Hirsute you, sir
Tackling tufts and taming tendrils in the salons and barbershops of Britain, one monobrow at a time.
Men’s Facial Waxing
Introduce a unique twist to your service menu that adds instant value for male customers, with the UK’s original Waxing for Barbers course.
This half-day, hands-on workshop is just the ticket for modern barbershops, hairdressing salons and beauty therapists who are looking to extend their male grooming services and capture a new market.
Step away from the trimmers… facial waxing is a fast and simple-to-learn alternative for removing unwanted tufts from the nostrils, ears, eyebrows, temples and cheekbones. It’s a great value upsell that gets long lasting results and can easily be added to the end of a shave, facial or haircut.
All treatments can be performed either on a beauty couch or in a barber’s chair, with no need for extra floor space or expensive equipment. Setup and ongoing product costs are minimal and offer a high profit margin, with treatments taking just 5 minutes to carry out and adding £££s to a stylist’s pay packet… and your profits!
The days of the monobrow are numbered.
What you will learn
- Offer your male clientele something fresh and exciting: quick and comfortable facial hair removal from the nostrils, ears, mid-brow, temples and cheekbones, using peelable wax.
- No previous waxing experience required. Our course covers everything you need to know about hair removal hygiene, client consultation, correct skin prep, post-wax procedures and homecare.
- Get advice on pricing and promoting your new waxing services to the guys.
- Training approved by the British Barbers Association.
No previous experience necessary
Men’s facial waxing
Group workshops: £125 per person. Pre-arranged classes at regional venues across the UK.
One-to-one training: £250 per person. Private training at one of our regional centres in Basingstoke, Manchester or the Midlands.
In-house training: £500 per person (max 6 delegates) or £750 (max 12 delegates) + trainer’s travel. Delivered at your own premises, anywhere in the UK or abroad.