Hair needs to be 1/4 inch long. If it is too short, the hair will be difficult to remove. More pain is associated with longer growth, however the wax will be cleaner and last longer. If you typically shave please allow a minimum of 3 weeks of hair growth between shaving and waxing. Taking an Ibuprofen 30 minutes before your wax will help with sensitivity and inflammation.
No. This is a complete myth. Waxing, in fact, is know to actually stop hair growth all together in some cases. Waxing often causes the hair to grow in finer and thinner each time. It is important to keep in mind though that waxing should be used as a temporary hair removal method as the slowing or stopping of hair growth takes many years of consistent waxing.
Yes of course. Just know the facts: a) you will be more sensitive, and b) you must wear a clean tampon. Pop an ibuprofen 20 minutes before. It may help.
Yes, but please clear this with your doctor. Just like waxing when you are menstruating, being pregnant will leave you more sensitive during and after your wax.
We recommend anywhere from 3-6 weeks or when the hair is between 1/4 and 1/2 inch long.
You should wait 3-5 days to get waxed after you have tanned. You should never get waxed if you are sunburned or even if skin is pink. The very top layer of skin could pull off or “lift” which is painful and can result in scabbing. You should wait for 3 days after you have waxed to tan. Waxed skin is more photosensitive and is more susceptible to burning.
12 Brazilian Wax Package-$360
*Payments can be made in 4 installments of $90*
6 Brazilian Wax Package-$210
*Payments can be made in 3 installments of $70*
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