OCT 2016

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Face Value by Linda Kossoff by Linda Kossoff vanishing acts b Industry experts share their best advice for serving and retaining facial hair removal clients. © GETTY IMAGES E stheticians are entrusted with one of clients' most important assets— their appearance—and that isn't a responsibility to be taken lightly. Just one wrong call in your pretreatment skin analysis or postprocedural product choice can lead to unsightly results, and spell disaster for your referral-dependent business. When it comes to facial hair removal, there's no margin for error. Unlike hair removal services performed on the body, the results of face work are there for everyone to see. Plus, facial skin tends to be more complex. "The face is an area with unique concerns," says Deborah Merhar, founder of Relax and Wax. "Your client may have thin or hypersensitive skin, capillary issues, rosacea, acne or a combination of these." Given these realities, we asked leaders in the hair removal sector to share their tips on how to ensure consistently fl awless outcomes and satisfi ed customers for all of your facial hair removal services. [ 44 ] • DAYSPA • october 2016

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