business's documentation.
Face chart templates and examples
If you use Mangomint, you can upload all of these templates within the forms feature to unlock full image markup capabilities for you, your staff, and your clients. Otherwise, you can print or upload them to another software system. Let’s take a closer look at how these facial charts can help your business.
Medical spa face charting
Digital facial charting solutions are revolutionary for medical spas — making critical charting and SOAP notes efficient, accurate, and more transparent than ever before. While there are countless ways your business can take advantage of these tools, here are some of the more popular solutions:
Facial pain chart: You can provide a facial chart where clients can highlight problem areas, sources of pain, or the areas where they would like the most attention. This data can help you map treatment areas and tailor the service to your client’s needs.
Facial charting for injectables: Estheticians also need advanced and detailed facial charts — especially for injectables like Botox. This tool can save you time while providing a more effective outcome. For example, rather than crafting a detailed explanation of the patient’s injection sites, you can simply circle them on the chart.
Client image charting: In the medical spa industry, it is often best to document actual client results with images. Many medical spas take these images in-house and have staff upload them to internal forms. However, you can also have clients upload initial images in their intake form. This feature can document before/after pictures, reference photos, and client progress snapshots.
Find more inspiration, guidance, and information in our webinar, Image Markup for Med Spas.
Face charting for tattoo studios
While you might be tempted to stick to traditional intake forms and processes, there are countless ways to use facial charts in tattoo businesses:
Piercings: Have clients add marks or details about the placement of new piercings. This chart can help ensure accuracy and document the client’s vision as it aligns with your service.
Permanent makeup: You can get creative when building your facial charts for permanent makeup services. Simply upload a facial chart with the option to markup for various services. Your techs can use this for charting, or you can make these available for customers to provide details during the booking process.
Facial tattoos: With this feature, you can also collect or document the preferred size and placement of facial tattoos.
Salon face charting for makeup and waxing
While they’re more common in the spa setting, beauty salons can also benefit from facial charts:
Makeup facial charts are commonly used in the beauty industry. You can provide these to customers wanting to communicate their desired look. More commonly, facial charts can help artists practice their creative visions, plan new designs, or show clients different makeup options.
Waxing facial charts: Facial charting can also be helpful for waxing appointments. While it is more common for salons to request appointments by treatment area, a facial chart intake form can provide additional details. For example, this process can help those wanting to remove facial hair specify problem areas, which can better accommodate trans clients or those with healthcare conditions like PCOS.
Facial charting for day spas
Day spas can have many of the same facial charting needs as salons and medical spas, with unique considerations for the business model:
Facial massage charts: Have customers relay their pain or problem areas before their facial appointment to help you prep their service and maximize your appointment window.
Facial muscle charts: You can also use muscular facial images to communicate your service areas to clients — often seen in gua sha facial charting, for example.
Full-body intake charts: Massage therapy professionals can benefit from a wider variety of visual charts and other image markup features. These assets can help communicate pain points and problem areas for their service.
Our webinar, Image Markup for Massage Therapy Practices, offers a step-by-step guide to getting started and making the most of this feature.
Mangomint software solutions for salons and spas
Unlock the tools your business needs in Mangomint’s salon and spa management software. Alongside our advanced image markup feature, you can find leading solutions for online scheduling, staff management, client management, reporting, email marketing, payroll processing, and so much more. You can launch a free Mangomint trial or book a live demo to get started today!