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Kim Lawless 'The Wax Queen'


Regular price £15.99 GBP
Regular price £0.00 GBP Sale price £15.99 GBP
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        We all know how annoying it is when we miss those 20% off deals, so we're giving you 20% of hot wax for FREE in every bag, all day, every day.  
          HOW?  Instead of charging you for the full Kilo, we're only charging you for 800g, so that's two free Brazilians in every bag.  Just times what you charge for a Brazilian by two and do the maths.
          • Sets immediately
          • No after sting
          • Use less 
          • Removes all types of hair with the same great results
          • It's pliable
          • Shorten your appointment time




          INCI:  Glyceryl Rosinate, Colophonium, Cera Flava (Yellow Beeswax), Ethylene/VA Copolymer, Triethylene Glycol Rosinate, Paraffin, Cocos Nucifera Oil, CI 77492, Mica, Parfum, Butylphenyl, Methylpropional, Limonene, Hexyl Cinnamal, Benzyl Salicylate.

          How To Heat Cockney Rebel

          Pour the beads into heater and turn to the highest temperature for about 20 mins. Give it a good poke and stir to mix the beads in with the melted wax. Put the lid on as this will speed things up.

          Now, drop the temperature to 57 on a digital heater, or just under half way on an analogue/dial heater.

          All heaters and room temperatures are different, so always get to know your wax before letting loose on your clients. You should be able to tell at a glance that it’s at the correct temperature to ensure safe and effective hair removal.

          Tip! The trick is to melt the wax on 'high' for long enough before you turn it down, because if it’s not melted properly to start with, you’ll be chasing your tail all day and fiddling with the temperature. If it’s too cool, you’ll use twice as much wax (throwing your profits down the drain) and you’ll drag the client’s hair (not nice).

          Applying Cockney Rebel

          Cleanse the skin and dry it off. You don’t need to add anything to the skin before you apply the wax, but if you prefer, you can apply a sprinkle of talc to keep the skin dry if you prefer.  Applying a tiny dab of oil to where you’ll be lifting the wax, will make your job easy.

          Take the required amount of wax on a wooden spatula and apply in the direction of hair growth.

          If your wax is taking longer than a few moments to set, then it’s too thick or too hot. If it snaps when you remove, then it’s too thin.  The only time you might want to apply the wax a fraction thicker is on short/shaved hair, or on the labia, as you want your wax to be stronger than the hair.

          Tip! On areas such as upper lip and basic bikini line, the quicker you remove the wax, the better result. It’s literally, apply.....throw your spat..... press the wax..... remove.  Don’t forget the press the area to sooth immediately.