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General FAQ's

How to book your appointment?

Book any service online, by email, text message or by phone

What methods of payment are accepted?

Cash, debit  and email money transfers are accepted as well as credit card with the excpetion of Amex.

Are gift certificates available?

Gift certificates are available in all denominations or services. They do not have an expiry date.

Service FAQ's

What are lash lifts?

A lash lift and tint is a perm for your lashes that lifts or curls them for 6-10 weeks.  It enhances the appearance of your natural lashes. After the lift process we tint the lashes to darken them and enhance the lashes. 

The benefits of this treatment include:

  1. Lifting: The lift helps to give lashes a curled or lifted appearance, making them look longer and fuller.

  2. Tinting: The tint adds color to lashes, enhancing their natural appearance and making them look thicker.

  3. Convenience: With a lash lift and tint, there’s no need for daily curling or applying mascara, which can save time and effort in your morning routine.

  4. Longevity: The effects of a lash lift and tint can last up to 10 weeks, so you won’t have to worry about constantly reapplying mascara or using your lash curler.

  5. Done on natural lashes: Most people are good candidates for a lash lift as it is done on your natural lashes. 

  6. Low maintenance: Unlike extensions or false lashes, a lash lift and tint doesn't require any maintenance after the 24 hrs setting time. This makes it a convenient option for those with busy schedules.

Hair removal

How long should my hair be?

For best results your hair should be at least 1/4 inch for legs.

Will it hurt?

It all depends on your own pain tolerance. The first time is the worst, and after that pain is usually reduced to half or less for maintenance appointments.

How long should I wait between appointments?

For most services we recommend coming in every four to five weeks for best results. Timing may vary depending on your growth cycle and how long you've been waxing or sugaring.

What about Pre and Post hair removal Care?

Hair removal is safe for most skin types, sugaring is best for the most sensitive skins. Since the sugar paste never adheres to live skin cells, only the dead cells will be removed acting as a gentle exfoliation, which is why we ask that you not exfoliate your skin the day before your service. You should also avoid using any creams or lotions on the day of your appointment. Between hair removal appointments it’s important to keep the areas exfoliated and moisturized, although exfoliation should not be done until 24 hours after sugaring or waxing. 

Things to avoid for 24 hours after your appointment:


Scented creams/lotions

Deodorant if you had your underarm hair removed

Heat, such as saunas, steam rooms and hot tubs

Direct sunlight or tanning beds

Perspiration. Let this be your excuse to skip going to the gym!


How often should I get facials?

Facials are recommended every 4-6 weeks, to help aid in the cell turn over process which happens approximately every 30 days. As we age, this cell turn over process slows down, contributing to dull sallow looking skin, fine lines, wrinkles, blackheads, congestion, and coarsely textured skin. Monthly facials assist your body in doing more efficiently what it is"supposed" to do on its own. minimally every season as our skin changes during these times.

What can I expect during a facial treatment?

Facials consist of a cleanse with exfoliation, extractions with a skin analysis, facial and upper body massage, facial mask, and hydration. All facials are uniquely customized to target your specific skincare needs.

Will my skin be red or irritated after my facial?

Slight redness is normal after a facial, especially if you've received a large amount of extractions. Slight irritation may be experienced during these instances, however it should not continue after your facial treatment has been completed. Certain skin types, including those who tend to be more sensitive, may be prone to experiencing more redness post treatment. 

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