Queen Bee Blog
We like to say that “Queen Bee Takes The Sting Out of Waxing!” We genuinely care about our clients and have an innate ability to serve and please. Waxing can get a bad rap and we want to change that perception of our industry. This is what we do at Queen Bee to make your service more comfortable. We don’t ever want to hear a client leave Queen Bee saying “I will never do that again!” It is our goal to have you enjoy your experience and return.
What makes Queen Bee Waxologists Different?
Training, training, training! Waxologists, like all staff at Queen Bee Salon & Spa, are given hands on training by the best in the business. It can take weeks, sometimes months for a staff member to be ready to perform waxing services on you, the public. Our clients are very involved in the training process as we offer free waxes under the supervision of a Queen Bee instructor. Many of our clients give us great feedback and some even book with our “NewBees” because they liked their technique. Queen Bee Waxologists are trained to know anatomy. We can instruct you how to hold your skin and breathe whilst we get busy.
No sticky wickets, it’s all about the wax
We do not use conventional depilatory waxes at Queen Bee. We have formulated our own custom wax (made in Italy). It is not resin wax so doesn’t stick to your skin. Resin waxes aka “Honey Wax” are still used at some establishments. These waxes can be too hot and don’t contain a buffer to keep the wax off of the skin. Our wax is designed for every part of the body and is gentle, yet effective. We believe that the less ingredients in a wax the better for the skin, so we don’t believe in perfumes, essential oils or glitter in our wax. Less is in fact more!
Bedtime Stories and Four WallsWe won’t wax and tell! Not only do we understand the art of waxing, but at Queen Bee we understand the art of distraction. Being able to get to know you on a personal level during a wax is very important to us. We love to hear your stories, you get to tell us things you don’t share with your closest of friends. By the time you are done telling us all of the scoop, voila, we are done! We’re not called “beauty therapists” for nothing 🙂
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