Pricing + Service Description
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FULL BROW SERVICE 35
Brow tinting + very detailed shaping + contouring of the eyebrows
BROW SHAPING 20
Very detailed shaping + contouring of the eyebrows
Excludes neck and cheeks
FULL FACE 30
Including lip, cheeks/ sideburns + chin **BROWS EXCLUDED
SIDE BURNS 20
MALE BRAZILIAN 65
Including front to back of men’s intimate regions **Not including outer buttocks
Right to left shoulder, extended over the top of back near the neck area
BIKINI 30 (CHOOSE WAX or SUGAR)
Intimate area outside the line of the panty brief
Outer area **inner area constitutes a brazilian wax
DEEP BIKINI 40 (CHOOSE WAX or SUGAR)
2″ inside bikini area down thru inner thigh area + Includes stomach patch
WOMEN'S BRAZILIAN 60 (CHOOSE WAX or SUGAR)
Full women’s intimate areas **not including outer buttocks + Includes stomach patch
FULL ARMS 50
FULL LEGS 50
HALF ARMS 35
HALF LEGS – LOWER 30 | UPPER THIGH 40
Under breast down to hip area
WOMEN’S CHEST 25
Including breasts and décolleté/ collar bone area
Our Most Popular Combinations | Not Eligible for Additional Discounts
BIKINI + FULL LEG 68
BROW + LIP WAX 24
BROW + CHIN WAX 24
CHIN + LIP WAX 24
BROW, CHIN + LIP WAX 30
CHEST + BACK 86
DEEP BIKINI + FULL LEG 77
WOMEN'S BRAZILIAN + FULL LEG 95
MALE BRAZILIAN + BUTTOCKS 72
SHOULDERS + BACK 59
SHOULDERS + CHEST 65
SHOULDERS + CHEST + BACK 99
UNDERARMS + BIKINI 45
UNDERARMS + BIKINI + FULL LEG 86
UNDERARMS + DEEP BIKINI 54
UNDERARMS + DEEP BIKINI + FULL LEGS 95
UNDERARMS + WOMEN'S BRAZILIAN 72
UNDERARMS + WOMEN'S BRAZILIAN + FULL LEGS 113
Body Waxing | Sugaring FAQ
Usually your wax will last between 3–6 weeks but everyone’s rate of regrowth is different so results will vary for everyone. Hair will begin to grow back softer and thinner following your first visit. TIP: Don’t wait till it fully grows back. If the hair is long enough to pull then its time for your next visit.
Yes, you can still wax but you may experience more skin sensitivity due to the hormonal changes your body is going through. We will try to make you as comfortable as possible during the service. We recommend checking with your OB/GYN during the last two months of pregnancy.
Wait at least 24–48 hours between waxing and tanning because your skin may be more sensitive and you’re more likely to experience sunburn.
We always say that if you can grab the hair then so can the wax.
Sure, just be aware that the area is more sensitive and you may experience more discomfort than usual. We ask that you apply new tampon prior to your appointment.
It is important that we know any medications that you are taking and/or any skin products that you are using. This can ensure a safe and successful waxing experience. If you are taking or have taken any of these medications within the past three months, we need to talk. Please contact before scheduling an appointment: Accutane (Acne medication) Adapalene (Acne medication) Alustra (Retin A) Antibiotics Avage (Tazorac – Acne medication) Avita (type of Retin A) Clindamycin Differin (Acne medication) Doxycycline Erythromycin Isotretinoin (like Accutane) Madifloxicine Metronidazole Minocycline Renova (Retin A) Tazarac (Acne medication) Tazarotene (like Tazorac) Tetracycline Tretinoin (like Retin A) These medications may cause the skin to thin or to be extra sensitive to waxing.
Thin, sensitive skin can lift with the wax. If you have taken Accutane within the last year it is not advised to wax for one year after you have stopped taking this medication. If you are currently using any of the following products, they can cause the skin to be overly sensitive.
Please inform me prior to your appointment. Other Acne medications not listed above Alpha Hydroxy Acids (Glycolic, Lactic) Topical Antibiotics Retinol Salicylic Acid Exfoliants/Laser Peels/Microdermabrasion Remember, it’s important that you inform or update you consent form on what medications you may be taking so we can provide you with a safe waxing experience. If you are taking a medication or using a product that has changed your skin in any way, and you are unsure about the safety of waxing, please talk to your doctor first.
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