Transitioning to a business owner by opening one’s own waxing spa is a huge undertaking, but in turn, it can be quite a rewarding experience. Waxing can be a very resourceful business that generates great profits. As clients seek to return every four to six weeks, client loyalty increases, and spas are guaranteed a steady income. Additionally, there are lots of ways to grow the business through add-on services and retail products that focus on clients’ waxing needs. For example, offering solutions to clients’ ingrown hair problems by retailing products that specifically target this issue will not only grow the overall bottom line but will also help clients with their at-home care in between waxing services.
Although there is a lot to consider prior to taking the official leap to starting one’s own waxing studio, as it will take more than just being a skilled aesthetician, consider the upside of growing a business with passion and all that has to offer. Waxing is a service that is growing in popularity as it provides instant gratification, boosting clients’ self-confidence. Clients experience instant hair-free smooth results and leave feeling satisfied and happy to rebook.
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Lindsay Miller is the president of LYCON Wax North America. Having first discovered LYCON Wax in the United Kingdom 10 years ago, she has dedicated her time to growing the brand across North America, including introducing LYCON to Canada. Training and product quality are extremely important to Miller, and she prides herself on building a strong team around her that can offer the best client experience possible. LYCON continues to be a market leader in hair removal wax and is used in top spas and salons around the world.