Waxing and IPL Hair Removal FASH 9228


Our Waxing and IPL Hair Removal course teaches you waxing and intense pulsed light (IPL) hair removal techniques for both the face and the body through a combination of theory and hands-on practice. Examine hair histology, client screening and IPL principles, and acquire the skills used to determine a client's needs and recommend post-care treatments. Also learn how to perform eyebrow and eyelash tinting services. Gain an understanding of the importance of proper hygiene and sanitation in relation to both your work areas and your equipment. Classes occasionally feature industry guest speakers and representatives from skin care product lines who help you become more familiar with the esthetics industry. Practice what you learn by performing services – on classmates, models and clients – in the classroom and in the school spa. Public health standards, personal appearance, professionalism, etiquette and communication are integral parts of this course.


Course Delivery Method:

This course uses a blended format that combines classroom instruction, online learning, and the spa environment. It starts with a mandatory online Blackboard Learn orientation.

Course Essentials:

This course requires you to work on other students and to let other students work on you in order to gain the skills you need to work on models and clients. You will also be required to bring your own model on occasion and for practical exams. This esthetician course has a mandatory dress code and requires you to purchase our waxing kit from the Makeup and Esthetics Student Store. The fees for the uniform (if not already purchased) and the kit are in addition to the course fee.


You must have completed grade 12 English. (An approved equivalent is also acceptable.)

Hours and Fees





Course Sections

Delivery Method: Blended
Delivery Method: Blended
Delivery Method: Blended
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