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Shellie xx

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Hi! I'm wondering if anyone knows of, or even better been on, some training for hollywood and brazilian waxing around the Surrey/London area. I don't mind travelling but I do really want the course to be a good one. Also, do they all teach you to use hot wax or do some show you the warm wax method? xx
 

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there are dozens of posts on this already, im sure. do a search.

also check out;

hive of beauty (i think tey do one)
caital hair and beauty
ellisons
also thalgo perhaps.
 

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Hi Shellie,

If you take a look at the Guild's Training Directory there is a list of Guild Accredited courses. You can also search by postcode to help find the nearest one. Click here to visit the Training Directory.
 

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sorry but what is hollywood waxing
 

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I thought that was a brazillian???? :irked::irked::irked: Im so confused... dang that was easy just :smack: me.

thanks hun
 

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Thank you Sandi and Kate I have never heard a brazillian reffered to as a hollywood. Hmm you learn something new everyday
 

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Technically, a brazillian is all off (back and front... landing strip optional)
 

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Technically, a brazillian is all off (back and front... landing strip optional)
really interested as to where this 'technical' view is from. would like to have a read up on it.x
 

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Thanks everyone! Am def. looking into doing it! Do you all do it at the mo then? I agree where is the 'technically' in it? I always thought a brazilian is known as most hair off but leaving a landing strip and hollywood is everything off? xx
 

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Brazillian waxes came to the united states in 1988 by way of 5 brazillian sisters. They classified it as completely bald except for a landing strip... which is optional. "playboy", "hollywood", "sphinx" all came afterwards.
 

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Interesting, thanks!x

Brazillian waxes came to the united states in 1988 by way of 5 brazillian sisters. They classified it as completely bald except for a landing strip... which is optional. "playboy", "hollywood", "sphinx" all came afterwards.
 
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