How much do you charge for a BSC wax?

#1
How much do you charge for the back sack and crack and is their any specialist courses that are available for this waxing
 

huberella

Active Member
#2
I charge $50-75.00 canadian for this service.

Lori Nestore sells a great waxing video teaching all of this.
Eva's Esthetics
 

vicky

Southern Geek
#3
We charge 50.00 pounds (pound sign aint working)
 

Marlise

Well-Known Member
#4
I charge $50-75.00 canadian for this service.

Lori Nestore sells a great waxing video teaching all of this.
Eva's Esthetics

I sent her an email ages ago asking how much it would cost to buy the training video and it worked out to £120 for the video and postage.

Personally, I thought that was just a tad too much :eek:


Marlise
 

Axiom

Active Member
#5
I charge up to £60 for a full male Brazilian wax, and get people travelling from all over the south for their treatment.

Lori's DVD is excellent and well worth the investment, I can highly recommend it - you'll make your money back on the time you save through the tips she offers alone.

A lot of UK insurers now require therapists to attend specialist training before they will provide cover for Brazilian waxing. This will be even more vital in the coming months when the new National Occupational Standards / NVQ units on intimate waxing are introduced (which I was involved in).

Feel free to PM me for info on courses or some general tips on BSC waxing in the meantime :)

Andy x
 

Marlise

Well-Known Member
#6
Where is North Hampshire ??
 

Axiom

Active Member
#7

Marlise

Well-Known Member
#8

Snugglepuss

Well-Known Member
#9
I charge up to £60 for a full male Brazilian wax, and get people travelling from all over the south for their treatment.

Lori's DVD is excellent and well worth the investment, I can highly recommend it - you'll make your money back on the time you save through the tips she offers alone.

A lot of UK insurers now require therapists to attend specialist training before they will provide cover for Brazilian waxing. This will be even more vital in the coming months when the new National Occupational Standards / NVQ units on intimate waxing are introduced (which I was involved in).

Feel free to PM me for info on courses or some general tips on BSC waxing in the meantime :)

Andy x
Andy you are such a helpful chap :green: geeks please know this guy knows his stuff about bsc - the information he shared with me a while back was fantastic :green:
 
#10
yeh i agree , he does know his stuff and it make me proud to be a male beauty therapist. Therapists in todays industry need to be on the ball as our industry is constantly changing , striving for high standards and underpinning knowlege. And from reading every ones messages and forum submitions it prooves that we do know our stuff. As an industry we can help professionals understand the importance of up to date training and why education is important , not just for our beneift but for our clients as well.

Anyways im gonna stop rambling now lol
xxx
 
#11
A lot of UK insurers now require therapists to attend specialist training before they will provide cover for Brazilian waxing. This will be even more vital in the coming months when the new National Occupational Standards / NVQ units on intimate waxing are introduced (which I was involved in).
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Oooowww this sounds interesting! Can you divulge more or is it top secret?

K x
 

Axiom

Active Member
#12
Oooowww this sounds interesting! Can you divulge more or is it top secret?

K x
Lol, nothing secret as far as I'm aware - in response to the increased popularity and lack of standardised training around Brazilian/Hollywood waxing, Habia are in the process of finalising new occupational standards and NVQ units for male and female intimate waxing. This will hopefully ensure that therapists offering these services in the future will have a recognised level of training. Note that these are optional units intended to facilitate ongoing professional development and the achievement of additional skills, they are not a compulsory element of the current Level 2 or Level 3 awards.

I'm not sure of the roll-out date, but watch this space! :)

Andy x

P.S. Thank you Stefan and Debbie :hug:
 
#13
Lol, nothing secret as far as I'm aware - in response to the increased popularity and lack of standardised training around Brazilian/Hollywood waxing, Habia are in the process of finalising new occupational standards and NVQ units. At last draft, there were two new units proposed (one for male intimate waxing and one for female intimate waxing) which will hopefully ensure that therapists offering these services in the future will have a recognised level of training. These are optional units intended to facilitate ongoing professional development and the achievement of additional skills, they are not a compulsory element of the current Level 2 or Level 3 awards.

I'm not sure of the roll-out date, but watch this space! :)

Andy x

hallelujah! bring it on! Haven't looked at Habia web site for ages, so off of a peak.

Ta
K x
 

cantrelax

Head in the clouds Geek
#14
Yes Andy....but when are you doing teh training? I am pulling my hait out waiting!:green:
 

Axiom

Active Member
#15
Yes Andy....but when are you doing teh training? I am pulling my hait out waiting!:green:
Lol, the new year will see the launch - I want to run the best training I can offer, so took my time with research and making sure everything would meet the new Habia standards. Don't worry, I'll be sure to let you know when it's all ready to go :D
 

nailzoo

Well-Known Member
#16
Depends on the size of the "S" :)
 
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