Waxing & Sugaring
Advanced Brazilian (Includes exfoliating mitt & smuth ingrown serum)
Full legs (incl. brz)
Full legs (incl. bikini)
Thighs (incl. bikini)
Brazilian/bikini pre visit information
Length of Hair
To prepare for a brazilian/bikini wax, it is important that the hair is long enough to be ripped fully out from the root, the right length about ¼ inches (length of the eyebrows hair). If you are used to shaving your bikini/brazilian, stop this practice for 3-4 weeks before getting waxed for the best results. It is recommended to gently exfoliate the pubic area before the wax, and then doing so regularly 24-48hrs after the wax to cut down on ingrown hairs.
A brazilian/bikini wax is an intense experience. The first time is definitely the hardest, because the hair has never been pulled out before. Most women are pleasantly surprised to see that it’s not that bad and they only wish they started sooner. If you tend to have sensitive skin or stronger coarser hair, you can take a pain reliever 30-45 minutes prior to your service. Know that the pain is very temporary, and by the time you leave the salon, you should not feel any discomfort at all. The more you do the easier it gets.
Allow your Skin to Breathe
After a brazilian/bikini wax, give your skin a chance to breathe and be comfortable. Your favorite pair of tight fitting jeans may not be the best choice to wear right after your first wax. Wear loose fitting clothes and no synthetics, especially if you have easily irritated skin.
FAQ Brazilian waxing
Q. What is Brazilian Waxing?
A. This treatment involves the complete removal of the pubic hair (including backside). You have the option to leave a landing strip in the front or remove as much as you would like.
Q. What is the procedure?
A. Powder is applied followed by a special hard wax designed for the most sensitive skin areas. Small patches of the hair are removed with utmost care! To complete the procedure, a soothing lotion is applied and home care advice is given.
Q. I have sensitive skin, will waxing give me a rash or some kind of irritation?
A. Sometimes red bumps will occur after a treatment. If this occurs, it usually goes away in about 24 hours. After your skin becomes use to the waxing process, this reaction becomes almost nonexistent.