- August 4, 2011
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So, we’ve received all of the comments in the book, but we guarantee you that this will be the most fun waxing experience you’ve had. Join us on June 29 from 6-8 p.m. for our Brazilian Waxing Party. Come enjoy homemade Sangria to lessen the pain, munchies to calm your nerves, and music to drown out any profanities that might be screeched from inside the rooms… just kidding! Also, check out a killer local fashion show by Modern Grace Boutique, to show off the new and confident you.
Book your reservations today! The cost is $40.00, which includes your Brazilian Wax, food, and drink. Hope to see you there!
On the fence? Unsure of what all the hustle and bustle is about? Take a look at our most commonly asking waxing questions:
Q: What is a Brazilian Wax?
A: Everything… And we mean everything… above your thighs and below your hips are waxed, including both the front pelvic area, in-between your thighs, and what Trace Adkins would call your “Honky Tonk Ba-Donk-A-Donk.”
Q: What is the difference between a Brazilian Wax and a Bikini Wax?
A: A Bikini Wax removes hair that could be seen when wearing bikini bottoms. A Brazilian Wax does that as well, but also includes everything underneath those teeny-weeny polka-dot bikini bottoms.
Q: How long does my hair have to be to get a Brazilian or Bikini Wax?
A: Our waxing specialists recommend a quarter of an inch long. Think about the length of a fresh eraser on the end of a pencil. If your hair is too long, they will likely have to trim it for you, if your hair is too short, they may recommend moving your appointment out a few more days.
Some Waxing Do’s and Dont’s
- No exfoliation within the first 24 hours; that includes using a loofa
- Wash with luke warm or cool water to help reduce inflammation and irritation
- Use a mild cleanser and a cooling product, preferably with Aloe
- Avoid using lotions or creams with a fragrance
- Wear loose clothing
- No physical activity for 24 hours (i.e. running, yoga, etc.)