Sport and epilation
Sport and epilation usually come together.
Especially if we're talking about professional sport and especially if it's connected with showing one's body or swimming.
How to choose the paste for work?
Let's choose the paste together.
Can we do work partially with sugar and partially with wax?
Let's answer a question: "Can we treat one area with wax and another with the sugar paste - will it look unprofessional?"
No. You can do that!
Let's look at the different techniques of sugaring:
This is the most popular technique (also called hand technique). The paste is applied and removed using fingers without any additional tools. It's the most common technique, good for lanugo hairs removal, as well as course (often shaved off) ones.
How to prepare your skin for epilation?
We advise you to do a light peeling using oil scrub or a mesh brush a day before epilation.
It helps to prepare your skin for the procedure and to free any ingrown hairs. But it's better to do peeling regularly, and we won't stop stressing it.
When using our special metal spatula during bandage technique sugaring make sure to use one portion of the sugar paste for each client and warm it up in a separate container.
HOW TO MAKE YOUR CLIENTS HATE SUGARING
If you want to make a sugaring procedure another Medieval torture, here are several lifehacks:
Sugaring paste: to heat or not to heat? That is the question.
Many beginners often wonder if they need to warm the paste up before the use.
A trimmer in the epilation room: does it help or not?
Imagine that you made an appointment, came into the beauty salon but the practitioner, instead of getting everything ready for the procedure, takes out this buzzing device.
Turn it off! Or should you microwave the sugar paste or not?
First, I'll give you a short crash course on how microwave oven works
A microwave oven is an appliance that heats up the water-containing substances with electromagnetic emanation (magnetron). It was invented for warming up and defrosting food.
There are so many sugar paste manufacturers. How to choose the right one?
I often hear practitioners say "all sugar pastes are the same" or "I gained so much experience that I can work with anything: be it honey or tar". That's an erroneous statement and it always makes me laugh. I would love to give you a jar of honey and send you to a client.
Talc for sugaring:safe or harmful?
Recently you may be finding many contradictory articles, where talc is described as either the only right and neutral base for various cosmetic products, or is proclaimed to be a "forbidden" ingredient. Let's try to figure out what's really going on.
10 ways to turn bikini epilation into a nightmare for your clients
The right sugaring method is the one without pain, traumas, ingrown hair, or other unpleasant outcomes. However, there are some "professionals" who can scare clients away from sugar epilation for a long time. Here are 10 methods to make the sugaring experience unbearable.
Bikini design: what is it?
Women just love to beautify themselves. Makeup: for routine "decoration". Body-art: for those who are brave. Bikini designs: for special occasions...to spice up the relationships. In this article, we will talk more about that type of body art.
Bikini zone epilation: pros and cons
To do or not to do bikini zone sugaring? This question is so controversial that you may find it impossible to read the endless debates on this subject across the internet. Most of those comments are too emotional. If you want to form your opinion based on facts, this article is for you.
Skin reactions to sugaring: reasons and treatment
We are all different. This fact has been well known for a very long time. That's why we react differently to the same stimulant. In this article, we'll talk about reactions to sugar paste and procedures in general.
Bikini design: meanings and symbols
In our article about bikini design, we were talking about body art in general. It is interesting to know the meanings of various bikini designs and symbols that are created with the help of decorative elements (rhinestones, sequins), paint (with or without sparkles), henna (traditional or multicolored), and a borderline between hair and the skin.
How to choose sugaring specialist?
You can remove your hair by yourself or let the professional do the job. If you decide to do it by yourself, then your success depends on the quality of the products you are using, as well as your skill level (which can be obtained at the beauty salon, youtube sugaring videos, or any other sugaring forums). It is possible to learn, but not all areas of the body can be easily reached in order to provide a quality sugaring to yourself. Your other choice is to trust a sugaring specialist and "feel loved". Let’s talk more about this option.
When sugaring is prohibited: truth and myths
Sugaring is a unique procedure that removes all extra hair from your body and has almost no contraindications. Let’s repeat – almost. In other words, there are situations when it is prohibited for medical reasons (forbidden by doctor), and there are situations when you are allowed to do it, but with certain precautions.