Frequently Asked Questions

Where are you located?

I’m located inside a Suite Salon, Cary, Suite 113.

How do I find your suite?

When you arrive at the salon, enter 113 and then the bell button and I will buzz you in. I am the last suite on the left. 

Can I bring my baby/kids?

 To your wax service- yes! I don’t mind if you need to bring your children!  Try to bring an activity or something to keep your little one busy while we complete your service.  To your lash service- unfortunately not.  Lash services are much longer and you will need to lay completely still during the appointment. 

Can I reschedule or cancel my appointment?

Yes! This can all be done online.  When you schedule with me, you will receive a confirmation email which has an option to reschedule or cancel at your convenience. 

What forms of payment do you accept?

I accept cash, credit or debit cards and Apple Pay. I use the Square secure payment processing. 

Can I call you if I’m running late?

You absolutely can, however, if I am with a guest I will not be able to answer the phone.  If you need to contact me regarding running late, please text 919-473-6888 and I will do my best to accommodate. 

How long does my hair need to be to get waxed?

For best results, I recommend not shaving for 2-3 weeks before your wax.  Your hair needs to be long enough for you to grab it with two fingers, otherwise it’s difficult for the wax to grab the hair.

How long should I wait in between waxes?

A general rule of thumb is between 3-5weeks but depends on your preference.  I recommend sticking with the same number of weeks each time to ensure your hair stays on the same cycle, giving you the best results. 

Will my wax be painful?

Everyone has a different level of pain management but the wax I use is very gentle on the skin, and application and experience makes a huge difference! You can expect quick fast pulls with pressure afterwards to help ease any discomfort.  Each wax should get easier for you as your hair gets finer and softer! Consistency is key. 

How should I care for my skin in between waxes?

Exfoliate several times a week to make sure when new hairs grow, they are about to grow out freely and without getting trapped underneath a layer of dead skin cells.  Waxing weakens the hair, which is great, but it means hairs can have a harder time pushing through any excess surface skin cells so exfoliating is a must! 

Do you use tweezers?

Yes! I do use tweezers, if needed, to ensure your wax is perfect.  Some people do not like the tweezers to be used, which is fine. 

What kind of wax do you use?

I use a blue, hard, stripless wax that is very gentle on the skin.  It has a low melting point which prevents any heat sensitivity.  It’s great for all parts of the body from head to toe.