Warm Waxing

Using a warm wax and strip method, waxing is in my opinion the best way to remove unwanted hair. Although waxing is not the most comfortable method, I ensure that all my clients are as relaxed as they can possibly be and always moisturise to help sooth red areas.

Benefits of Waxing


Lasts longer than shaving

Shaving cuts the hair off at the top where waxing pulls it out from the root, weakened hair means it grows back slower


Weakens hair over time

Sometimes hair over time doesn't grow back at all. Smoother skin for longer


No shaving rashes

No itchyness or rashes after waxing and I will also ensure that the skin is moisturised to prevent any redness.

Benefits of LVL Lashes

Frequently Asked Questions

Does waxing hurt?

Waxing is a quick way of removing hair, you may feel a slight twinge, a bit like pulling of a plaster. Over time this gets easier.

How long does waxing last?

Depending on your hair growth it can vary. Some people it can last 2 week, some people it can last 6 weeks?

How long does my hair need to be before I get it waxed?

Hair needs to be around ½ an inch to wax at first.The finer it is, the shorter you can leave it usually.

Can I go swimming straight after?

For 24 hours i advise to not shower, go swimming or apply anything to the waxed area.

Comes highly recommended. Laura is very professional and clearly passionate about the service she provided.

- Libby May

The service that Laura provides is amazing, makes you feel great, and just when you think it couldn't get any better, she has a wonderful personality.

- Tim Hackett

I would certainly recommend her and she offers a wide range of beauty treatments at very reasonable prices.

- S Boardman

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