Sugaring

Brow / Lip / Chin

$20 / $15 / $15

Full Face (Cheeks, Lip, Chin)

$45

Full Face & Brow

$50

Underarms

$25

Half Arms

$30

Full Arms

$45

Half Legs

$45

Full Legs

$85

Toes & Fingers

$5

Buttocks

$40

Back

$60

Neck / Shoulders / Chest

$20 / $25 / $50

Bikini Sugaring

The Bellingham - a Classic

This sugaring service sculpts us ladies and gents just a wee bit around the corners. Nothing is taken off the back or lips, but no happy trails remain.

$40

The Brazilian

This is it… All the hair down there in those private regions is gone. Some hair can be left in front if requested!

$75+

Brazilian Maintenance 1

Removal of all hair within the bikini area 3 weeks or less after original Brazilian.

$45

Brazilian Maintenance 2

Removal of all hair within the bikini area 3½ – 4½ weeks or less after original Brazilian.

$55

What's Sugaring?

Sugaring hair removal, an ancient middle-eastern practice uses an all natural paste or gel made from food-derived ingredients like sugar, water, and lemon juice to remove the hair follicle from the root. The results can last up to six weeks. While there are many recipes, only natural ingredients are used in real sugaring. It’s also been called sugar waxing, although not a correct term, because it’s done very similar to waxing.
Because sugaring is made from natural ingredients, it doesn’t stick to the skin as much and so therefore tends to cause less irritation. It lasts approximately five to six weeks.

The pure, 100 percent natural sugar “paste” – consisting of sugar, lemon juice, and water blended into a substance that looks and feels like honey – is more effective, more sanitary and less painful than any other hair removal process.

Sugaring removes hair while it is in the early growth stage – as young as 10 to 14 days – which minimizes unnecessary discomfort, irritation and ingrown hairs, all while exfoliating dry skin cells. The result is beautifully smooth skin.

There is hardly an inch of the body that can’t be sugared from the eyebrows to the ankles.

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