Frequently Asked Questions

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Body Waxing

How long does my hair need to be for waxing?

  • Hair must be a minimum of 1/4 inch in order to properly remove with wax. If the hair is too long, our waxer will trim prior to waxing. 

I get ingrown hairs, how do I prevent that?

  • Most people experience a few ingrown hairs, however use of a gentle sugar or salt scrub should be added to your daily routine to exfoliate the waxed areas. This will help reduce the amount of ingrown hairs that occur. 

How often should I get waxed?

  • Everyone experiences hair growth differently, and some body areas react differently  than others as well.  We usually recommend waxing your first 3 times to be within 3 weeks of each other. This will get your hair growth pattern to regulate. Then after that, you can usually go 4-8 weeks between waxes.

Does Waxing hurt?

  • The short answer? .....yes  However, everyone has their own pain tolerance. If you are new to waxing and are nervous, go ahead and take a pain reliever about half an hour prior to your appointment (not a blood thinner) and this should help take the edge off. Our professional waxing specialists will walk you through your service to be sure you are as comfortable as possible. 

Lash Lifts

What is a lash lift?

  • It is essentially a perm for your lashes. Your lashes are fixed to a rod that is placed on your lid, solution and then neutralizer are applied and processed separately, and then the lashes are released from the rod. This creates a natural looking curve to your lashes.

What conditions would prevent me from receiving a lift service?

  • Chronic dry eye, any eye infection, and sensitive eyes are a few. please contact us if you have a specific condition you may be unsure of.

How long does a lash lift service take?

  • The average length of the lift service is about 60 minutes. This varies by client and how their lashes react to being placed onto the curling rod and how long the solutions need to sit on the lash.

When the lift wears off what will my lashes look like?

  • As your lift starts to wear off, and your natural lashes shed, you will see a gradual decrease in the amount of curve your lashes have. 


Lash Extensions ***Currently Unavailable***

How long does it take for a full set of extensions?

  • The application process can take anywhere from an hour to 3 hours. This depends on your natural lash fullness, and the amount of length and fullness you want to add.

Why do I need to get my lashes "filled"?

  • The extensions are fixed to your natural eyelash. Eyelashes shed like all the other hair on our bodies. As your lashes shed, you will start to notice "holes" between your extensions. These holes are what we fill in, with new extensions applied to the new natural lashes growing in. Have you ever gotten a set of acrylic nails? it is a similar concept.... nails grow, therefore you need to add product to "fill the gap"  

How do I make sure my extensions last as long as possible?

  • Again, everyone sheds differently, but here are a few tips:

  1. Avoid rubbing your eyes
  2. Brush your lashes daily (an eyelash spoolie will be provided to you at your service)
  3. Avoid sleeping on your face. I know its hard, but you can put extra stress on your lashes and cause premature shedding or even breakage. (This includes using a sleep mask) 
  4. DO NOT USE ANY OIL BASED PRODUCTS NEAR YOUR LASHES!!!!! The adhesive will wear away or dissolve with oil.
  5. Avoid mascara, but if you ABSOLUTELY "need" to, be sure it isn't waterproof. Otherwise you won't be able to remove it without in turn removing your extensions with it.


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