Yep! They recommend the hard wax for your bikini area -my opinion is that it is much more difficult, I’d get the all purpose wax, and use the large wooden sticks, do not dip the same stick in the pot that you applied on your skin already- bikini, eyebrows, facial hair, any hair on your body. Please please use a new applicator stick each time you dip- you will prevent a lot of infections, and you also will not be liable for any breakouts on another human, if your licensed & have coverage. I suggest doing a patch test, drafting a consent form, have them sign, date, and initial each section. I hope your a Pro, and are licensed, as this seems easy, but if you aren’t a licensed cosmetologist, ethestian, or anything - only wax yourself, and expect meidocar results, being you haven’t been trained. A lot of consumers are always saying- I can do that. Honestly, yes you can, but you you know the sanitary and safety laws that are constantly being revised by the state? If you aren’t a pro, please leave this to one. I am not saying this for my own profit, as I give a free facial wax with any service to my clients as an add on, or I charge $5 an area. I do not wax private areas, body hair, I strictly stick with facial waxing, and I am a licensed cosmetologist for 10+ years, and I do not have a waxing bed, therefore facial hair is all I am waxing! lol! Good luck, i wish you success and I hope you learn properly. Apply wax in the same way of hair growth, do not double dip, use the paper-like strips, cotton ones are horrible, and hold your skin firmly from the opposite direction and pull away from the growth. Waxing makes me nervous if it’s one on one, and not properly trained. Research x10 and you should be ok for self use, I know there are so many DIY videos online, just please look up your states law, and never ever reuse the same applicator twice! happy waxing !
Date published: 2019-03-06