Sugaring is a popular service and is offered by many beauty salons. How to make a client choose your salon? How to attract and keep them? An important role in this case is an entourage, which in French means "to surround". Create a nice environment and the client will be yours!
So, your salon offers a sugaring procedure, and for sure you are faced with the following situation: you have regular customers, you are seeing an increase in demand for this procedure in high season: spring, summer, holidays. However, we are all striving to increase the number of regular customers, and though active periods are replaced by slow ones, we want to do something about it. So, a question arises - do I need to have promotions to attract new customers and make special offers to the regular ones? The answer is pretty obvious - marketing techniques, of course, can and should be used!
Basic rules for working with the paste
The first and very important rule: it is better to use the paste that you have already worked with and the one which quality you are confident about. Do not experiment with products of dubious origin, an unknown brand. If you still want to, try it on a small area of skin and avoid the most sensitive areas.
What is the difference between Luxury PRO and Luxury HOME lines of sugar paste?
The main difference between Luxury HOME and Luxury PRO paste is that the first one is designed for home use and application by novice practitioners, and the second one is for experienced and skilled professionals.
More and more people are learning about a completely natural way of hair removal, the sugaring.
Many have already known all the obvious and not so obvious advantages of this method of epilation.
There are two answers to this question.
A simple one and a complex one. We'll start with the simple one.
Scrubs from Sugaring Factory are created in our laboratory especially to increase the effectiveness of the hair removal procedure.
Usual scrubs may contain additional moisturizers and fragrances which make them more comfortable and convenient to use at home but have a disastrous effect on the process of removing unwanted hair.
I often hear practitioners say "all sugar pastes are the same"
Why do people tend to choose Luxury cars if they can choose? Why don't I need to explain what is the difference between a house and a shed? Why do people think first about the price?
The producers of the sugar paste and there are a lot of them, have different approaches toward their business. Very often people are guided by an itch for easy gain, as sugaring paste consists of very simple ingredients: sugar, water, and lemon juice! So easy!
What razor and a mower have in common?
It seems that nothing.
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 work partially with sugar and partially with wax?
Can we treat one area with wax and another with the sugar paste - will it look unprofessional?
No. You can't 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, great for removing fine lanugo hair, as well as coarse and thick hair.
How to prepare your skin for epilation?
We suggest that you start with a light peeling, using oil scrub or a mesh brush one day prior to epilation.
This 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 this!
When using our special metal spatula during bandage technique, 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 your sugaring procedure a new form medieval torture, here are several life hacks:
9 REASONS TO LOVE SUGARING:
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 application.
A trimmer in the epilation room: do you need one?
Imagine that you made an appointment, came into the beauty salon but the instead of preparing for the procedure, the practitioner 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.