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WAXING

Waxing

Full Arm $33

Half Leg $32

Full Leg $60

Underarm $22

Bikini $25

Brazilian $45+ (hard wax)

Back or Chest $45

Brow/Lip/Chin $14   all 3 $38

Does waxing hurt as much as people say?

How does the hair grow back? 

Waxing FAQ's

The first time is the worst, so if you get it done every 3-6 weeks when the hair is waxable again, the pain lessens. All in all, some areas of the body are more sensitive than others, and most importantly pain is subjective

 

If you become a regular waxer you’ll notice that your hair will become sparser, making it easier to wax…and less painful!

What is the difference between hot and strip wax?

How often should I get a wax done?

 Hard wax is intended for sensitive skin and thicker hair and is best for intimate wax. Strip(soft) wax is for less sensitive skin and thinner hair and will most likely be used for areas such as the legs and arms.

 It depends on how fast your hair is growing but on average we would recommend getting waxed every 4 weeks. This is usually the right amount of time to have the hair at the right length, and will also allow the skin to be less sensitive to treatments. For our female clients: we recommend avoiding treatment around that time of the month: your skin will be more sensitive 5 days before and after.

How long should the hair be to get a wax done?

How often should I get a wax done?

​The ideal length for waxing is about 1/4 inch to 1/2 an inch (0.5 cm to 1.5 cm). 

 

 It depends on how fast your hair is growing but on average we would recommend getting waxed every 4 weeks. This is usually the right amount of time to have the hair at the right length, and will also allow the skin to be less sensitive to treatments. For our female clients: we recommend avoiding treatment around that time of the month: your skin will be more sensitive 5 days before and after.

How does the hair grow back? 

If you become a regular waxer you’ll notice that your hair will become sparser, making it easier to wax…and less painful!
 

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