1. What should I do before waxing?
A. Your hair needs to be at least one quarter inch long to be waxed. You may feel more comfortable if you take a good warm shower before. Check our before and after waxing tips here.
2. How painful is it?
A. Pain sensation varies from person to person, and from the area of our body. You actually feel the instant snap but it is gone right after. Most of our clients (see reviews) say that our waxing is virtually pain free. If you are very sensitive, you may take a pain killer one hour before waxing or get a numbing serum from us.
3. How often should I get waxed?
A. Your hair usually grows one quarter of an inch in 3 to 4 weeks. After that, a second and a third hair may start growing in each follicle, and the hairs will be thicker and coarser, which means your next waxing could be somewhat more painful. If you get the habit of waxing in 3 to 4 weeks you won't worry about pain anymore.
4. What times should I avoid being waxed?
A. You should avoid waxing close to your periods. However, you can wax during your pregnancy.