101 Waxing Logo Ideas
Last updated: June 10, 2022
Modern Logo Ideas and Brand Designs for Waxing Salons
A great way to start your logo design journey is by looking at your industry. While the following logos are not exactly waxing studio logos, check out a few general beauty logos from top brands. You can also use our logo idea maker (generating 101 logo ideas is free!). All of the logo ideas are made with letters—a modern way to do logo design.
Lots of Beautiful Logo Ideas for Inspiration
It’s key to collect a lot of inspiration that you can use for your brand and logo design. The nice thing about starting this way is that you don’t immediately judge what you see—put all of your materials on a mood board: beauty products for skincare, cosmetic terms, competitor brands, photos, images of your definition of luxury (or whichever tone you’re aiming for), nail design, faces, symbols, store examples—anything you find would make a beautiful brand.
For waxing logo ideas, a simple wordmark design with a meaningful story and design care that went into the creation of it is worth far more than a cute clipart image.
While staying creative with your mood board is a good thing, getting too creative with the actual design of your waxing logo ideas is not. Instead, start your design by doing brand strategy first. It’s simple: Write down a few words that you’d like your customers to think when they see and interact with your brand. Then, take those words and assign each one to one brand element such as the logo itself, the tagline, and the color palette. For example, the waxing studio’s name is Paulina’s, the tagline might be “Organic waxing, natural beauty.” The font style could be clean and thin to bring out the style of tone your studio is working with and the color palette could be nudes and brown tones to underline “natural beauty” if that’s one of the brand values.
Little Things That Give Logo Ideas Some Soul
To make a modern logo beautiful, remember that you don’t have to show the obvious. A simple wordmark design with a meaningful story and design care that went into the creation of it is worth far more than a cute clipart image.
Testing Logo Ideas in Branding
Good design always means testing it in the real world. Take a few screenshots of your waxing logo ideas and place them into some of the brand materials you’ll be using, such as a website, on a business card, or quickly photoshop them on a photo of a potential storefront or beauty packaging. As a general guideline, it helps to know that fonts that are too thin are harder to read, business names with wide letter spacing will always need a lot more space, and lowercase logos come across as friendlier and more approachable. Share your ideas with customers and see what values stand out to them when looking at your logo ideas.