FAQ

What is Sugaring?

Sugaring is an all natural method of removing body hair. It's pure sugar, water & lemon juice creating a paste that is placed on the skin. Using a gloved hand, it is applied in the opposite direction of hair growth and removed in the natural direction of hair growth resulting in less in grown hairs & irritation.

How do I prepare for a Sugaring appointment?

For any sugaring appointment - Arrive without body lotion, deodorant or face makeup on areas that will be treated.

For a Brazilian- Allow your hair to grow for at least 2 weeks if previously shaven. Gently exfoliate with a sugar scrub or body glove to loosen any dead skin that might be clogging your hair follicle. Arrive showered or use personal wipes that are provided in the treatment room.

Is it safe for sensitive skin types?

Sugaring is ideal for clients with the most sensitive skin. It's luke warm temperature will NEVER take off live skin cells. Our paste never contains chemicals or resin.

How can you remove sugar paste?

To remove any residual sugar paste on your skin just use water or a warm towel.

What is a lash lift?

A lash lift is a temporary curl for your lashes that will last for 4-6 weeks or longer. A natural alternative to lash extensions. We place a silicone rod close to the lash line and adhere lashes to the rod using a water soluble glue. We place the lifting solution on the lashes for a few minutes then use the neutralizer after. Timing of the solution is dependent on lash thickness. Finer lashes = less time, Thicker lashes = more time.

Do's & Dont's after a Lash Lift

Do - Nourish your lashes with a lash serum (i.e Grande Lash), Brush them out daily with a mascara wand. Use oil free makeup remover.

Don't - Get lashes wet, expose to heat, or wear mascara within the first 24 hours. Refrain from using waterproof mascara or oil based makeup remover.

After the first 24 hours resume normal skincare and makeup routine.

What if I don't like the lift?

If you don't like the look of a lash lift, it is easily reversed.