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Preparing for a Wax

How to prepare for a Brazilian, Bikini Wax, or Brazilian?

  • Hair must be a quarter of an inch to an inch (although we would prefer at least 3 to 4 weeks of hair growth, as long as a grain of rice) to adhere correctly to the wax. Your hair growth might be a little uneven for your first wax, and that is OK, it will catch up eventually with your growth cycles. We cannot, and will not wax over hair/skin that was recently shaved. You will be asked to return whether n hair is long enough to wax.
  • Hair longer than an inch?  Trim it down to an inch, not too short! For hygienic reasons, we do not trim your pubic hair.
  • Please shower/clean up before your appointment. If in a pinch, wet wipes are provided. (Please Don’t Flush them down our toilets!)
  • Resist shaving between sessions. Shaving can shape the skin and create irritation. It throws your wax cycle off.  If desperate, just shave, the sides and down direction.
  • Gently exfoliate the area to be waxed up to the day before your wax appointment.  Having a warm bath or shower before your bikini wax can soften skin, allowing for easier hair removal.
  • Chill out! Arrive at your appointment as relaxed as you can. Anticipation is often worse than the actual event. Most of our clients tell us that it was easier than they expected. Don’t listen to friends who tell you they’re waxing horror stories. They don’t come to us. YouTube videos and movie scenes with screaming will get your nerves worked up.  This is your experience and we will make it a good one. 
  • Take a deep breath during your wax, it relaxes muscles. Don’t worry – it really doesn’t hurt that bad. And trust me, we want you to come back, so we don’t do anything to traumatize you!
  • We get that first-timers don’t know what to expect. It will not be the worst thing you have done. Most of the time, people leave the room, pleasantly relieved that their wax wasn’t nearly as bad as they expected. Every wax after the first one gets easier, especially when your hair starts growing finer, and we weaken that hair follicle! Yes, your hair will get thinner and sparser over time, sometimes not growing back at all.
  • Take ibuprofen or Tylenol. If you are concerned about the potential for pain, 45 minutes to -1 hour before your appointment.

What to expect in the room?

  • Your wax specialist will introduce themselves and ask you to undress from the waist down. The wax specialist will not leave the room.
  • All treatment tables and rooms have been disinfected and sanitized by Covid–19 Guidelines and all requirements of the state of Oklahoma State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology.
  • Skin is prepped with pre-cleanser and pre-wax oil. The pre-cleanser will help to remove any bacteria, dead skin, or oil from the area. The pre-wax oil will make sure the wax will not stick to your skin.
  • Post-wax care will be given as well as a treatment plan. Any questions or concerns you might have will be answered.

What should I do after my wax?

Post-Waxing Care

For the first 24 hours after your wax, we recommend avoiding:
  • Vigorous activity, friction, sweating, i.e., spinning, biking, riding, running, etc.
  • No Sex (for Brazilian/Bikini Full)
  • Hot tubs, steam, rooms, coordinated, pools, salt, water, or very hot baths/showers
  • Products containing perfume, essential oils, and alcohol, deodorants can irritate the skin
  • Tanning beds
  • Tight clothing, that holds sweat to the skin

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