Whether you’re new to waxing or something of a veteran, it helps to know what to expect from your waxing treatment in London. See our answers to the most frequently asked questions below.
Remember the saying ‘no pain, no gain’? It applies to waxing as well as weight lifting. But there are plenty of reasons to relax about a bikini wax. Sure, it does hurt a little, but less so than other methods, and it’s over pretty quickly. Here are four things to bear in mind before booking your bikini wax:
While waxing will reduce hair growth, it won’t eliminate it entirely. However, it can cause your hair to thin over time. Waxing removes whole hair follicles. When repeated over time, each follicle will become so damaged it will only be able to produce thin hairs, if any at all – an absolute godsend if you have thick body hair.
There are many different waxing treatments available in London – including Brazilian, Hollywood and bikini waxing. But if you’re looking for a treatment that guarantees hair removal more permanently, you may consider laser hair removal.
Brazilian waxing removes hair from the top and sides of the bikini line, all the way under and around the back. You can opt to leave behind a triangle or landing strip of fur. Brazilian waxing is one of the most popular bikini waxing methods for women. Originating in the 1990s, it has since evolved into different styles and shapes. Some people even go for a Hollywood wax, which removes all hair. Most of our deals has the choice of both treatments, such as H'Ettorre Beauty Clinic in Islington, so you can choose the one that’s right for you.
There are many types of waxing treatments in London. You can go full Hollywood in Hampstead, or Brazilian in Balham. These are the most popular types of wax that are used as part of the treatments:
I have been getting my brows waxed and tinted by Benefit Cosmetics at their many department store brow bars for over a decade, and I’d never consider going anywhere else. Their procedure for waxing brows is unique, and once you’ve walked away with your own Benefit brow arch, you’ll return again and again. They ‘map’ your brows (i.e. mark out where