How to prolong the effect of epilation?
Any girl dreams to keep the skin smooth after epilation for as long as possible. Usually the effect lasts two to three weeks, but it can be extended. There are three main ways to do this.
What is more painful, sugaring or waxing?
At first glance epilation with wax and sugar paste has many similarities. Hairs in both cases are removed with their roots, the skin remains smooth for a long time and the actions of the practitioner are the same – application of the paste or wax, then tearing it off. But choosing between these methods, the main question people usually have is about the pain sensations. What is more painful: waxing or sugaring?
Types of sugaring techniques
Sugaring is a removal of unwanted hair with the help of the sugar paste. The paste is applied on the skin and is torn off together with the hair. The paste envelops each hair, penetrates into the pores and therefore the hair is removed together with its root.
«Stubs» that appear after sugaring
Sometimes, especially after the first sugaring procedure, some unremoved short hairs, the so-called "stubs" remain. When running a hand over the skin, it feels prickly, and this is very frustrating for the client. Let’s see why it happens and how to avoid it.
Soothing trick “Antistress”
During sugaring, the client may feel pain. The practitioner’s task is to reduce it. To do so, so called "antistress" method is used.
Epilation and world cultures
Where and when did hair removal first appear? Let us go back in history. For the first time, women began to remove unwanted hair in Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome.
10 interesting facts about hair
Hair is an integral part of our body, but not everyone thinks about their unique features. Here are interesting facts about hair!
What can I do to keep my hands from getting tired during a sugaring?
Many practitioners complain that their hands and back hurt by the end of the working day. It gets hard to work for beginners after just a couple of clients. What to do to feel less tired during work?
What you shouldn’t do after sugaring
With improper care after sugaring you might get skin irritation, inflammation and pimples. To avoid this, you must follow certain rules. There are certain limitations that should be observed after the procedure. What is not recommended within 1-3 days after the procedure? Let’s see.
Basic rules for warming the paste
To get perfect results from sugaring, you need to warm up the paste correctly. The paste must become soft and plastic to grab all the hairs. But if it is overheated, it will become liquid and will stick to your hands instead. The result of sugaring with such a paste will be disappointing.
Skin cleansing after sugaring
A removal of hair with its bulb causes micro injuries to the skin, the pores open, and all this can provoke inflammation. To avoid this, the skin needs to be cleansed daily.
The causes of bruising in the process of sugaring
Sugaring is considered the gentlest method of epilation. But in rare cases side effects still occur. One of them is bruising. This frustrates not only the client, but also the practitioner. Why they appear, how to treat them and whether it is possible to avoid them at all, will be explained further.
How to get rid of unwanted hair and keep your tan?
Your got an amazing sun tan after visiting resorts or a tanning salon. How to keep a tan as long as possible, especially if it's epilation time?
Epilation and varicose veins: pro and contra
Varicose veins are a known disease of leg veins, when veins get swollen and become visible under the skin. Most often, this problem occurs in women. But each of them wants to have smooth legs. There is a natural question, can I do epilation with varicose veins? Will the disease get worse? It all depends on the stage of the disease and the way the hair is removed.
Post sugaring care at home
After sugaring, the skin needs special care. What one shouldn’t do after the sugaring, how to properly care for the skin, what are the side effects and how to get rid of them at home – let’s see in details.
Is "bloody dew" a complication or a side effect?
In the process of sugaring or after the procedure, you can notice tiny droplets of blood on the skin. This is a serosanguinous fluid, coming from the places where hair was pulled out. This phenomenon is called a "blood dew". The name is scary. What is it, a complication or a side effect? How it appears, whether it can be avoided and how to deal with it - we will discuss it in details further.
How to raise the work level of the practitioner to the ideal one?
You have mastered the skill of sugaring and want to achieve perfection in your business?
Do I need to learn?
At first glance, a sugaring procedure is simple and does not require special skills. But this is only at first glance. The final result depends on the correct hand positioning, paste kneading, speed of application and tearing the paste off. And the better the result of the procedure, the more customers you will have.
Sugaring: business expenses
Sugaring is a pretty new service in the beauty industry and a very profitable one, especially if you already own a Beauty Salon and you’re adding it as a new service. Then the costs are minimal: it is enough to pay for the training of a practitioner or to hire a trained professional.
Where to start if you are a beginner?
Sugaring can become a profitable business. In order to learn how to do sugar depilation, it is enough to buy the paste, get some lessons and practice.