Speed waxing is the ability to wax an area without going to the same spot twice.
I know what you’re thinking – how do you destroy an area that can’t be turned on twice? The answer is simple: you can achieve this by using the advanced method of Speed Body Waxing Zone.
Wax zone method
The Zone Waxing course teaches your body zone, hair direction, and wax application and removal. In this process, all parts including nodes and symbols are placed to create symmetry. Its sessions provide an efficient and consistent hair removal experience every time. Knowing where you are going and in what order prepares you to serve.
In addition to symmetry, symmetry is also important for fast waxing. Having everything with you helps you move slowly and methodically. Speed waxing can be difficult if your workplace is crowded. Trying to find your tools while you’re on the move can cause confusion and frustration, prolonging your production time. Then, the passage of time can lead to stress, which can lead to mistakes and discomfort for your client. Being more organized minimizes these issues and allows you to focus on providing hair removal services.
Manage customer expectations.
When it comes to speed waxing, managing your customer’s expectations is crucial. Being honest and knowledgeable about your craft builds trust with your customers. This trust keeps your books full even during the company’s “slowdown” period. The best way to avoid slow periods is to build a loyal following and educate them about the waxing process and the benefits of sticking to a waxing schedule.
Here, we explain how to prepare your skin for leg waxing.
There are different ways to prepare your skin and hair for your leg waxing to get the best results, so let’s check out our top tips for getting ready!
Exfoliation removes dead skin and lifts hair and tension on the skin. Exfoliation will also help prevent stray hairs from growing back after shaving. Wash your body in the shower twice a week to keep your skin clear and glowing. But be careful about excessive exfoliation, as it can aggravate existing hair and make the skin rough and dry.
Choose a shiny bracelet with a good quality fruit or pearl, never use glitter, although it may look amazing, some castings can actually damage the skin and cause irritation. A cloth, cloth, or absorbent material combined with a rich, nourishing body wash is a good choice!
We also recommend exfoliating your feet 24-48 hours before your waxing session to remove any dead skin, but don’t go too close to your waxing as you may irritate your skin.
Check your feet for abnormalities.
Sometimes you may have nicks, scratches, bumps, or bruises that you are not aware of. If you get it, treat it until it heals, then you’ll be ready to move on to waxing. Before waxing your legs, your skin should be as healthy as possible.
Make sure your hair is the right length.
A hair smaller than a quarter of an inch will be more difficult to remove because the wax won’t hold enough to pull it out, resulting in less than perfect results. Wait 3-6 weeks for the hair to grow (depending on the length of your hair) so that your results are nice and long.
Choose the right wax
For leg waxing, you can start from the full page. They are very easy to use; Rub them slightly between your palms, place them in the direction of the hair and tear them against the direction of the hair. If you have a little skill and the right tools (like a wax heater, spatulas, and muslin strips), you can get rosin-free wax.
Take a warm bath.
Whether you’ve just made an appointment or are planning to wax, a hot shower will open up your pores to make waxing easier. Just make sure the water is lukewarm — not hot — so your skin doesn’t get too irritated.
Apply proper leg hair removal techniques.
For soft or hard wax, apply a moisturizing lotion and relax. When dry, apply a small amount of wax to medium areas, grab your skin, and quickly remove them. After removing the hair, press the skin for a while. This will help reduce the pain sensation. Cover the process with post-depilatory lotion.
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