Waxing Training Course


Waxing is one of the most popular treatments in the beauty industry. Research has shown that the desire to become hair free is on the increase due to the sleek bodies portrayed in magazines and films. Courses in waxing teach you how to wax key areas including legs, under arms, bikini area and the face. Most courses will also teach you how to carry out a hot wax. Waxing is an excellent tool for any beautician as customers receiving a positive experience will keep returning every 4-6 weeks for another waxing session. Waxing is one of the highest earning beauty treatments in to-day's beauty industry.

Who is the Waxing course aimed at?

There are no entry requirements to attend a waxing course, however a general interest in beauty procedures is an advantage. Salons may send staff on a waxing course so they learn new skills and can offer a new service to clients, therefore increasing turnover. Delegates should take a en-thusiastic and motivated approach. You'll also need to be professional and confidentially is of the utmost importance.

Waxing Course Content

  • Health Hygiene and Safety
  • Anatomy & Physiology, structure of the skin , hair growth cycle
  • Contra indications
  • Preparation of room
  • Consultations
  • Safe use of wax
  • Aftercare Advice
  • Patch Testing
  • Trouble-Shooting

What kind of waxing courses are available?

The type of courses available tends to vary. Some institutes tend to offer courses over a six week period, with four hour sessions. However other places will offer a one day intensive course, which also covers all the topics above.

Courses start at £90, excluding any kit required. Courses including kit start from £169. A typical waxing kit includes:

  • Honey Pot of Wax
  • 100 Spatulas
  • 100 Fabric Strips
  • 500ml Equipment Cleaner
  • 500ml After Wax Lotion
  • 500ml Pre Wax Lotion
  • Large 1000cc heater

What happens after I graduate the course?

Once you have completed your course you can return to the salon and start offering your service. Waxing may be around 60% of a salon's business so be prepared to stay busy. If you are looking to develop your skills further you could consider a Level 2 Beauty Therapy course.

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