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Winter Waxing

How to Keep Your Clients Waxing this Winter


Winter is right around the corner, bringing about warm flannels, comfy sweats, and oversized everything. Because legs and bare skin are covered most of the season, your clients might sit out a few rounds and just let their body hairs grow free. The extra coverage may keep them warm but, there are many more benefits to keep appointments rolling throughout the winter. Keep your clients looking and feeling good all winter long, using these tips to keep your appointments filled.

1. Add Some Incentive

The best thing that you can do to motivate clients to keep on waxing is give them some incentive. It’s already hard enough to leave a warm home in the cold, having to bundle up and brave the chill. But, if you add some incentive, your clients will have no problem coming to see you, making it part of their winter routine. A few incentives that you could consider are:

  • Rewards card (stamp or punch a card for a free wax after X number)
  • Refer a friend for a free or discounted wax
  • Special days (Mondays = 50% off wax)

All of these ideas are tweakable, allowing you to tailor them to your services and budget. Find one or more that works with you and start offering it to clients for the winter months to encourage them to come in for a visit.

Waxing promotes healthy, smooth, and moisturized skin, maintaining the skin barrier and encouraging the production of natural soothing oils.


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Aurora Solis

Aurora Solis is a former Licensed Esthetician and Makeup Artist turned beauty and wellness writer. With 15 years of experience in the industry, she never grows tired of the beauty industry's ever-changing landscape. Her passion is helping other beauty professionals grow and be confident in their business ventures while putting them in touch with the latest trends and education.