Waxing Online Certificate Course

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Our Waxing Online Course is designed for anyone planning to start a career as a professional waxer or those already employed in the beauty business who want to learn more. This course is for those who want to go to an esthetician school and acquire a cosmetology license or if you want to increase the range of services you can provide your customers.

The Waxing Course exposes you to new knowledge and competencies so after completion, you will be familiar with essential procedures, popular styles, and the best types of wax to use for optimal outcomes. You do not need any experience if you have a passion for beauty, an outgoing attitude, and a desire to assist others to live a hair-free life.

You might also take eyelash growth and brow classes, therapy courses, and nail technology courses in addition to body waxing. These courses will provide you with all necessary materials for obtaining your cosmetologist license or perhaps starting your practice. 

What you will learn with our Waxing Online Course 

Unlike a lot of other online waxing courses, there is no set time limit in which you have to complete the course. You can take as little as a few days to finish or, if you’re really short on time, you can spread the different wax course modules over a few years. 

Our waxing training course covers all the information that licensed estheticians are expected to know and provides you with a comprehensive overview of what you would learn at a top-end beauty academy. 

The waxing certificate you gain at the end of the program will also go towards helping you get a waxing license. Here are just some of the main topics covered in this comprehensive online waxing certificate course:

  • Introduction to Waxing
  • Anatomy
  • Skin Health
  • Types of Wax
  • The Waxing Process
  • Client Consultation
  • Equipment and Products
  • Pre-Treatment Recommendations
  • Waxing the Face
  • Waxing the Upper Lip
  • Waxing the Chin
  • Waxing Eyebrows
  • Underarm Waxing
  • Arm Waxing
  • Chest Waxing
  • Leg Waxing
  • Back Waxing
  • Bikini Waxing
  • Aftercare Recommendations
  • Safety and Preparedness

What are the requirements for the waxing certification course? 

Don’t worry if you don’t know your bikini waxes from your Brazilian waxes just yet, because the easy-to-manage modules will teach you everything you need to know. 

The waxing certificate online course is delivered 100% online and will take around 20 hours of study time to complete. Materials are available to learners 24/7 and there are no set start dates and end dates. 

As with all of our other online waxing courses, learners can complete it entirely in their own time. To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and possess the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources.
  • Have access to a mobile device with internet connectivity, such as a laptop, desktop, or tablet.
  • Be a self-directed learner.
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills.

Quick course facts

In this waxing program, you will find that:

  • The course content is structured in a way that makes it easy to follow and quick to complete.
  • Registered students gain unrestricted access to the course materials.
  • All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device.
  • You can study online from anywhere in your own time and at your own pace.
  • All students who complete the course will be awarded a certificate of completion.
  • Waxing video demonstrations are provided for a visual learning experience.

For any additional questions, please refer to our comprehensive FAQs tab above to find out more information about the course.

Waxing Online Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Waxing

We will talk about waxing and hair removal for cosmetic reasons in this module. We will talk about what body hair is for and how it can help us. We will also go over all of the advantages of waxing, such as having clear skin and getting rid of dead skin cells. We will also talk about some of the legal requirements for waxing.

What is Waxing?

Waxing is a method of hair removal that removes hair from the root using various types of wax. It is a semi-permanent approach. It takes three to eight weeks for the hair to regrow.

History of Hair Removal

Waxing has a far longer history than most people realize. Waxing may be dated back to 1150 BCE when ancient Egyptians used a practice known as sugaring to remove their hair. The Greeks started removing hair in specialist establishments about 500 BCE. Wealthy persons even owned slaves trained mainly to remove hair. It was customary for young men in the Roman Empire to shave their legs. Pine resin was frequently used to burn it off.

The Purpose of Body Hair

Humans evolved body hair as a way to help them survive in harsh environments. Hair, for example, may shield our skin from the sun's rays while also insulating us from the cold. Hair follicle stem cells help mend cuts and other wounds, and hair contributes to healthy skin health.

The Benefits of Waxing

Waxing can successfully remove hair from practically anybody region while also ensuring that it is gone entirely from the root.

Qualifications

To become a registered waxing therapist in your state, you may need to complete specialized training. Waxing can be done lawfully if you have a cosmetology or esthetics degree. Instead of pursuing a degree, you may go for a certification. You may attend various speciality courses to get competence with waxing and hair removal, which is especially crucial if you want to provide Brazilian or other types of biking waxes.

Career Outlook

Many waxing professionals join established salons since waxing is frequently given in combination with other procedures. Some people work as independent contractors on an as-needed basis if they do not accept an in-house employment offer.

Additional Skills

Other supplementary skills in marketing, business, and finance might help waxing professionals who want to pursue a career in waxing. Starting a firm necessitates a diverse set of skills, ranging from people management to customer acquisition. You might also want to study other types of hair removal to broaden your knowledge. Laser technology, for example, is a rapidly developing subject that may help you stand out in the crowded beauty business.

Module 2: Anatomy

Module 2 is now available. We will talk about anatomy and how it pertains to body hair in this section of the course. Except for the palms, soles of the feet, mucosal parts of the lips, and external genitalia, the whole body is covered with hair.

Types of Hair

There are two types of hair follicles on the human body: terminal and vellus hair follicles.

The Anatomy of Hair

The root and the shaft are the two parts of the hair. The root, which is located in the dermis, is the live component of the hair. The follicle surrounds the root and connects to the sebaceous (oil) gland on the skin's surface. Hair root cells divide quickly within the follicle. The hair shaft, which extends beyond the epidermis, is formed when more cells develop and push the older ones ahead. The cells that create hair die as it grows closer to the epidermis' surface.

Growing Cycles

At the same time, body hair does not act in the same manner. Individual hairs on the body have their activity cycles, even though they do not appear to be very complicated. When the hair shaft is actively developing, it becomes longer during the anagen phase. It lasts for a while before slowing down into a telogen phase of rest.

Anatomy of the Skin

At the same time, body hair does not act in the same manner. Individual hairs on the body have their activity cycles, even though they do not appear to be very complicated. When the hair shaft is actively developing, it becomes longer during the anagen phase. It lasts for a while before slowing down into a telogen phase of rest.

The Epidermis

The epidermis is the outermost layer of the skin. It acts as a water barrier. Melanocytes are cells found in the epidermis and produce the pigment melanin, which gives the skin its colour. The epidermis thickness varies depending on the bodily part. It is only half a millimetre on the eyelids. On the feet, it is three times thicker.

The Dermis

The dermis is divided into the thin papillary dermis on the outside and the thicker reticular dermis on the inside. Hair follicles, capillaries, glands, and nerve endings are all found in this area of the skin. It contains reticular fibres, elastic tissue, and collagen in particular. The dermis creates oils in the skin and aiding in body temperature regulation through perspiration.

The Hypodermis/Subcutaneous Tissue

The most profound component of the skin is called subcutaneous tissue. Fat, nerves, blood arteries, and connective tissue all make up this structure. Its thickness fluctuates depending on where on the body it is located, much like the other layers. It can safeguard the body by absorbing impact and shielding internal organs.

Module 3: Skin Health

We will talk about skin issues that might influence waxing in Module 3. We will also go over some skin-care recommended practices.

Conditions

Hair and skin health are affected by a variety of factors. Among the most common are the ones listed below.

  • Androgenetic alopecia: This disorder causes hair loss on the scalp. It is also known as male or female-pattern hair loss.
  • Telogen effluvium: This disorder involves significant scalp hair loss and can spread to other body parts under challenging situations, such as the brows or the pubic region.
  • Alopecia areata: This disorder arises when the body's immune system starts attacking hair follicles resulting in hair falling out in patches on various body parts.

Symptoms of Skin Disorders

Skin problems can manifest themselves in a variety of ways, each with various degrees of severity. Symptoms might be temporary or long-term. Some are hereditary, while allergies or other environmental factors trigger others.

  • Acne: Breakouts on the skin composed of pimples, blackheads, cysts, and nodules.
  • Cold sores: Red, irritating, and fluid-filled pustules near the mouth and lips. The afflicted region may tingle or burn before the sore becomes noticeable.
  • Blisters: A watery, transparent, fluid-filled region on the skin.

Contraindications to Waxing

  • Are you taking antibiotics or acne medicine.
  • Have taken isotretinoin within six months
  • Are using skin peeling or skin thinning procedures

Module 4: Types of Wax

We will look at the many types of wax used in treatments in this section. Different types of wax may be required for different regions of the body. Wax comes in various forms, including soft, hard, fruit, chocolate, and sugar wax. Let us take a look at what each one does and how it helps you.

Soft Wax

Soft wax often called strip wax, is applied in thin layers. Large expanses of skin, such as the arms, legs, and back, are the most significant candidates. A stick or a roller are used to apply wax to the skin. Then you place a strip of fabric on top, pressing it down firmly to ensure it adheres. To remove the hair, you swiftly take it off.

Hard Wax

Hard wax is typically used on smaller body parts, such as the underarms, upper lip, and bikini region. Hard wax is heated first, then applied to the skin, cooling and hardening in the process. Then it is shaved off in the opposite direction of hair growth.

Fruit Wax

Fruit wax is similar to hard wax and contains fruit extracts like berries and plums. Antioxidants and vitamins are abundant in these fruits, which are helpful to the skin. It is very mild on the skin and may be used on the same spot numerous times.

Chocolate Wax

This wax's main component is chocolate, which offers a variety of skin-friendly properties. It is antioxidant-rich and soothing on the skin, similar to fruit wax. It also has anti-inflammatory properties due to the presence of oils, including almond and soybean and glycerin.

Sugar Wax

This is one of the oldest waxes. Sugar, hot water, and lemon are used to make it. Sugar wax, rather than soft or hard wax, is better for sensitive skin because it is derived from natural components and is just as effective.

Choosing Waxes

Other varieties of wax are available. Therefore, the above list is not exhaustive. Artificial chemicals and kinds of paraffin are avoided in certain waxes. Others have unique fragrances and odours. Before deciding on a wax, be sure to look at the components list. Some clients may be allergic to particular components or have skin sensitivities that prevent them from utilizing certain ingredients.

Qualities of Soft and Hard Wax

To generalize, there are a few key points to keep in mind for every wax variety.

Hot and Cold Wax

Depending on the formulation, both hard and soft wax can be applied hot or cold. Each kind has its own set of advantages. Due to the lack of heat, at-home kits employ cold wax on pre-made strips and have a decreased chance of hurting the skin. Cold wax is also more convenient to travel with and apply on the go.

Module 5: The Waxing Process

We will go through each stage of the waxing process in this module. Always be sure you have had the appropriate training before waxing delicate or private regions, whether on yourself or others.

Best Practices

  • We are ensuring optimal hair length.
  • Avoid retinoid creams before waxing.
  • We are reducing discomfort.
  • Cleaning.
  • It is warming the wax.

Module 6: Client Consultation

Consultations are more than simply a way to learn about a client's needs. They enable you to find any contraindications that may be harming your customer, allowing you to proceed in the safest manner possible. We will go through every step of the consultation process in this module so you can provide the best possible service to your clients.

Building Client Relationships

Waxing may be a challenging and unpleasant experience for some individuals, so it is crucial to demonstrate to the client that you are confident in what you are doing as a professional. Your customer will feel comfortable and in excellent hands if you have good communication skills and a warm and calm environment.

Managing Expectations

Some clients may schedule an appointment when their hair is too short to wax, so you need to educate them on this. You may also inquire about your client's expectations for the treatment, their reasons for waxing, and, of course, the regions of the body they want to be waxed.

General Advice

It is critical to tell customers about aftercare and what they should do before waxing. Coffee and alcohol might make the skin more sensitive. Therefore they should avoid them before a waxing service.

Skin Assessment

You may need to analyze the customer's skin type and how it reacts to waxing before waxing. As we mentioned in unit three, you will want to ensure they do not have any contraindications. Maintain a transparent and open line of communication with the client to feel comfortable disclosing any concerns they may have throughout the meeting.

Module 7: Equipment and Products

We will go through the fundamental goods and tools you will need to operate as a waxing expert in this section of the track.

Types of Equipment

There are a variety of waxes to choose from, as previously said. Soft wax is available in the form of a cream or as a resin. It might be in the form of a jar or pre-cut strips. It is the safest option because there is no risk of burning. You will need strips to remove the wax if you use soft wax (not in pre-made strips). Fabric or paper strips are frequently pre-cut to various sizes and can be utilized on various body areas. Cloth strips are not needed to remove hard wax. It starts soft and warm, then cools and hardens around the hair as it dries. It may be peeled and removed once it has hardened.

Disposable Items

Cross-contamination between persons can be avoided by using individually packaged, disposable goods. You cannot be sure your equipment is clean unless you use a prepackaged, single-use disposable item since wax and tools can retain bacteria.

Sourcing Products

Protecting your supply chain is critical if you own a waxing business. You will not be able to open or treat your clients if you do not have wax. It may be disastrous to run out of crucial materials and have to cancel appointments as a result.

Module 8: Pre-Treatment Recommendations

We will review pre-treatment suggestions and best practices in this section of the course to ensure that customers are prepared for their waxing sessions.

Client Preparation

There are a few waxing guidelines that therapists should provide their customers, regardless of the waxed region. These tips include everything a customer should do in advance of their waxing service.

Shaving and Checking the Skin

Clients must give ample time for their shaven regions to grow back to a length of between a quarter and half an inch. This is to get the most acceptable waxing results possible. Overly long hair is more likely to break and is more difficult to remove.

Moisturizing and Products

Soft skin goes hand in hand with a suitable waxing procedure. As a result, customers are advised to hydrate well the night before their waxing session (either a water-based moisturizer or a pre-waxing moisturizer). Moisturizing the regions that will be waxed softens the skin, which improves the waxing process by allowing the wax to release more readily and therefore reducing discomfort.

Exfoliation

When it comes to facial waxing, which covers the upper lip, cheeks, and sideburns, customers are advised to keep their regular face washing routine but avoid excessive exfoliation.

Sun Exposure

On the day of their waxing treatment, clients are also advised to stay out of the sun. This is because exposure to the sun increases skin sensitivity, leading to skin irritation or pain following the waxing procedure.

Hygiene

The fact that the roots of the hairs are plucked out during the waxing procedure allows infection or germs to infiltrate the skin. As a result, customers are recommended to carefully cleanse the region before their waxing appointment to ensure that their skin is clean.

Pain Medication

Pain medication, such as ibuprofen, is recommended for clients with a low pain tolerance thirty minutes before their waxing procedure. This will assist in relieving some of the discomforts and making the procedure more comfortable.

Consequences

Clients who do not follow these instructions risk damage, discomfort, infection, or an unpleasant waxing experience. As a result, individuals must be fully educated about all of these suggestions and advice to be properly prepared for their appointment and have a safe and enjoyable waxing experience.

Module 9: Waxing the Face

We will talk about waxing the face and why the face is such a unique aspect of the body in this course section. Waxing the face requires extra attention since it is both prominent and quite sensitive.

Technique

Waxing the face requires the use of the proper technique for the target body area. The procedure is crucial because it decreases the risk of ingrown hairs and alleviates discomfort.

Patterns

Clients may request particular waxing patterns from time to time. For example, they are waxing in a certain pattern around the brows, moustache, beard, or sideburns.

Types of Facial Hair

On the face, there are two varieties of hair: vellus hair, which is thinner and more transparent than other hair on the body, and terminal hair, which is more robust, thicker, and longer than vellus hair. The type of hair present on the face and the amount of each hair type varies from person to person. This is related to the presence of various hormone levels.

Purpose

  • Smooth skin and hygiene
  • Confidence
  • Convenience

Module 10: Waxing the Upper Lip

We will talk about how to wax the upper lip in this part. This is a separate part of the face with its own set of methods.

Considerations

When waxing around the top lip, there are several things to keep in mind. It is crucial to choose suitable pre-waxing cleansers and oils. To clean the top lip and remove any extra oil, dirt, or dead skin cells, apply a pre-waxing cleanser and oil before applying the wax. This will assist in preventing the spread of germs and illnesses.

Types of Upper Lip Hair

Both forms of hair can be found on the upper lip at different times in one's life. Vellus hairs can be seen on the upper lip before puberty. However, due to an increase in the hormone androgen, vellus hairs transform into terminal hairs following puberty.

Purpose

Waxing the upper lip may be desired by clients for a variety of reasons. Although the method is pretty consistent, it is still good to ask customers about particular goals before beginning a waxing session.

Module 11: Waxing the Chin

Even though many people have a tumultuous connection with yesterday's and today's beauty standards, it is typical to wish to get rid of chin hair. Waxing may give your skin a smoother, cleaner appearance. We will go through the best technique to wax this thin section of the body in this module.

Types of Hair Present

It is widespread for folks to notice unwanted hair on their chin. The word "peach fuzz" is a colloquial name for short, fine hair on the chin. Androgen is a hormone found in everyone's body. On their chins, higher amounts of androgen result in darker, longer, and coarser hairs.

Types of Chin Hair

On the face, both vellus and terminal hair can be found. Even though terminal hair is coarser, the texture varies from person to person. Depending on the person's hair colour, chin hair may be more prominent. Vellus hair is more visible on those with darker skin tones. Dark hair will also show out more against light skin. Thus waxing this region should be a top focus.

Challenges of Waxing

Waxing is the quickest and most efficient approach to remove fine hairs on the chin. However, the way the chin curves may be a challenging portion of the body to work with.

Purpose

Waxing the chin, as previously indicated, may give the face an even, sleek appearance. It also eliminates the possibility of unsightly nicks from shaving a curved region, making it less likely for individuals to hurt themselves accidentally.

Module 12: Waxing Eyebrows

The appearance of a beautiful arch and well-defined brow is a big focus of today's beauty standards. Many procedures exist for achieving the ideal brow shape, the most common of which is waxing.

Types of Hair Found in Eyebrows

Eyebrows have a variety of hair kinds, growth patterns, and settings. Knowing the different methods of eyebrow waxing enables you to get the best results. Terminal hair is used to make brows. The thickness and density of a client's hair, on the other hand, might vary considerably.

Eyebrow Shaping and Designs

Grooming practices have evolved dramatically throughout time, but the focus on brow shape and design has grown more prominent in recent years. In the 1920s, women's brows were designed to seem sad or cheerful without saying anything. One of the first eyebrow design trends was established by this.

Purpose

Waxing the brow region is most commonly done to get the brows' ideal arch, shape, and thickness.

Module 13: Underarm Waxing

We will talk about the most acceptable underarm waxing methods in this part. The underarms can be treated using the same general approaches as the rest of the body. This part of the body, however, provides certain specific obstacles that need extra planning.

Pre-Treatment Recommendations

When waxing the underarms, it is incredibly vital to prepare ahead of time. Because sweat in the armpits is heavier than in other body parts, more germs can grow here. Advise your clients to wipe beneath their arms before their sessions and to prevent sweating excessively.

Challenges in Waxing Underarms

Advise your customers not to use deodorant before getting their underarms waxed since any extra material might interfere with the wax's adherence. Because most individuals use deodorant regularly, it could be a good idea to remind customers of this tip before booking so that they can prepare ahead of time.

Purpose of Underarm Waxing

Ingrown hair is avoided by waxing rather than shaving the underarms. The hair will grow thinner and less uniformly if the customer waxes often.

Module 14: Arm Waxing

We will talk about arm waxing in this section of the course and why individuals do it. The arms are covered in vellus hair, unlike the underarms. It is not always apparent since it is more acceptable. Waxing the arms has become less popular as a result, though it is still done.

Challenges in Waxing Arms

While the waxing procedure is identical to that used on other body parts, treating, arms might provide some unique complications. For one thing, because they are constantly exposed to the weather, they are more prone to get scratches, bruises, or sunburn.

Purpose of Waxing Arms

Waxing the arms has several advantages. Some of these uses are specialized.

Module 15: Chest Waxing

We will go into chest waxing and how this body can be tough to treat in this module.

Types of Chest Hair

Hair grows on the chest during adolescence and into maturity. As hormone levels grow, fine chest hair transforms into dense terminal hair. Every person's chest hair has a different texture, thickness, and coverage area, depending on genetics. Some individuals have light chest hair that only covers a small region, while others have dense hair covering a large area of the chest and belly.

Challenges of Waxing the Chest

Because the chest region is so big, careful preparation is required to make the procedure as painless as possible for the client.

  • Use of the correct type of wax
  • Trimming long hair before waxing
  • Waxing section by section

Purpose

Shaving the chest may be more convenient because it may be done at home without assistance. On the other hand, many clientele prefers waxing since it eliminates the need to shave their chest every other day.

Module 16: Leg Waxing

The practice of leg waxing will be covered in Module 16. Waxing of half or whole legs is available at several establishments. Many provide packages that include both leg and other forms of waxing. Because shaving such a vast area daily might be uncomfortable, leg waxing is quite popular. This is especially crucial for persons who wear dresses, shorts, or other leg-bearing clothes.

Types of Leg Hair

The legs are coated with dense, long terminal hair that is typically apparent. The hair on the client's legs will be stiff and thick if they have never had them waxed.

Challenges of Waxing Legs

Legs are usually waxed using soft wax since the skin is less sensitive and there is a larger surface area to wax. Furthermore, the thinner consistency of soft wax is excellent for thoroughly covering leg hair, resulting in outstanding results. New waxes have been created to remove shorter hair than previously advised, allowing customers to return sooner. Clients can choose from a variety of alternatives to meet their specific requirements.

Purpose

Leg waxing can be used as part of a beautification routine or to improve sports performance, much like other body parts. Waxing can also be less expensive than shaving regularly for clients who would otherwise buy pricey razors or shaving products.

Module 17: Back Waxing

We will talk about back hair and why waxing in this region is still popular with many individuals in this course section.

Types of Back Hair

Depending on hereditary causes, back hair is frequently coarse and thick. Back hair is vital because it acts as insulation on cold days and offers a bigger surface for heat dissipation during hot weather.

Challenges of Back Waxing

Recommendations for hair removal differ depending on how much back hair there is. The best option is usually soft wax. With the use of soft wax, large areas may be waxed efficiently. Clients and experts alike favour this strategy.

Purpose

Despite the need for back hair, many people prefer to remove it for cosmetic and comfort reasons. Backs that are clean and hair-free are considered a beauty standard by many. Hair depilatory creams are other hair removal solutions that may be utilized for smaller regions or more delicate hair. They are not, however, excellent for eliminating dense back hair.

Module 18: Bikini Waxing

We will talk about the different types of hair in the region and the best ways to eliminate it in this bikini waxing lesson. We will also go through several wax patterns and popular styles.

Types of Hair

The bikini area's hair is coarser than the rest of the body's hair. It is also possible that it is drier than other types of hair. If your customer is used to waxing, their hair may be shorter, but those new to bikini waxing may require more care.

Preparation

There are a few things you should make sure your customer knows before getting a bikini wax. As is customary, the hair must be long enough for optimal removal. Thus the customer should refrain from shaving the region before waxing.

Challenges of Bikini Waxing

Some obstacles are exclusive to this area of the body.

Purpose

Waxing this area is famous for a variety of reasons. Some people find it beneficial to their hygiene. Others prefer to wax the affected region for aesthetic reasons. They might wish to be able to wear exposing underwear or swimwear to the beach with confidence. Others do it in order to strengthen their bonds.

Module 19: Aftercare Recommendations

Your client's skin will be more sensitive and prone to responses after waxing. We will go through the most remarkable aftercare advice to preserve your clients' health and wellness in this module.

Direct Aftercare

After you have finished waxing, make sure to use a coolant. Not only will this relieve inflammation, but it will also reduce the size of the pores, lowering the chance of infection. You may do this with cold water or ice cubes. To avoid direct contact with the skin, wrap the ice cubes in a clean cloth.

Signs of Complications

Check for any adverse effects on your client's skin. Keep an eye out for rashes, bumps, or any other signs of an adverse response. Waxing can sometimes result in bleeding, so keep an antibiotic on hand. Clean the area with a mild cleanser if you detect the skin breaking out and pimples appearing.

Discussing Aftercare

It is critical to explain to your customer how to care for their waxed skin in the days following their session. During the first 48 hours after waxing, the skin needs the most attention. During this period, people should avoid washing with boiling water and use mild moisturizers.

Module 20: Safety and Preparedness

This topic covers waxing salon safety and cleanliness. In order to protect yourself, your clients, and the general public, you must understand when, why, and how to use sterilization and sanitation. Additionally, having a clean, safe, and hygienic waxing business will set you apart from the competition.

Regulations

  • Make sure all of your containers are labelled and protected.
  • Wash your hands well before and after each treatment or use an antibacterial hand sanitiser.
  • Use clean towels for each client.

Treating Minor Injuries

A well-stocked first-aid bag is a must-have piece of equipment for managing minor accidents at the salon. You may purchase a first aid kit or put one together yourself. Keep your items in a durable, transparent plastic box so you can see what is inside fast.

Maintaining Client Records

Whether handwritten or computerized, medical records are essential for your customers' ongoing treatment, safety, and well-being. Furthermore, these documents may be required if you are sued or held accountable for an injury.

Recognition and Accreditation

Upon successful completion of this course and achieving a passing score for the assessment, you will have all the skills and knowledge to become a waxing professional. You will also be issued with an international continuing education credit (CEU) certificate, accepted by many Esthetician and Cosmetology organizations worldwide.

The Certificate is applicable worldwide, which demonstrates your commitment to learning new skills. You can share the certificate with your friends, relatives, co-workers, and potential employers. Also, include it in your resume/CV, professional social media profiles and job applications.

Module 1: Introduction to Waxing

  • What is Waxing?

  • History of Hair Removal

  • The Purpose of Body Hair

  • The Benefits of Waxing

  • Qualifications

  • Career Outlook

  • Additional Skills

Module 2: Anatomy

  • Types of Hair

  • The Anatomy of Hair

  • Growing Cycles

  • Anatomy of the Skin

  • The Epidermis

  • The Dermis

  • The Hypodermis/Subcutaneous Tissue

Module 3: Skin Health

  • Conditions

  • Symptoms of Skin Disorders

  • Contraindications to Waxing

Module 4: Types of Wax

  • Soft Wax

  • Hard Wax

  • Fruit Wax

  • Chocolate Wax

  • Sugar Wax

  • Choosing Waxes

  • Qualities of Soft and Hard Wax

  • Hot and Cold Wax

Module 5: The Waxing Process

  • Best Practices

Module 6: Client Consultation

  • Building Client Relationships

  • Managing Expectations

  • General Advice

  • Skin Assessment

Module 7: Equipment and Products

  • Types of Equipment

  • Disposable Items

  • Sourcing Products

Module 8: Pre-Treatment Recommendations

  • Client Preparation

  • Shaving and Checking the Skin

  • Moisturizing and Products

  • Exfoliation

  • Sun Exposure

  • Hygiene

  • Pain Medication

  • Consequences

Module 9: Waxing the Face

  • Technique

  • Patterns

  • Types of Facial Hair

  • Purpose

Module 10: Waxing the Upper Lip

  • Considerations

  • Types of Upper Lip Hair

  • Purpose

Module 11: Waxing the Chin

  • Types of Hair Present

  • Types of Chin Hair

  • Challenges of Waxing

  • Purpose

Module 12: Waxing Eyebrows

  • Types of Hair Found in Eyebrows

  • Eyebrow Shaping and Designs

  • Purpose

Module 13: Underarm Waxing

  • Pre-Treatment Recommendations

  • Challenges in Waxing Underarms

  • Purpose of Underarm Waxing

Module 14: Arm Waxing

  • Challenges in Waxing Arms

  • Purpose of Waxing Arms

Module 15: Chest Waxing

  • Types of Chest Hair

  • Challenges of Waxing the Chest

  • Purpose

Module 16: Leg Waxing

  • Types of Leg Hair

  • Challenges of Waxing Legs

  • Purpose

Module 17: Back Waxing

  • Types of Back Hair

  • Challenges of Back Waxing

  • Purpose

Module 18: Bikini Waxing

  • Types of Hair

  • Preparation

  • Challenges of Bikini Waxing

  • Purpose

Module 19: Aftercare Recommendations

  • Direct Aftercare

  • Signs of Complications

  • Discussing Aftercare

Module 20: Safety and Preparedness

  • Regulations

  • Treating Minor Injuries

  • Maintaining Client Records

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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About this Course

Study Waxing Online Course and Begin a Rewarding Career in Health and Beauty

Our Waxing Online Course is designed for anyone planning to start a career as a professional waxer or those already employed in the beauty business who want to learn more. This course is for those who want to go to an esthetician school and acquire a cosmetology license or if you want to increase the range of services you can provide your customers.

The Waxing Course exposes you to new knowledge and competencies so after completion, you will be familiar with essential procedures, popular styles, and the best types of wax to use for optimal outcomes. You do not need any experience if you have a passion for beauty, an outgoing attitude, and a desire to assist others to live a hair-free life.

You might also take eyelash growth and brow classes, therapy courses, and nail technology courses in addition to body waxing. These courses will provide you with all necessary materials for obtaining your cosmetologist license or perhaps starting your practice. 

What you will learn with our Waxing Online Course 

Unlike a lot of other online waxing courses, there is no set time limit in which you have to complete the course. You can take as little as a few days to finish or, if you’re really short on time, you can spread the different wax course modules over a few years. 

Our waxing training course covers all the information that licensed estheticians are expected to know and provides you with a comprehensive overview of what you would learn at a top-end beauty academy. 

The waxing certificate you gain at the end of the program will also go towards helping you get a waxing license. Here are just some of the main topics covered in this comprehensive online waxing certificate course:

  • Introduction to Waxing
  • Anatomy
  • Skin Health
  • Types of Wax
  • The Waxing Process
  • Client Consultation
  • Equipment and Products
  • Pre-Treatment Recommendations
  • Waxing the Face
  • Waxing the Upper Lip
  • Waxing the Chin
  • Waxing Eyebrows
  • Underarm Waxing
  • Arm Waxing
  • Chest Waxing
  • Leg Waxing
  • Back Waxing
  • Bikini Waxing
  • Aftercare Recommendations
  • Safety and Preparedness

What are the requirements for the waxing certification course? 

Don’t worry if you don’t know your bikini waxes from your Brazilian waxes just yet, because the easy-to-manage modules will teach you everything you need to know. 

The waxing certificate online course is delivered 100% online and will take around 20 hours of study time to complete. Materials are available to learners 24/7 and there are no set start dates and end dates. 

As with all of our other online waxing courses, learners can complete it entirely in their own time. To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and possess the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources.
  • Have access to a mobile device with internet connectivity, such as a laptop, desktop, or tablet.
  • Be a self-directed learner.
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills.

Quick course facts

In this waxing program, you will find that:

  • The course content is structured in a way that makes it easy to follow and quick to complete.
  • Registered students gain unrestricted access to the course materials.
  • All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device.
  • You can study online from anywhere in your own time and at your own pace.
  • All students who complete the course will be awarded a certificate of completion.
  • Waxing video demonstrations are provided for a visual learning experience.

For any additional questions, please refer to our comprehensive FAQs tab above to find out more information about the course.

Waxing Online Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Waxing

We will talk about waxing and hair removal for cosmetic reasons in this module. We will talk about what body hair is for and how it can help us. We will also go over all of the advantages of waxing, such as having clear skin and getting rid of dead skin cells. We will also talk about some of the legal requirements for waxing.

What is Waxing?

Waxing is a method of hair removal that removes hair from the root using various types of wax. It is a semi-permanent approach. It takes three to eight weeks for the hair to regrow.

History of Hair Removal

Waxing has a far longer history than most people realize. Waxing may be dated back to 1150 BCE when ancient Egyptians used a practice known as sugaring to remove their hair. The Greeks started removing hair in specialist establishments about 500 BCE. Wealthy persons even owned slaves trained mainly to remove hair. It was customary for young men in the Roman Empire to shave their legs. Pine resin was frequently used to burn it off.

The Purpose of Body Hair

Humans evolved body hair as a way to help them survive in harsh environments. Hair, for example, may shield our skin from the sun's rays while also insulating us from the cold. Hair follicle stem cells help mend cuts and other wounds, and hair contributes to healthy skin health.

The Benefits of Waxing

Waxing can successfully remove hair from practically anybody region while also ensuring that it is gone entirely from the root.

Qualifications

To become a registered waxing therapist in your state, you may need to complete specialized training. Waxing can be done lawfully if you have a cosmetology or esthetics degree. Instead of pursuing a degree, you may go for a certification. You may attend various speciality courses to get competence with waxing and hair removal, which is especially crucial if you want to provide Brazilian or other types of biking waxes.

Career Outlook

Many waxing professionals join established salons since waxing is frequently given in combination with other procedures. Some people work as independent contractors on an as-needed basis if they do not accept an in-house employment offer.

Additional Skills

Other supplementary skills in marketing, business, and finance might help waxing professionals who want to pursue a career in waxing. Starting a firm necessitates a diverse set of skills, ranging from people management to customer acquisition. You might also want to study other types of hair removal to broaden your knowledge. Laser technology, for example, is a rapidly developing subject that may help you stand out in the crowded beauty business.

Module 2: Anatomy

Module 2 is now available. We will talk about anatomy and how it pertains to body hair in this section of the course. Except for the palms, soles of the feet, mucosal parts of the lips, and external genitalia, the whole body is covered with hair.

Types of Hair

There are two types of hair follicles on the human body: terminal and vellus hair follicles.

The Anatomy of Hair

The root and the shaft are the two parts of the hair. The root, which is located in the dermis, is the live component of the hair. The follicle surrounds the root and connects to the sebaceous (oil) gland on the skin's surface. Hair root cells divide quickly within the follicle. The hair shaft, which extends beyond the epidermis, is formed when more cells develop and push the older ones ahead. The cells that create hair die as it grows closer to the epidermis' surface.

Growing Cycles

At the same time, body hair does not act in the same manner. Individual hairs on the body have their activity cycles, even though they do not appear to be very complicated. When the hair shaft is actively developing, it becomes longer during the anagen phase. It lasts for a while before slowing down into a telogen phase of rest.

Anatomy of the Skin

At the same time, body hair does not act in the same manner. Individual hairs on the body have their activity cycles, even though they do not appear to be very complicated. When the hair shaft is actively developing, it becomes longer during the anagen phase. It lasts for a while before slowing down into a telogen phase of rest.

The Epidermis

The epidermis is the outermost layer of the skin. It acts as a water barrier. Melanocytes are cells found in the epidermis and produce the pigment melanin, which gives the skin its colour. The epidermis thickness varies depending on the bodily part. It is only half a millimetre on the eyelids. On the feet, it is three times thicker.

The Dermis

The dermis is divided into the thin papillary dermis on the outside and the thicker reticular dermis on the inside. Hair follicles, capillaries, glands, and nerve endings are all found in this area of the skin. It contains reticular fibres, elastic tissue, and collagen in particular. The dermis creates oils in the skin and aiding in body temperature regulation through perspiration.

The Hypodermis/Subcutaneous Tissue

The most profound component of the skin is called subcutaneous tissue. Fat, nerves, blood arteries, and connective tissue all make up this structure. Its thickness fluctuates depending on where on the body it is located, much like the other layers. It can safeguard the body by absorbing impact and shielding internal organs.

Module 3: Skin Health

We will talk about skin issues that might influence waxing in Module 3. We will also go over some skin-care recommended practices.

Conditions

Hair and skin health are affected by a variety of factors. Among the most common are the ones listed below.

  • Androgenetic alopecia: This disorder causes hair loss on the scalp. It is also known as male or female-pattern hair loss.
  • Telogen effluvium: This disorder involves significant scalp hair loss and can spread to other body parts under challenging situations, such as the brows or the pubic region.
  • Alopecia areata: This disorder arises when the body's immune system starts attacking hair follicles resulting in hair falling out in patches on various body parts.

Symptoms of Skin Disorders

Skin problems can manifest themselves in a variety of ways, each with various degrees of severity. Symptoms might be temporary or long-term. Some are hereditary, while allergies or other environmental factors trigger others.

  • Acne: Breakouts on the skin composed of pimples, blackheads, cysts, and nodules.
  • Cold sores: Red, irritating, and fluid-filled pustules near the mouth and lips. The afflicted region may tingle or burn before the sore becomes noticeable.
  • Blisters: A watery, transparent, fluid-filled region on the skin.

Contraindications to Waxing

  • Are you taking antibiotics or acne medicine.
  • Have taken isotretinoin within six months
  • Are using skin peeling or skin thinning procedures

Module 4: Types of Wax

We will look at the many types of wax used in treatments in this section. Different types of wax may be required for different regions of the body. Wax comes in various forms, including soft, hard, fruit, chocolate, and sugar wax. Let us take a look at what each one does and how it helps you.

Soft Wax

Soft wax often called strip wax, is applied in thin layers. Large expanses of skin, such as the arms, legs, and back, are the most significant candidates. A stick or a roller are used to apply wax to the skin. Then you place a strip of fabric on top, pressing it down firmly to ensure it adheres. To remove the hair, you swiftly take it off.

Hard Wax

Hard wax is typically used on smaller body parts, such as the underarms, upper lip, and bikini region. Hard wax is heated first, then applied to the skin, cooling and hardening in the process. Then it is shaved off in the opposite direction of hair growth.

Fruit Wax

Fruit wax is similar to hard wax and contains fruit extracts like berries and plums. Antioxidants and vitamins are abundant in these fruits, which are helpful to the skin. It is very mild on the skin and may be used on the same spot numerous times.

Chocolate Wax

This wax's main component is chocolate, which offers a variety of skin-friendly properties. It is antioxidant-rich and soothing on the skin, similar to fruit wax. It also has anti-inflammatory properties due to the presence of oils, including almond and soybean and glycerin.

Sugar Wax

This is one of the oldest waxes. Sugar, hot water, and lemon are used to make it. Sugar wax, rather than soft or hard wax, is better for sensitive skin because it is derived from natural components and is just as effective.

Choosing Waxes

Other varieties of wax are available. Therefore, the above list is not exhaustive. Artificial chemicals and kinds of paraffin are avoided in certain waxes. Others have unique fragrances and odours. Before deciding on a wax, be sure to look at the components list. Some clients may be allergic to particular components or have skin sensitivities that prevent them from utilizing certain ingredients.

Qualities of Soft and Hard Wax

To generalize, there are a few key points to keep in mind for every wax variety.

Hot and Cold Wax

Depending on the formulation, both hard and soft wax can be applied hot or cold. Each kind has its own set of advantages. Due to the lack of heat, at-home kits employ cold wax on pre-made strips and have a decreased chance of hurting the skin. Cold wax is also more convenient to travel with and apply on the go.

Module 5: The Waxing Process

We will go through each stage of the waxing process in this module. Always be sure you have had the appropriate training before waxing delicate or private regions, whether on yourself or others.

Best Practices

  • We are ensuring optimal hair length.
  • Avoid retinoid creams before waxing.
  • We are reducing discomfort.
  • Cleaning.
  • It is warming the wax.

Module 6: Client Consultation

Consultations are more than simply a way to learn about a client's needs. They enable you to find any contraindications that may be harming your customer, allowing you to proceed in the safest manner possible. We will go through every step of the consultation process in this module so you can provide the best possible service to your clients.

Building Client Relationships

Waxing may be a challenging and unpleasant experience for some individuals, so it is crucial to demonstrate to the client that you are confident in what you are doing as a professional. Your customer will feel comfortable and in excellent hands if you have good communication skills and a warm and calm environment.

Managing Expectations

Some clients may schedule an appointment when their hair is too short to wax, so you need to educate them on this. You may also inquire about your client's expectations for the treatment, their reasons for waxing, and, of course, the regions of the body they want to be waxed.

General Advice

It is critical to tell customers about aftercare and what they should do before waxing. Coffee and alcohol might make the skin more sensitive. Therefore they should avoid them before a waxing service.

Skin Assessment

You may need to analyze the customer's skin type and how it reacts to waxing before waxing. As we mentioned in unit three, you will want to ensure they do not have any contraindications. Maintain a transparent and open line of communication with the client to feel comfortable disclosing any concerns they may have throughout the meeting.

Module 7: Equipment and Products

We will go through the fundamental goods and tools you will need to operate as a waxing expert in this section of the track.

Types of Equipment

There are a variety of waxes to choose from, as previously said. Soft wax is available in the form of a cream or as a resin. It might be in the form of a jar or pre-cut strips. It is the safest option because there is no risk of burning. You will need strips to remove the wax if you use soft wax (not in pre-made strips). Fabric or paper strips are frequently pre-cut to various sizes and can be utilized on various body areas. Cloth strips are not needed to remove hard wax. It starts soft and warm, then cools and hardens around the hair as it dries. It may be peeled and removed once it has hardened.

Disposable Items

Cross-contamination between persons can be avoided by using individually packaged, disposable goods. You cannot be sure your equipment is clean unless you use a prepackaged, single-use disposable item since wax and tools can retain bacteria.

Sourcing Products

Protecting your supply chain is critical if you own a waxing business. You will not be able to open or treat your clients if you do not have wax. It may be disastrous to run out of crucial materials and have to cancel appointments as a result.

Module 8: Pre-Treatment Recommendations

We will review pre-treatment suggestions and best practices in this section of the course to ensure that customers are prepared for their waxing sessions.

Client Preparation

There are a few waxing guidelines that therapists should provide their customers, regardless of the waxed region. These tips include everything a customer should do in advance of their waxing service.

Shaving and Checking the Skin

Clients must give ample time for their shaven regions to grow back to a length of between a quarter and half an inch. This is to get the most acceptable waxing results possible. Overly long hair is more likely to break and is more difficult to remove.

Moisturizing and Products

Soft skin goes hand in hand with a suitable waxing procedure. As a result, customers are advised to hydrate well the night before their waxing session (either a water-based moisturizer or a pre-waxing moisturizer). Moisturizing the regions that will be waxed softens the skin, which improves the waxing process by allowing the wax to release more readily and therefore reducing discomfort.

Exfoliation

When it comes to facial waxing, which covers the upper lip, cheeks, and sideburns, customers are advised to keep their regular face washing routine but avoid excessive exfoliation.

Sun Exposure

On the day of their waxing treatment, clients are also advised to stay out of the sun. This is because exposure to the sun increases skin sensitivity, leading to skin irritation or pain following the waxing procedure.

Hygiene

The fact that the roots of the hairs are plucked out during the waxing procedure allows infection or germs to infiltrate the skin. As a result, customers are recommended to carefully cleanse the region before their waxing appointment to ensure that their skin is clean.

Pain Medication

Pain medication, such as ibuprofen, is recommended for clients with a low pain tolerance thirty minutes before their waxing procedure. This will assist in relieving some of the discomforts and making the procedure more comfortable.

Consequences

Clients who do not follow these instructions risk damage, discomfort, infection, or an unpleasant waxing experience. As a result, individuals must be fully educated about all of these suggestions and advice to be properly prepared for their appointment and have a safe and enjoyable waxing experience.

Module 9: Waxing the Face

We will talk about waxing the face and why the face is such a unique aspect of the body in this course section. Waxing the face requires extra attention since it is both prominent and quite sensitive.

Technique

Waxing the face requires the use of the proper technique for the target body area. The procedure is crucial because it decreases the risk of ingrown hairs and alleviates discomfort.

Patterns

Clients may request particular waxing patterns from time to time. For example, they are waxing in a certain pattern around the brows, moustache, beard, or sideburns.

Types of Facial Hair

On the face, there are two varieties of hair: vellus hair, which is thinner and more transparent than other hair on the body, and terminal hair, which is more robust, thicker, and longer than vellus hair. The type of hair present on the face and the amount of each hair type varies from person to person. This is related to the presence of various hormone levels.

Purpose

  • Smooth skin and hygiene
  • Confidence
  • Convenience

Module 10: Waxing the Upper Lip

We will talk about how to wax the upper lip in this part. This is a separate part of the face with its own set of methods.

Considerations

When waxing around the top lip, there are several things to keep in mind. It is crucial to choose suitable pre-waxing cleansers and oils. To clean the top lip and remove any extra oil, dirt, or dead skin cells, apply a pre-waxing cleanser and oil before applying the wax. This will assist in preventing the spread of germs and illnesses.

Types of Upper Lip Hair

Both forms of hair can be found on the upper lip at different times in one's life. Vellus hairs can be seen on the upper lip before puberty. However, due to an increase in the hormone androgen, vellus hairs transform into terminal hairs following puberty.

Purpose

Waxing the upper lip may be desired by clients for a variety of reasons. Although the method is pretty consistent, it is still good to ask customers about particular goals before beginning a waxing session.

Module 11: Waxing the Chin

Even though many people have a tumultuous connection with yesterday's and today's beauty standards, it is typical to wish to get rid of chin hair. Waxing may give your skin a smoother, cleaner appearance. We will go through the best technique to wax this thin section of the body in this module.

Types of Hair Present

It is widespread for folks to notice unwanted hair on their chin. The word "peach fuzz" is a colloquial name for short, fine hair on the chin. Androgen is a hormone found in everyone's body. On their chins, higher amounts of androgen result in darker, longer, and coarser hairs.

Types of Chin Hair

On the face, both vellus and terminal hair can be found. Even though terminal hair is coarser, the texture varies from person to person. Depending on the person's hair colour, chin hair may be more prominent. Vellus hair is more visible on those with darker skin tones. Dark hair will also show out more against light skin. Thus waxing this region should be a top focus.

Challenges of Waxing

Waxing is the quickest and most efficient approach to remove fine hairs on the chin. However, the way the chin curves may be a challenging portion of the body to work with.

Purpose

Waxing the chin, as previously indicated, may give the face an even, sleek appearance. It also eliminates the possibility of unsightly nicks from shaving a curved region, making it less likely for individuals to hurt themselves accidentally.

Module 12: Waxing Eyebrows

The appearance of a beautiful arch and well-defined brow is a big focus of today's beauty standards. Many procedures exist for achieving the ideal brow shape, the most common of which is waxing.

Types of Hair Found in Eyebrows

Eyebrows have a variety of hair kinds, growth patterns, and settings. Knowing the different methods of eyebrow waxing enables you to get the best results. Terminal hair is used to make brows. The thickness and density of a client's hair, on the other hand, might vary considerably.

Eyebrow Shaping and Designs

Grooming practices have evolved dramatically throughout time, but the focus on brow shape and design has grown more prominent in recent years. In the 1920s, women's brows were designed to seem sad or cheerful without saying anything. One of the first eyebrow design trends was established by this.

Purpose

Waxing the brow region is most commonly done to get the brows' ideal arch, shape, and thickness.

Module 13: Underarm Waxing

We will talk about the most acceptable underarm waxing methods in this part. The underarms can be treated using the same general approaches as the rest of the body. This part of the body, however, provides certain specific obstacles that need extra planning.

Pre-Treatment Recommendations

When waxing the underarms, it is incredibly vital to prepare ahead of time. Because sweat in the armpits is heavier than in other body parts, more germs can grow here. Advise your clients to wipe beneath their arms before their sessions and to prevent sweating excessively.

Challenges in Waxing Underarms

Advise your customers not to use deodorant before getting their underarms waxed since any extra material might interfere with the wax's adherence. Because most individuals use deodorant regularly, it could be a good idea to remind customers of this tip before booking so that they can prepare ahead of time.

Purpose of Underarm Waxing

Ingrown hair is avoided by waxing rather than shaving the underarms. The hair will grow thinner and less uniformly if the customer waxes often.

Module 14: Arm Waxing

We will talk about arm waxing in this section of the course and why individuals do it. The arms are covered in vellus hair, unlike the underarms. It is not always apparent since it is more acceptable. Waxing the arms has become less popular as a result, though it is still done.

Challenges in Waxing Arms

While the waxing procedure is identical to that used on other body parts, treating, arms might provide some unique complications. For one thing, because they are constantly exposed to the weather, they are more prone to get scratches, bruises, or sunburn.

Purpose of Waxing Arms

Waxing the arms has several advantages. Some of these uses are specialized.

Module 15: Chest Waxing

We will go into chest waxing and how this body can be tough to treat in this module.

Types of Chest Hair

Hair grows on the chest during adolescence and into maturity. As hormone levels grow, fine chest hair transforms into dense terminal hair. Every person's chest hair has a different texture, thickness, and coverage area, depending on genetics. Some individuals have light chest hair that only covers a small region, while others have dense hair covering a large area of the chest and belly.

Challenges of Waxing the Chest

Because the chest region is so big, careful preparation is required to make the procedure as painless as possible for the client.

  • Use of the correct type of wax
  • Trimming long hair before waxing
  • Waxing section by section

Purpose

Shaving the chest may be more convenient because it may be done at home without assistance. On the other hand, many clientele prefers waxing since it eliminates the need to shave their chest every other day.

Module 16: Leg Waxing

The practice of leg waxing will be covered in Module 16. Waxing of half or whole legs is available at several establishments. Many provide packages that include both leg and other forms of waxing. Because shaving such a vast area daily might be uncomfortable, leg waxing is quite popular. This is especially crucial for persons who wear dresses, shorts, or other leg-bearing clothes.

Types of Leg Hair

The legs are coated with dense, long terminal hair that is typically apparent. The hair on the client's legs will be stiff and thick if they have never had them waxed.

Challenges of Waxing Legs

Legs are usually waxed using soft wax since the skin is less sensitive and there is a larger surface area to wax. Furthermore, the thinner consistency of soft wax is excellent for thoroughly covering leg hair, resulting in outstanding results. New waxes have been created to remove shorter hair than previously advised, allowing customers to return sooner. Clients can choose from a variety of alternatives to meet their specific requirements.

Purpose

Leg waxing can be used as part of a beautification routine or to improve sports performance, much like other body parts. Waxing can also be less expensive than shaving regularly for clients who would otherwise buy pricey razors or shaving products.

Module 17: Back Waxing

We will talk about back hair and why waxing in this region is still popular with many individuals in this course section.

Types of Back Hair

Depending on hereditary causes, back hair is frequently coarse and thick. Back hair is vital because it acts as insulation on cold days and offers a bigger surface for heat dissipation during hot weather.

Challenges of Back Waxing

Recommendations for hair removal differ depending on how much back hair there is. The best option is usually soft wax. With the use of soft wax, large areas may be waxed efficiently. Clients and experts alike favour this strategy.

Purpose

Despite the need for back hair, many people prefer to remove it for cosmetic and comfort reasons. Backs that are clean and hair-free are considered a beauty standard by many. Hair depilatory creams are other hair removal solutions that may be utilized for smaller regions or more delicate hair. They are not, however, excellent for eliminating dense back hair.

Module 18: Bikini Waxing

We will talk about the different types of hair in the region and the best ways to eliminate it in this bikini waxing lesson. We will also go through several wax patterns and popular styles.

Types of Hair

The bikini area's hair is coarser than the rest of the body's hair. It is also possible that it is drier than other types of hair. If your customer is used to waxing, their hair may be shorter, but those new to bikini waxing may require more care.

Preparation

There are a few things you should make sure your customer knows before getting a bikini wax. As is customary, the hair must be long enough for optimal removal. Thus the customer should refrain from shaving the region before waxing.

Challenges of Bikini Waxing

Some obstacles are exclusive to this area of the body.

Purpose

Waxing this area is famous for a variety of reasons. Some people find it beneficial to their hygiene. Others prefer to wax the affected region for aesthetic reasons. They might wish to be able to wear exposing underwear or swimwear to the beach with confidence. Others do it in order to strengthen their bonds.

Module 19: Aftercare Recommendations

Your client's skin will be more sensitive and prone to responses after waxing. We will go through the most remarkable aftercare advice to preserve your clients' health and wellness in this module.

Direct Aftercare

After you have finished waxing, make sure to use a coolant. Not only will this relieve inflammation, but it will also reduce the size of the pores, lowering the chance of infection. You may do this with cold water or ice cubes. To avoid direct contact with the skin, wrap the ice cubes in a clean cloth.

Signs of Complications

Check for any adverse effects on your client's skin. Keep an eye out for rashes, bumps, or any other signs of an adverse response. Waxing can sometimes result in bleeding, so keep an antibiotic on hand. Clean the area with a mild cleanser if you detect the skin breaking out and pimples appearing.

Discussing Aftercare

It is critical to explain to your customer how to care for their waxed skin in the days following their session. During the first 48 hours after waxing, the skin needs the most attention. During this period, people should avoid washing with boiling water and use mild moisturizers.

Module 20: Safety and Preparedness

This topic covers waxing salon safety and cleanliness. In order to protect yourself, your clients, and the general public, you must understand when, why, and how to use sterilization and sanitation. Additionally, having a clean, safe, and hygienic waxing business will set you apart from the competition.

Regulations

  • Make sure all of your containers are labelled and protected.
  • Wash your hands well before and after each treatment or use an antibacterial hand sanitiser.
  • Use clean towels for each client.

Treating Minor Injuries

A well-stocked first-aid bag is a must-have piece of equipment for managing minor accidents at the salon. You may purchase a first aid kit or put one together yourself. Keep your items in a durable, transparent plastic box so you can see what is inside fast.

Maintaining Client Records

Whether handwritten or computerized, medical records are essential for your customers' ongoing treatment, safety, and well-being. Furthermore, these documents may be required if you are sued or held accountable for an injury.

Recognition and Accreditation

Upon successful completion of this course and achieving a passing score for the assessment, you will have all the skills and knowledge to become a waxing professional. You will also be issued with an international continuing education credit (CEU) certificate, accepted by many Esthetician and Cosmetology organizations worldwide.

The Certificate is applicable worldwide, which demonstrates your commitment to learning new skills. You can share the certificate with your friends, relatives, co-workers, and potential employers. Also, include it in your resume/CV, professional social media profiles and job applications.

Module 1: Introduction to Waxing

  • What is Waxing?

  • History of Hair Removal

  • The Purpose of Body Hair

  • The Benefits of Waxing

  • Qualifications

  • Career Outlook

  • Additional Skills

Module 2: Anatomy

  • Types of Hair

  • The Anatomy of Hair

  • Growing Cycles

  • Anatomy of the Skin

  • The Epidermis

  • The Dermis

  • The Hypodermis/Subcutaneous Tissue

Module 3: Skin Health

  • Conditions

  • Symptoms of Skin Disorders

  • Contraindications to Waxing

Module 4: Types of Wax

  • Soft Wax

  • Hard Wax

  • Fruit Wax

  • Chocolate Wax

  • Sugar Wax

  • Choosing Waxes

  • Qualities of Soft and Hard Wax

  • Hot and Cold Wax

Module 5: The Waxing Process

  • Best Practices

Module 6: Client Consultation

  • Building Client Relationships

  • Managing Expectations

  • General Advice

  • Skin Assessment

Module 7: Equipment and Products

  • Types of Equipment

  • Disposable Items

  • Sourcing Products

Module 8: Pre-Treatment Recommendations

  • Client Preparation

  • Shaving and Checking the Skin

  • Moisturizing and Products

  • Exfoliation

  • Sun Exposure

  • Hygiene

  • Pain Medication

  • Consequences

Module 9: Waxing the Face

  • Technique

  • Patterns

  • Types of Facial Hair

  • Purpose

Module 10: Waxing the Upper Lip

  • Considerations

  • Types of Upper Lip Hair

  • Purpose

Module 11: Waxing the Chin

  • Types of Hair Present

  • Types of Chin Hair

  • Challenges of Waxing

  • Purpose

Module 12: Waxing Eyebrows

  • Types of Hair Found in Eyebrows

  • Eyebrow Shaping and Designs

  • Purpose

Module 13: Underarm Waxing

  • Pre-Treatment Recommendations

  • Challenges in Waxing Underarms

  • Purpose of Underarm Waxing

Module 14: Arm Waxing

  • Challenges in Waxing Arms

  • Purpose of Waxing Arms

Module 15: Chest Waxing

  • Types of Chest Hair

  • Challenges of Waxing the Chest

  • Purpose

Module 16: Leg Waxing

  • Types of Leg Hair

  • Challenges of Waxing Legs

  • Purpose

Module 17: Back Waxing

  • Types of Back Hair

  • Challenges of Back Waxing

  • Purpose

Module 18: Bikini Waxing

  • Types of Hair

  • Preparation

  • Challenges of Bikini Waxing

  • Purpose

Module 19: Aftercare Recommendations

  • Direct Aftercare

  • Signs of Complications

  • Discussing Aftercare

Module 20: Safety and Preparedness

  • Regulations

  • Treating Minor Injuries

  • Maintaining Client Records

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

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Students will also need access the following applications:

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Bryanna Steele

3 May 2022 12:20:04 PM

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Bryanna Steele

3 May 2022 12:01:14 PM

great

Paul David Smith

22 March 2022 06:16:57 AM

Lots of great stress management techniques in this course.

Anthony Belford

22 March 2022 01:38:40 AM

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Alondra Gomez

19 March 2022 12:34:38 PM

Easy to understand

Fabulashbyjax Beauty

8 March 2022 09:37:40 AM

Absolutely love this course!
Very detailed and will help anyone with just a bit of extra knowledge!

James Deveson

5 March 2022 12:51:18 AM

Very helpful

Andrea Ogden

25 February 2022 07:03:33 PM

This has helped me with my profession!

Jacky Coetzer

10 February 2022 08:57:30 PM

Great course thank you so much and great price.

Chantelle Catling

10 February 2022 04:46:44 AM

A very imfortmative course everthing I was looking at learning was in this course.

John Springer

9 February 2022 05:29:53 PM

learned a lot of new techniques and plenty of tips on painless waxing

Thalia Maria Campos Gonzalez

4 February 2022 03:11:44 PM

courses for success is the best way to improve your skills and very easy steps to understand each lessons, I highly recommend this program, loved it.

Ava Vance

3 February 2022 02:03:43 AM

Very technical and well eplained subjects

Jamilette Rodriguez

30 January 2022 05:22:15 AM

I am very excited to get my certificate

Liam King

26 January 2022 07:53:13 PM

It's so convenient and affordable.

Sonia Scott

20 January 2022 03:48:26 PM

This course have helped me and my waxing career in many ways than one

Dan Graham

17 January 2022 07:19:22 PM

The techniques and tips that were taught in this course were things I have never come across before

Raven Nelson

15 January 2022 07:18:41 AM

Very knowledgeable. I like the in depth explanation of waxing process.

Deirdre Watson

13 January 2022 10:49:26 AM

I've been waxing for years and I was able to learn all kinds of new techniques and methods from this course.

Sana Khan

11 January 2022 06:33:30 AM

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