Waxing FAQs

Q: How often should I get waxed?
A: We recommend a general timeframe of 2-5 weeks between waxing appointments. Frequency varies depending upon the area:

Bikini and Brazilian: 3-4 Weeks (5 Weeks Max)
Face and Underarms: 2-3 Weeks
Arms, Legs, and Others: 3-4 Weeks

You will obtain the best results if you stay on a consistent schedule.

Q: What kind of reaction could I expect after waxing? (Breakout, redness, etc.) How long will it last?
A: Reactions vary from person to person. Most customers experience mild redness after waxing due to inflammation that will go away within 12 hours on its own. Some clients with more sensitive skin may experience breakouts. If you have concerns with a reaction you’re experiencing post-waxing, reach out to your esthetician!

Q: What’s the difference between soft wax and hard wax?
A: Hard wax is more gentle on the skin and is more suitable for sensitive areas, like the face, armpit, and Brazilian regions. Soft wax is easier to work with since it does not harden as quickly making it the best wax choice for larger and less sensitive areas like the legs, arms, and back regions.

Q: Is there anything I should avoid if I plan on getting waxed regularly?
A: We recommend avoiding shaving, trimming, or using hair removal products on areas you plan on waxing. Additionally, there are certain medications that have contradictions with waxing. If you are taking medication, please notify your esthetician at the beginning of your appointment to mitigate any concerns and risks.

Q: How can I decrease ingrown hair growth?
A: We cannot recommend regular exfoliation enough. Exfoliation will remove any dead skin cells and decrease clogged pores and ingrown hairs. We recommend exfoliating before and after waxing on a regular basis for the best results. If you need a product recommendation, ask your esthetician!

Q: Will waxing stop my natural hair growth over time?
A: No. While waxing can decrease the amount of hair present, it will not change your natural hair thickness or rate of growth. Results will vary between individuals.