Hot & Warm Waxing

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Waxing is one of the most popular treatment of hair removal, widely available in most salons. The spatula warm wax method is the most common and can be used to treat all areas of the face and body.

On completion of your course, you will be competent and fully qualified which enables you to offer waxing to your clients immediately.

Our warm waxing training includes legs, bikini, underarm, forearm and facial waxing.

Facial waxing includes areas such as lip, chin and brow waxing.

We use hot waxing for course bikini hair, nose, ears and underarms.

Here at Creative Touch we have a unique learning structure which allows our learners to engage in their education as soon as they purchase their course. We have an integrated online blended learner system, where you can download your course and being your studies without having to book your in house academy training. Your blended learning platform can be accessed once you have created your account and purchased your course. Its filled with pre study manuals, consultation forms, practical demonstrations and quizzes to test your learning before attending your practical assessment day. We hope this then maximises our learners experience and allows you to explore the course in depth both before and after your academy training day. Your practical day in the academy can be booked in at any point within 120 days of purchase, and on a range of available dates both morning and afternoon Monday to Friday subject to availability. Weekend training may be available upon request.

This class is only taught to a maximum of 3 delegates to maximise learner experience.

All equipment, product and models are supplied for training.

Course duration 5 hours.

This is a CPD accredited course gaining 8 CPD points upon successful completion.

Finance plans available through our Paylater option.

Course Details

Price £150

COURSE OVERVIEW

Industry background

Differences between hot and cold wax

Client consultation

Relevant anatomy

Contraindications

Tools and equipment

Removal techniques

Aftercare

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