Frequently Asked Questions

Wax

How long does my hair need to be?

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At least 1/4" long for the best waxing results.

Can I be waxed if it's that time of the month?

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The short answer is yes, but you need to bear in mind that you may be a little more sensitive during this time. You can however, take an ibuprofen which will help with the pain.

How should I prepare for a bikini wax?

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• You need to ensure the area to be waxed is clean and dry.
• There should be no oils or lotions on the area being waxed
• You need to have at least 1/4" of hair growth. If you have more it is not a problem, the area will be trimmed before it waxed.
• If possible, wear loose fitting clothing on the day of your appointment to prevent irritation after your wax.
• Relax. The more relaxed you are the quicker for your hair removal will be which will make for a more comfortable experience.

How long should I expect for my wax to last?

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You should be completely smooth for 2 weeks and then your hair will start to grow back. You should look at scheduling a follow up wax on average, between 4-6 weeks. Everyone's hair grows at a different rate so this timeframe could vary depending upon the individual.

How long does my hair need to be?

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At least 1/4" long for the best waxing results.

Facials

How long will the redness last?

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Depending on how sensitive your skin is you may want to stay out of the sun for a couple hours.

Should I get a facial before a planned event?

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You should plan to have your facial done a day or two before an event.

The DON'TS of waxing

If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you should not get waxed.

  • Being treated with Chemotherapy
  • Treated for Diabetes
  • Using Hydrocortisone cream
  • Using Glycolic or Alpha Hydroxy Acid products in the past 48 hours prior of the service
  • Currently using Retin A, Acutane, Renova, Differin or any other skin thinning substances
  • Use a tanning bed on a regular basis