8501 Brimhall Road #300
Bakersfield CA, 93312
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Waxing usually starts in the front and moves toward the back. You may be asked to help hold skin taut. Let our waxer Kris know if you want a landing strip or everything off.Request Appointment
Here’s how the process using soft, melted wax works:
Waxing in general can be very painful, especially your first time. Be sure your waxer knows to be gentle with you if you are susceptible to pain or if this is your first time.
Here are a few tips to cut down on the pain:
If, after the wax, you later develop bumps, redness or ingrown hairs, gently exfoliate the area with a body scrub and then smooth on a lotion or cleanser with alpha hydroxy acid (the word “acid” makes it sound like it will sting, but it doesn’t).
The downside of a Brazilian wax is that while it lasts 3-6 weeks, the hair will grow back — albeit finer and lighter — and you’ll have to do it again. But on the plus side the first time hurts the worse and then the pain dramatically lessens the more waxings you get (as long as you wax regularly.
Getting waxed religiously every three to four weeks — throughout the entire year, not just during the bare-all summer months — is the secret to both less pain and better results! Why every 3-4 weeks? That’s typically the exact time it takes for your hair to hit that magical 1/4th inch length. If you have coarser hair, or hair that doesn’t grow fast, you may be able to hold off up to 6 weeks.