Where you enter would be entirely up to your personal preference. These are just my personal opinion.
- Waiting for next candle close I say would widen your stoploss too much.
The wider your stop = the smaller position you can open = less profit.
A good way for starter, IMO, is to enter when price break out of the signal candle in the right direction. Common way to do this is to set pending orders. You'll get much smaller stop size.
Smaller stop = larger position for the same risk = more profit
Now not recommended for beginner is to take that concept even further... here's me waiting for price to re-test the high of the pin to enter with an even smaller stop.
tiny stop = can open even larger position = 1 win can cover quite a number of loses.
This is my primary method of entry these days. I won't always be right and will take loses here and there. But when 1 win can cover 8-9 loses, it doesn't really matter.