Learn how to use Roll-On Wax
Are your back legs and arm waxes taking too much time?
Are you making a sticky mess?
Do you want to save money on supplies?
Then this class is FOR YOU!Register NOW!
In this class you will learn how to use roller wax cartridges. This is a great way to do your clients back, arms and legs.
Tips and Tricks
Vendor Product List with Discounts
This class is for licensed estheticians, cosmetologist or beauty school students. All students must follow their state licensing.
More information on Roller Waxing
Roller wax is a type of hair removal wax that is applied using a roller applicator. The roller allows for a smooth and even application of the wax, which can be especially useful when working on larger areas of the body such as the legs or back. The wax is usually heated in a cartridge and the Libbey will show you the proper technique to removing the hair.
In the roller wax class, students are likely to learn about how to handle roller waxes, how to properly prepare the skin and wax for hair removal, and techniques for applying and removing the wax. You will also learn about aftercare for the skin to prevent irritation or ingrown hairs. Certificates and vendor product list included.
Roller waxing is often preferred by estheticians and clients for several reasons:
Efficient: The roller applicator allows for a quick and even application of the wax, which can save time in the treatment room.
Less mess: Because the wax is applied directly from the roller, there is less chance of drips or spills, which can be especially helpful when working on larger areas of the body.
More precise: The roller allows for more precise application of the wax, making it easier to target specific areas or hairs.
Less pain: The quick removal of the wax can be less painful than other hair removal methods.
- Cost less than regular waxing methods.
It is important to note that roller waxing, like any hair removal method, can cause skin irritation, redness, or ingrown hairs if not done correctly. It is important to follow proper technique and give your clients aftercare instructions to minimize these risks. If you are unsure about how to use roller wax, take our class you won't regret it.