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Combined Warm/Soft & Hot/ Hard Waxing


Combined Warm/Soft & Hot/Hard Waxing Diploma Two Day Course

Cost: - £245
Course Accreditation: This course is insurable and accredited by Professional Beauty Direct and Towergate Insurance
Certifications/Qualifications Attained: Michelle Collins Spa and Beauty Training accredited/recognised diploma
Pre-Requisite: None - suitable for beginners
Duration: two days.
Pre-requisites: no previous experience necessary.

• Two days of practical, hands on and intensive training. You’ll learn to wax with skill, speed techniques and leave the course with confidence • 1-1 or 1-2 only training for focused learning and teaching
• Discover how to create the best treatment plan through thorough client consultations
• Work safely and hygienically with warm/strip, roller and peelable (hot) waxes
• Learn professional 'speed waxing' techniques to make waxing larger areas more effectively
• Advice on commercial timings, marketing, retailing to grow your business
•Ongoing support and student support group (facebook)

Warm wax is a much quicker treatment than hot wax. The wax is applied sparingly and removed straight after; it is not left on the skin to dry like hot wax. It is very easy to control the application of the warm wax making it ideal for facial hair removal e.g. lips, chin, eyebrow. Warm wax is applied to the skin in a very thin layer using a spatula. A fabric or paper strip is then pressed on the waxed area and removed quickly causing minimum discomfort. HOT WAXING Hot/hard/peelable wax is spread onto the area of hair growth (skin) and allowed to dry slightly before it is peeled away. This method is far less painful than most and pulls hair directly from the roots. Hot waxing is particularly good for those with sensitive skin and coarse hair growth. Hot waxing can be done anywhere on the body, but it is preferred by most therapists on smaller areas as takes more time than warm waxing. Hot wax can grab hair as short as 2mm in length.

Benefits:- Warm Wax
• Larger areas can be waxed at once
• It is suitable for most hair types fine and coarse. It can remove strong deep rooted hairs successfully
• Hair re-growth is finer
• The procedure is much quicker than hot wax
• Warm waxing is cheaper than hot waxing Hot Wax
• Hot wax grips hair better than warm wax
• It is suitable for most hair types fine and coarse. It can remove strong deep rooted hairs successfully
• It is better at removing shorter hairs
• Can be more suited to those with sensitive skin
• More suitable for sensitive areas, underarms, bikini
• There is less reddening on the skin following hot waxing

Course Content & Learning Outcomes
• How to manage your working environment
• Code of practice and insurance for therapists
• Consultation procedure including contra-indications
• Contra-actions to the treatment and aftercare advice
• Health & safety
• Data Protection/GDPR/Client Confidentiality
• How to prepare for Waxing treatments
• How to carry out safely and effectively: Removal of hair from Legs, Bikini Line, Underarms, Chin, Lip and Eyebrows using Warm and Hot waxing techniques
• How to Measure and shape the Eyebrows
• Different Eyebrow and Facial Shapes
• Anatomy and physiology for Waxing treatments
• Warm Waxing treatment routine
• Hot Waxing treatment routine

Duration: Two Days Practical in the Classroom (if training with other students)
Home study: 14 guided learning hours required to be completed before the training day (emailed to you). This allows for an intensive practical study of the routines
Case Studies: You will be required to submit 12 case studies (2 Brows, 2 Lips, 2 Chins, 2 Underarm, 2 Bikini line, 2 Legs, 1 case study must be with Warm Wax and the other case study must be with Hot Wax) before you receive your certificate (although please note if the tutor feels that you have not reached a competent standard after completing your practical training and case studies then you will be set a reassessment. There is an additional charge for this being £40.00).

Entry Requirement: None, although we do recommend studying Anatomy & Physiology alongside this course. Please note for all waxing courses you are required to grow your body hair prior to the practical days as students will be working on each other unless a medical condition prevents this, in this instance you will need to provide models to work on.

TRAINING DATES: Training dates are booked by individual arrangement - please complete the booking form HERE to book and arrange what month you are looking to do the course (a list of training dates will then be sent to you and you pick the most convenient date for you) 

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