This small studio removes hair using a technique called sugaring -- it's a ball of lemon juice, water and sugar. It is much less painful than wax, and you can come back when the hair is really short -- even a week's worth -- so no hair ever shows. It also seems more sanitary, because there is no dipping like wax. instead, the sugar ball is held in a gloved hand, and then thrown away with the glove. This place removes hair from anywhere, but specializes in Brazilians, and even does them on guys. The two estheticians are really nice and put you at ease. One is young (early 20's?) and bubbly; the other is a little older (late 20's?) and quieter. The shop is clean and modern and nice but not super fancy. The cost is about the same as waxing. You get a discount for return visits. It's definitely worth trying if you already wax. They have a nice web site where you can read all about it: studiosmooth.com
I really enjoyed the ambiance. The office is beautiful, spacious, and clean. The room is very private (dark and cozy), the music is soothing, and I loved the eucalyptus oil scent. Brianna is a kind, professional massage therapist who was happy to answer my questions, and by the end of the 55 minutes, I was more relaxed than I've been in a long, long time. I wished that it wasn't time to go! I was very happy to tip her for a job well done, and I've already scheduled another appointment (online - a very easy process that gives you a choice of multiple available times) for next Friday.
Alijas, we already talked about this situation on the phone and you decided cowardly stay out of my sight. You have no standing in this case, you already harassed my business once (police report number 8549-12, call them and check it out for yourself). There is still rule and thing that we call it as the law. I have the right to defense our reputation which our team worked hard to earn it. In the next three days if I don't receive your call, then I will proceed all the legal necessary to take you accountable for your action