Alex's ScheduleMon: 9:30am - 3:00pm (Seattle)
Tue: 1:00pm - 7:00pm (Seattle)
Wed: 11:00am - 6:00pm (Seattle)
Thu: 9:30am - 3:30pm (Seattle)
Fri: 9:30am - 3:00pm (Seattle)
Please note: If you do not see a time that works for you above... please reach out to our Bee Keepers to see if we can figure a good time out for you!
Alex returns to LA every 4-6 weeks to see clients and help around the shop. Her next trip to Culver City will be December 17th & 18th.
Seattle Regional Manager and Waxing Bee
I grew up on a ranch outside of a tiny town in Southern Oregon (population 900). After torturing my brother and sister by subjecting them to constant makeovers (I loved skin and hair products even then), I went to Stanford University and majored in Economics and English, both of which have proven indispensable to my waxing career! I moved to Los Angeles in 1999 and worked as a manager of a distribution company for almost 6 years, at the end of which I had a quarter-life crisis and decided that I was destined for a career in skin care. I started going to USC to take pre-med classes to become a dermatologist and thought it would be fun to get my esthetician license in the process. During this time, I was being waxed by Jodi and secretly admiring her skills. After I got my license, Jodi took me under her wing and taught me how to wax. (I knew I’d be a complete idiot to say “no” when she very kindly offered to train me, even though I was secretly scared of it and her.) I discovered that I loved waxing, and medical school lost its appeal. Now I spend most of my time waxing, with the occasional facial, and I love my job – it appeals to my Gemini need to be stimulated both physically and mentally. Aside from the waxing, Jodi has also taught me to consume mass quantities of liquid on a daily basis. Now I can’t go a day without morning coffee, afternoon tea and Bollinger Champagne after dark—or before! I moved up to Seattle in late January, 2015 and am super excited to be running Queen Bee Seattle! I still love to return to LA for long weekends every several weeks and am bookable in Culver City on those dates. »»Read a Blog Entry about Alex’s move to Seattle in late 2014.