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Love letters to our clients during a pandemic

Thoughts from Alex about the early pandemic and reopening Queen Bee Seattle We were allowed to re-open our salon in Washington in mid-June.  The first adventure was reading the new requirements (7 pages!), figuring out the new requirements, and then implementing them.  Finding the PPE was difficult.  We were mindful that the best stuff needed…

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Taking the Sting Out of Waxing

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…

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Shaving to Waxing

It started with a stubble now you’re hair!  Congratulations, you have thrown down the razor and have decided to get a wax.  If you’re new to bikini or full body waxing and have been shaving for a long time, or haven’t had any kind of hair removal, here’s the 411 on what you can expect…

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Man up to Hair Removal!

This one is for the boys: I recently stumbled upon a hilarious snippet about nostril hair vs. bad breath. The upshot: women are nearly evenly split about which is worse – meaning you should be sure to take care of both on a regular basis. And since I’m in the business of hair removal, I felt compelled…

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Shaving vs. Waxing: Which Is Better, And Can They Coexist Peacefully?

Waxing and shaving may seem completely opposite to each other, but they are not: in fact, they can actually complement one another, especially during hot summer months. Clients often ask my Waxer Bees what they should do during vacations and beach season to avoid stubble and unsightly regrowth poking out of their panties! Here are…

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Mid Life is Sexy and Other Updates from Queen Bee

This post is an archive of an email sent to our clients 10/3/16. Salutations and…kegels! Yes, I said it! The latest “must do” from my doctor who noticed on my recent physical that I checked the box “easily pees herself.” What is a kegel, you might ask? Let’s ask WebMD: For both men and women,…

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Bee, Myself & I

Now here’s a story. In 2007, I had to make a big decision. I already had 990 square feet of space that was the Queen Bee bungalow on Culver Blvd. I was paying the rent from savings I had tucked away for my own place while running my garage studio. Scoring the bungalow was a…

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