Ok,well where Perron Rigot may have a good rep with professionals but let me say this, without ruffling a few feathers...I have been in the industry for quite a few years now,in a vey busy salon(so lots of waxing)Hi there,
I have just been on a waxing course and I was just wondering which waxing systems are good - can anyone recommend any to me?
Thank you very much,
Ok,well where Perron Rigot may have a good rep with professionals but let me say this, without ruffling a few feathers...I have been in the industry for quite a few years now,in a vey busy salon(so lots of waxing)
For me,I firmly believe that it's down to your waxing expertise,not so much the wax you use,I have many clients that have been coming for years and years and NEVER ask what I use,it never even enters the conversation.:green:
Use what you are happy with,if you have problems then seek other ranges.HTH:hug:
Love and hugs Andy....an honest and professional person and good opinion from your point of view xxWell as one of the biggest fans and advocates of Perron Rigot, I have to say I agree to a large extent (no feathers ruffled here! ).
I do get many clients who come to me specifically because I use hard wax in addition to strip wax, but I suspect very few would give a fig over the actual brand, as long as it did the job as comfortably and efficiently as possible.
As a therapist I use and recommend Perron Rigot because I find it a delight to use and it gives me the results my customers and I want - hence why I'm so vocal in recommending it to others. For that reason I stand by my belief that a good wax will give better results than a poor quality product (stands to reason!), but as you rightly suggest Babs, any wax is only as good as the person using it.
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