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Brazilian Waxing vs. Bikini Wax: What Manhattan / New York Women are Choosing this Summer at the Best Manhattan, NYC Spa ‘s

15 Jul

The classic debate about what method of bikini hair removal to employ- brazilian wax or regular bikini wax – heats up this summer as bikini styles get tinier, and bodies leaner. Why opt for a bikini wax or go all the way with brazilian waxing?  Most people living in Manhattan or anywhere else in New York, NYC work hard all winter and spring long to get their body ready for bikini season, so when it comes to stripping off the top layers of clothes, you wouldn’t want all that hard work to go to waste due to unsightly ingrown hairs, razor burns and scars, and stubble coming through.

It’s 2010 and with the endless amounts of electrolysis, laser hair removal, and waxes to remove unsightly pubic hair, why on earth would you

still employ your shaving cream and razor to do your dirty work. With all the stubble and razor burn that gets left behind it’s time to consider waxing your nether region.

When coming into Dyanna Body & Nail Salon, one of NYC’s favorite and most trusted salons, for a wax “down under” it comes down to two choices, the Brazilian Wax or a Bikini Wax.  The difference between the two is really just a matter of preference but I’d like to go over the basics for these two essential summer time procedures.

Bikini – For all those shy and meek women out there, I’d suggest you start out with a bikini wax so you still have some sense of modesty when you leave.  Now what to expect? First, if the hair is too long the specialist will trim it. Then wax is heated to allow it to be spread easily and evenly over the skin in the direction of hair growth, warm wax is applied to the waxing area with a wooden stick. The hair becomes embedded in the wax, which cools and firms up holding the hair. Next, cotton strips are placed over the wax. The wax is then quickly pulled off in the opposite direction of the hair growth, pulling the hairs out of the follicles along with dead skin cells. New hair growth in waxed areas is soft and fine. After repeated waxing, hair re-growth is less and less. After the procedure is done feel free to strut down the beach with no sarong to hide your embarrassing stubble.

Brazilian – If you’re a bolder soul and don’t mind sharing your bits and goodies with the trained professionals at Dyanna Body & Nail Salon than I strongly suggest you go for the gold with the Brazilian Wax. The Brazilian wax takes away everything and when I say everything, I mean everything. Every last hair you want removed will be yesterday’s news.  Brazilian waxes are known to make women feel more confident, more sexy, and more bold.  Knowing that you can control your “situation” gives you the confidence to control any situation, so go ahead and let your man drool as you walk around with nothing to hide in the buff!

Dyanna Spa’s painless, safe and quick waxing hair removal services for men & women have helped us become a “Best Spa for Overall Waxing Spa in NYC,” “Best Spa for Bikini Wax in NYC,” and “Best Spa for Brazilian Wax in NYC,” by Citysearch.  Our expert technicians practice the safest techniques that guarantee our clients a very strict no double dipping policy. Our special azulen aloe wax formula works effectively to remove hair gently, safely and quickly. Have sensitive skin? No worries! Try our gentle Cirepil Hard Wax to ensure the best results.

To find out more about waxing and to schedule an appointment or consult with one of our expert aestheticians about which treatments would be right for you, and to check out our affordable pricing please go to: http://www.dyannaspa.com/

Dyanna Body & Nail Salon

40 East 21st Street

New York, NY 10010

(212) 995-2355

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